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The Passion flower (Passiflora caerulea) pollen look like strange spongy tennis balls

The Passion flower (Passiflora caerulea) pollen look like strange spongy tennis balls

Scanning electron micrographs of diatoms, microscopic algae that form the base of the food chain and produce 20% of Earth’s oxygen.  The beautiful base of the pyramid of biology, feeding our air, land and life.

Scanning electron micrographs of diatoms, microscopic algae that form the base of the food chain and produce 20% of Earth’s oxygen. The beautiful base of the pyramid of biology, feeding our air, land and life.

Пассифлора или цветок страсти, она называется так, потому что его цветок напоминает моменты Страстей Христа.

Пассифлора или цветок страсти, она называется так, потому что его цветок напоминает моменты Страстей Христа.

I am currently obsessed with diatoms, they are amazing creatures. And yes, the beautiful things are living

I am currently obsessed with diatoms, they are amazing creatures. And yes, the beautiful things are living

gametofiti del fiore della passione

gametofiti del fiore della passione

A Grain of Lavender Pollen, Lying on a Lavendar Petal (colorised SEM).

A Grain of Lavender Pollen, Lying on a Lavendar Petal (colorised SEM).

I falsi miti sulle allergie e i granelli di polline al microscopio: spettacolo della natura

I falsi miti sulle allergie e i granelli di polline al microscopio: spettacolo della natura

Microscopic Photo of a Single Celled Organism    http://www.flickr.com/photos/fei_company/5818231595/in/photostream

Microscopic Photo of a Single Celled Organism http://www.flickr.com/photos/fei_company/5818231595/in/photostream

A false-colored scanning electron microscopic image of the developing flower buds of Arabidopsis. Sepals are in green, petals in red, anthers in orange, and the pistels are not colored.  By Wim Grunewald, Ghent University

A false-colored scanning electron microscopic image of the developing flower buds of Arabidopsis. Sepals are in green, petals in red, anthers in orange, and the pistels are not colored. By Wim Grunewald, Ghent University

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