Cross-section of plant roots. Beautiful nature. Microscopic Photography. Science as art.

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A garnet peridotite from Alpe Arami, Switzerland.

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Epiphytic orchids often grow on the branches of trees in tropical forests. their unique structure allows them to absorb and store water. photo by Phil Gates

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Polypodium vulgare, Fern Frond at 10x Magnification, Eckhard Völcker

The Incredible Beauty of Plants Magnified | LabGrab

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Caffeine crystals, Annie Cavanagh and David McCarthy

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Water & Oil

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Spirogyra algae (25X)

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SDO's Ultra-high Definition View of 2012 Venus Transit -- Path Sequence by NASA Goddard Photo and Video, via Flickr

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Hyacinth plants. Coloured X-ray of a row of hyacinth plants at various stages of development and flowering.

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Human heart, X-ray

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slime mold

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Chondrophores

Blue Button "Jellyfish"-Squared

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chameleon tail

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D. Prolifera by ramamayoor - see others on flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/57225267@N06/

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Microscopic photo of eye area of jewel beetle.by Marc Van Hove, Belgium

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Microscopic Images of Alcohol

Microscopic Images of Alcoholic Drinks - InsaneTwist

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Part of the Orion at the USA Science and Engineering Festival!

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An entire Drosophila ovary. Image by Denise Montell, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.

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Blue green algae

Blue Green Algae Benefits

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A photomicrograph of a hummingbird feather shaft, barbs, and barbules is shown, magnified 25x.

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Extreme close-up! Beautiful photomicrographs

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A crystal of the hormone progesterone is shown, magnified 40x.

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Spirogyra

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Dinobryon, a colony of Golden algae (Chrysophyta). The single celled alage live in tubes.

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Japanese Firefly squid

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In the dark deep, the burglar alarm jellyfish lights up blue (far left) to call in predators of its attackers; researchers copied this pattern with LEDs (near left) to lure organisms to an underwater camera.

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