Microscopic Photography

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Photos from Inside our Bodies & Food we might "Add" to our Bodies". Interesting to Compare the two.

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Banana cross-section

Banana trunk cross-section

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Golgi apparatus in a cell.

Golgi complex in olfactory bulb cell - Stock Image - G460/0074

Golgi apparatus. Coloured high resolution scanning electron micrograph of the Golgi apparatus of an olfactory bulb cell.

Middle ear bone.

Middle ear bone, SEM - Stock Image - C011/9492

Middle ear bone. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the human middle ear, showing the stapes (ring-shaped).

Grains of sand under a microscope

Alcohol under the microscope

Alcohol under the microscope

algae

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Colored SEM of an oligodendrocyte. This cell forms the myelin sheaths around nerve fibers in the CNS (brain and spinal cord).

Nerve support cell, SEM - Stock Image - P360/0367

Nerve support cell. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of an oligodendrocyte cell.

A Human retina is seen with the cones in the middle of the image, surrounded by capillaries and nerve cells, seen in black.   #micro #photography

Body Gallery - Retina

Microscopic cross section of a Juncus sp. leaf

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Lymphocyte. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a lymphocyte white blood cell. Lymphocytes are involved in the immune system's defence mechanisms, lymph system, and involved in antibody production.

Lymphocyte, SEM - Stock Image - C012/4950

Lymphocyte. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a lymphocyte white blood cell.

A coloured scanning electron micrograph of a salt grain

Food under the microscope: scanning electron micrographs of foodstuffs

Food under the microscope: scanning electron micrographs of foodstuffs.

jewsee-medicalstudent:  Bone marrow, (SEM). Bone marrow is the site of blood cell production. Differentiating white blood cells (green), par... #bio #biology #science #micro #macro

A Scientific Spectrum

jewsee-medicalstudent: “Bone marrow, (SEM). Bone marrow is the site of blood cell production. Differentiating white blood cells (green), part of the body’s immune system, and red blood cells, which...

A cross section through a synapse.   The synaptic button is green, the insulating glial cell is purple, and the receiving muscle fiber is red.  The synaptic cleft is the thin space between the synaptic button and and the muscle fiber.  Dark blue circles in the synaptic button are mitochondria, and the small green circles are vesicles filled with yellow neurotransmitters.

Infinity Imagined

A cross section through a synapse. The synaptic button is green, the insulating glial cell is purple, and the receiving muscle fiber is red. The synaptic cleft is the thin space between the synaptic...

the 'race' betweeen human sperm to the eggs might just look like a bunch of wriggling tadpoles -  but it makes a big difference which sperm wins.    Even sperm cells from the same man have big genetic differences, a study has shown.

It DOES make a difference which wins the race: Scientists scan 100 sperm from one man - and find huge DNA differences

The 'race' between human sperm to the eggs might just look like a bunch of wriggling tadpoles - but it makes a big difference which sperm wins, say Stanford researchers.

Pollen Grains of rosemary flower taken in a scanning electron microscope

Pollen Grains

Pollen grains of rosemary flower. The image was taken in a scanning electron microscope at low pressure (ESEM mode), so that it was not necessary to perform a drying and coating of the sample prior to viewing. Only pick the flower and place it inside the microscope. Courtesy of Maria Carbajo Image Details Instrument used: Quanta DualBeam Family Magnification: 2400x Horizontal Field Width: 124 μm Vacuum: 120 Pa Voltage: 2.5 kV Spot: 6.5 Working Distance: 4.8 mm Detector: GSED

Rob Kesseler his most recent work reflects current desires to exploit the benefits for collaboration between artists and scientists. Over the past decade he has worked extensively with botanical scientists at Kew exploring the creative potential of microscopic plant material.

Rob Kesseler