M. Douglas Wray

M. Douglas Wray

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Longmont, CO / I have three classifications for people: Dear Friends, Dire Enemies and People I Don't Know. Life IS that simple in my opinion. My pins are free to all. Enjoy!
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stargate coverstone - Buscar con Google

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Telomeres, chromosome tails.

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SEM: T4 bacteriophage

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Trachea lining. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a section through the wall of a trachea (wind pipe).

Respuratory System Histology : Main Pathways Treachea left- right Bronches; Colored SEM of a section through the trachea: The lining consists of mucus-secreting goblet cells (center, pink) and epithelial cells (vertical) that are covered in cilia.

Neuron cell body (purple) with numerous synapses (blue). Communication from one neuron flows to another neuron across a synapse, the small gap separating neurons. SEM X80,000.

Neuron cell body with numerous synapses Neuron cell body (purple) with numerous synapses (blue). Communication from one neuron flows to another neuron across a synapse, the small gap separating neurons.

Retina. SEM of a section through a human retina, the light-sensitive tissue that lines the inside of the eye. Light entering the eye passes through several layers of cells before reaching the light receptors. From top to bottom are seen: cell bodies of optical ganglion cells (pale red), which form the optic nerve; cell bodies of bipolar neurons and cell bodies of the receptor cells (red); and the rod (white) and cone (yellow) receptors. Rod cells different

section through human retina - (top to bottom) optical ganglion cells (pale red), which form the optic nerve; bipolar neurons and receptor cells (red); and the rod (white) and cone (yellow) receptors.