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A false-coloured scanning electron micrograph showing connective tissue removed from a human knee during arthroscopic surgery. Individual fibers of collagen can be distinguished and have been highlighted by the creator using a variety of colors. The horizontal field width of the image is 16 microns.

Connective tissue Anne Weston, London Research Institute, Cancer Research UK This false-coloured scanning electron micrograph shows connective tissue removed from a human knee during arthroscopic.

image #00cynp15 Tendon fibres. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of tendon fibres. Some of the fibres have been teased apart. These fibres are made from collagen. The parallel alignment of the fibres make tendons inelastic but flexible. Tendons attach muscle to bone. #photo #image #tendon #fibre #meb #microscopeelectronique

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Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of tendon fibres. Some of the fibres have been teased apart. These fibres are made from collagen. The parallel alignment of the fibres make tendons inelastic but flexible.

Neutrophils. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of neutrophils, a type of white blood cell (leucocyte). These cells are phagocytic, in that they engulf and digest materials from their surroundings. These cells contain enzymes that are used to digest invading bacteria. They are highly mobile, migrating to areas of tissue damage within the body. Magnification: x2500 at 6x7cm size.

Neutrophils. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of neutrophils, a type of white blood cell (leucocyte). These cells are phagocytic, in that they engulf and digest materials from their surroundings. These cells contain enzymes that are used to digest invading bacteria. They are highly mobile, migrating to areas of tissue damage within the body. Magnification: x2500 at 6x7cm size.

SEM of cancellous bone of the human | http://exploringuniversecollections.blogspot.com

Scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of cancellous (spongy) bone of the human shin.

Fat tissue, SEM

Fat cells under an electron microscope looks like egg yolks in a bag.

Fluorescence micrograph shows the vascular system of a developing chicken embryo, two days after fertilisation

This fluorescence micrograph shows the vascular system of a developing chicken embryo, two days after fertilization. Injecting fluorescent dextran revealed the entire vasculature used by the embryo to feed itself from the rich yolk inside the egg.

Collagen

This is the most abundant protein in the human body accounting for of the body's mass. It is crucial to bone structure, skin, connective tissues, wound healing and

Radiolaria Polycystinea. Fossilized, ancient single cell organism, from the Barbados Islands, at 1500x magnification. Imaged in low vacuum mode after having received a thin gold coating

Radiolaria Polycystinea Fossilized, ancient single cell organism, from the Barbados Islands. Imaged in low vacuum mode after having received a thin gold coating. Courtesy of Linnea Rundgren Image Details Instrument used: Nova DualBeam Family Mag

Single crystal of metal at the tip of a platinum needle magnified 750,000 times. Year of image - 1958!!!

Single crystal of metal at the tip of a platinum needle magnified times National Geographic - September 1958

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