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Bone tissue

Cancellous bone is characterised by a honeycomb arrangement, comprising a network of trabeculae (rod-shaped) fibrous tissue. These structures provide support and strength to the bone. The spaces within this tissue contain bone marrow

Developing nerve cells...I just cannot get over the marvel of the making of our bodies...

Developing nerve cells Torsten Wittmann, University of California, San Francisco These developing mouse nerve cells have a nucleus (yellow).

Magnified Nature - microscopic mushroom with complex natural structures; organic…

Magnified Nature - microscopic mushroom with complex natural structures; organic… +net &plastic soda can cover

Nassellaria radiolarian. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the shell of a Nassellaria sp. radiolarian. Radiolaria are single-celled protozoans that are found in marine plankton. This radiolarian has a silicate skeleton with pores through which needle-like pseudopodia protrude . These 'little feet' are used to carry out a process called 'cytoplasmic-streaming' : a means of locomotion and to distribute nutrients and oxygen.   “Rhizaria.” Boundless Biology. Boundless, 27 Jun. 2014.

Nassellaria radiolarian. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the shell of a Nassellaria sp. radiolarian. Radiolaria are single-celled protozoans that are found in marine plankton. This radiolarian has a silicate skeleton with pores through which needle-like pseudopodia protrude . These 'little feet' are used to carry out a process called 'cytoplasmic-streaming' : a means of locomotion and to distribute nutrients and oxygen. “Rhizaria.” Boundless Biology. Boundless, 27 Jun. 2014.

Stunning Images of Pollen, the Hidden Sexuality of Flowers

Stunning Images of Pollen, the Hidden Sexuality of Flowers

Stellaria holostea, Greater stitchwort pollen [Rob Kesseler] (No wonder so many people have allergies with this stuff shoved up one's nose)

Diatom. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a Stephanopyxis sp. diatom.

Just another design miracle! Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a Stephanopyxis sp.

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