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SEM of sperm on egg during fertilization

D0386: SEM of sperm on egg during fertilization

In case you ever wondered what fertilization looks like up close: Colored Scanning Electron Micrograph (SEM) of sperm clustered on the surface of a human egg during fertilization

microscopic Tardigrades or “water bears” have seasonal skins.

So microscopic Tardigrades or “water bears” have seasonal faces. I knew I was waiting for something special to learn before writing a tardigrade article for bogleech.

Swine Flu Virus

Swine flue is caused by various swine viruses and also known as novel influenza A Every year many people suffer with swine flu.

Photograph:Magnification of a diatom reveals its beautiful symmetry.

Diatoms have cell walls called frustules that contain opaline silica and fine pores. The tiny pores in the frustules make them a useful filtering material for a wide range of industrial products, including beer and jet fuel.

2 waterbears

crawlies Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of two water bears (or tardigrades, microscopic, water-dwelling creatures) Two water bears (or tardigrades, microscopic, water-dwelling creatures

FEI Image Gallery  Diatom Frustule - Costopyxsis sp.

Diatom frustule Courtesy of Ekaterina Nikitina Image Details Instrument used: Quanta Family Magnification: 7000 x Vacuum: Voltage: 20 kv Working Distance: 15 mm Detector: ETD

Water Flea with eggs - Daphnia pulex - This most common species of water flea belongs to the family Daphiniidae. It has a cosmopolitan distribution in a wide range of aquatic habitats, although it is most closely associated with small, shaded pools and lakes of an oligotrophic nature. (Their range extends across most of the world - Americas, Europe & Australia - in appropriate habitats, most of which offer little by way of nutrients)

Water Flea with eggs - Daphnia pulex - This most common species of water flea belongs to the family Daphiniidae. It has a cosmopolitan distribution in a wide range of aquatic habitats, although it is most closely associated with small, shaded pools and la

Micrasterias furcata - final stage of cell division by Rogelio Moreno

Fractal symmetry in nature - Micrasterias furcata - final stage of cell division by Rogelio Moreno

Glassy Radiolarian Beauty The shells of radiolarians rank among some of the treasures of the ocean, with their intricate, gorgeous geometry. The shells are made of silica, which protects the single-celled animals as they drift as zooplankton in the ocean. This image, taken at 120x zoom, was an honorable mention in the 2012 Nikon Small World photomicrography competition.

Glassy Radiolarian Beauty The shells of radiolarians rank among some of the treasures of the ocean, with their intricate, gorgeous geometry. The shells are made of silica, which protects the.

Pollen from a forget-me-not. This flower has one of the smallest known grains of pollen; just five one-thousandths of a millimetre in diameter. A Swiss scientists named Martin Oeggerli, who uses the name Micronaut for his art, has captured these Scanning Electron Microscope images of pollen grains.

Hayfever sufferers, know your enemy: Scanning Electron Microscope pictures of grains of pollen

Granito de polen

Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a passion flower (Passiflora caerulea) pollen grain. Pollen grains are the male gametes (sex cells) of a plant. Magnification: when printed 10 centimetres wide.

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