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Wing of dragonfly

Wing of dragonfly

Plant Cell Microscopy  http://www.flickr.com/photos/anhedonias/

Plant Cell Microscopy http://www.flickr.com/photos/anhedonias/

This hand-coloured scanning electron micrograph was the favourite of the jury in the section "Best Scientific Image". The image shows the surface of a mosquito egg (from Culex pipiens), which generates a water repellent network by connecting microscopically small structures to trap a thin layer of air. The vitally important structures avoid immersion and enable the egg to float and aggregate with neighbouring eggs.

This hand-coloured scanning electron micrograph was the favourite of the jury in the section "Best Scientific Image". The image shows the surface of a mosquito egg (from Culex pipiens), which generates a water repellent network by connecting microscopically small structures to trap a thin layer of air. The vitally important structures avoid immersion and enable the egg to float and aggregate with neighbouring eggs.

Cell cross-section under a microscope

Cell cross-section under a microscope

The wings of a moth magnified 25x.

The wings of a moth magnified 25x.

Dennis D. Kunkel, University of Washington - Department of Botany - Seattle, Washington, USA  Specimen: Live water mount showing asexual reproduction of green alga, (sp. Volvox) (25x)  Technique: Darkfield

Dennis D. Kunkel, University of Washington - Department of Botany - Seattle, Washington, USA Specimen: Live water mount showing asexual reproduction of green alga, (sp. Volvox) (25x) Technique: Darkfield

Fired Earth  [previous pinner's caption]

Fired Earth [previous pinner's caption]

diatom

diatom

Scales from the wing of a  Peacock Butterfly [Inachis Io]. x420 magnification - From Microcosmos;  by Brandon Broll

Scales from the wing of a Peacock Butterfly [Inachis Io]. x420 magnification - From Microcosmos; by Brandon Broll

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