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bat tongue This scanning electron microscope image shows the tip of the tongue of the nectar-feeding bat Glossophaga soricina, after the tongue is injected with saline. Image: Cally Harper, Brown University
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A scanning electron micrograph of the tip of a nectar-feeding bat tongue. Glossophaga soricina uses these hairlike erectile appendages to mop up nectar.
Hairy bat tongue
Shape-Shifting Bat Tongue Mops Up Nectar
Picture of Radiolarian, Microscopic Nature,structures, protozoa, protozoan closeup plant life , Radiolaria microscope, Mikroskop
Zuidchines Zee, Microscope Protozoa, Plants Life, Südchinesisch Meer, Beautiful Pattern, 1 122 1 446 Pixel, Ssm 01 Jpg 1 122 1 446, Peter Höbel, Radiolaria Microscope
Radiolaria #microscope #upclose #beautiful #patterns #intricate #micro
Radiolarie, Südchinesisches Meer, by Peter Höbel
Radiolarian, Microscopic protozoa, Mikroskop
Cross section of the uterus. Part of the female reproductive system, the uterus is a tubular structure containing a central cavity surrounded by layers of epithelium, connective tissue, and smooth muscle. SEM X50 **Credit: Dr. Richard Kessel & Dr. Randy Kardon/Tissues & Organs/Visuals Unlimited, Inc.**
902423.jpg | Visuals Unlimited
Bacteria (Bacillus subtilis) in confocal fluorescence microscopy
Nature Pattern Art, Micro Life, Geeky Heart, Nature Science, Fluorescent Bacteria, Fernan Federici, Confocal Microscopy, Microscope Art, Bacteria Art
fluorescent bacteria. Art or science....hmmm....going with art
Confocal microscopy of fluorescent bacteria (Bacillus subtilis) by Fernan Federici, via Flickr
Single Hair on the Body of an Anopheles Mosquito Larva
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An unidentified plant seed under UV light. The object is stained with various fluorescent dyes each targetting a different structure. Single nuclei are visible in the seedling
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The mind-blowing microphotography of Daniel Stupin, a PhD marine biology student in the University of Queensland/
Freshwater Fluorescent Worlds - Daniel Stoupin
Crystal Flowers | FEI Company Sulfur-rich crystal formations...
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Depth layers for exhibit…and what if the floor was like that?! Crystal Flowers | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
This image shows a three-dimensional reconstruction of a rotavirus at a magnification of about 50,000.
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"Three-dimensional map of a rotavirus," National Resource for Automated Molecular Microscopy, The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, Calif.
False-coloured scanning electron micrograph of a mycoplasma infection on surface of tissue cultured cells.
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scienceisbeauty: A false-color electron microscope image...
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Water filter from the sapwood in pine tree branches
A Simple Tree Branch Can Become a Backyard Water Filter - DIY Clean Drinking Water - Popular Mechanics
scienceisbeauty: A false-color electron microscope image showing E. coli bacteria (green) trapped over xylem pit membranes (red and blue) in the sapwood after filtration. Via MIT News: Need a water filter? Peel a tree branch
scienceisbeauty: A false-color electron...
cross section through a blade of grass, by Igor Siwanowicz
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Cross-section through a blade of grass || Grasses are photosynthesizing-able plants made of basic elements: carbon, oxygen, nitrogen, and phosphorus. They are made up of many cellular organisms that work as one to make the grass grow, live and survive like it does
crossection through a blade of...: Photo by Photographer Igor Siwanowicz - photo.net (the monkey faces in this one, too, are phenomenal! Great slide!)
Microscopic Wood Anatomy's vine-cross section...or pulp fiction fantasy?
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Microscopic Wood Anatomy's vine-cross section...or pulp fiction fantasy? ...like a knitting pattern
Photograph of a blood cell attacking a pathogen. Taken with an electron microscope.