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Minuscolo animale acquatico della famiglia dei rotiferi; non sono mai stati osservati esemplari maschi (fonte: Steve Gschmeisser, CDR Lab) - Multimedia
Minuscolo animale acquatico della famiglia dei rotiferi; si riproduce per partenogenesi e non sono mai stati osservati esemplari maschi (fonte: Steve Gschmeisser, CDR Lab)
some blue berries are growing out of the ground
blau.......
Cribraria argillacea ein schleimpilz mit besonderer farbe..... größe ca 1,5-2 mm
an image of a flower made out of balls
Your Pillow: A Hot Bed of Fungal Spores |
Researchers at the University of Manchester have discovered millions of Aspergillus spores in our pillows, as well as a possible symbiotic relationship that is
some purple plants are in the sand and there is no image here to provide a caption for
dazzlingnatures.com
MICROSCOPIC HAIRS IN INNER EAR: Inner ear help divers (like the one in today's pic) know their up down orientation in water. Sounds under water are magnified. When we hear sounds (whether under water or above) microscopic hairs in our inner ears vibrate.
a blue flower with yellow tips on it
Funghetti pericolosi
A spore fungus of the genus Aspergillus magnified 400 times
an image of the structure of a cell phone with green and blue flowers on it
18 notevoli immagini di scienza - Il Post
18 notevoli immagini di scienza - Il Post
looking up at the tops of trees from below in a circular black and white photo
Blogger
La Macchina Del Cervello: Neuroni al microscopio
an image of the inside of a tree with its trunk and branches exposed to reveal new growth
Oops!
Synapse in Brain Deep inside the brain, a neuron prepares to transmit a signal to its target. To capture that expectant, fleeting moment with painstaking detail, science illustrator Graham Johnson based his elegant, highly accurate drawing on ultra-thin micrographs of sequential brain slices. The brain contains billions of neurons, whose network of chemical messages form the basis of all thought, movement and behavior. Johnson's illustration tells the story of one such millisecond signal.
a human skull is shown with an animal's head in the foreground and a hand holding a bone
Visuals Unlimited
Detail of the incus and stapes human middle ear bones. The incus transmits sound vibrations from the malleus to the stapes, which then transmits them to the inner ear.
an image of some green algae under water
Tobacco (Nicotiana alata) leaf, SEM - Stock Image - C012/5148
Tobacco (Nicotiana alata) leaf, SEM
an image of some kind of green creature
Lotus leaf surface, SEM - Stock Image - C006/6460
Scanning Electron Micro-graph of a Lotus [Nelumbo nucifera] leaf surface
an image of the structure of a cell phone with green and blue flowers on it
This World
Scanning electron micrograph of part of a thale cress flower, showing the male and female reproductive organs. The female part of the flower, the pistil (the blue feathery structure on an olive green stalk), is at the centre of the image and contains egg cells (ovules) housed in an ovary. It is surrounded by the male parts, the stamens, which have their anthers coloured light green and their filaments brown. Photography by Stefan Eberhard
an arrangement of green and yellow flowers with purple stems
bobridge.uk
A Scanning Electron Microscope [SEM]image of Spider's silk glands making a thread; originally from Dennis Kunkel Microscopy.
a close up view of an object on a white background
R-Ba-Calocyclas-G,Picture of Radiolarian