James Hayden The Wistar Institute - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania United States Specimen: Anglerfish Ovary, H stain Technique: Autofluorescence
This image of an anglerfish ovary (from the order Lophiiformes) was reeled in by James Hayden at The Wistar Institute, a nonprofit cancer research organization in Philadelphia. He captured it at magnification on a two-channel autofluorescence scope.
Astronasty: Microscopic pix and great batch of Today's Overflow links. Image Credit: James Hayden, place for the Anglerfish Ovary
Here's the ovary cross-section of an anglerfish. Eventually, these eggs will be released in a "gelatinous, floating mass" that can be up to three feet long and include hundreds of thousands of eggs.
Anglerfish ovary | 2009 Photomicrography Competition | Nikon’s Small World
Patternbank were totally in awe when we saw Eckhard Völcker’s microscopic masterpieces. As he says, we are surrounded by another world that is hidden to the naked eye. The true beauty and intricacy of nature is always a massive source of inspiration.
Dahlia section. Amazing how you can see Xylem /Cambium / Phloem cells. I love Plant Anatomy.
metaasmentha: Dahlia under microscope.
Dahlia section - beautifully colored. I wonder if the colors were real or added…
Image of the Day: Kaleidoscopic Stalk Vascular bundles in this cross section of a dahlia flower stalk help the plant distribute water and nutrients to its tissues. Flickr, Eckhard Völcker
Pine Needle Pine is the common name for species belonging to the genus Pinus, a member of the family Pinaceae, resinous trees with needle-like leaves. Consisting of about 262 species, this is the.
The Nikon MicroscopyU Digital Eclipse image gallery features photomicrographs captured digitally using a variety of Nikon microscopes.
Cross section of a pine needle. The microscopic world is so freakin' amazing!
Pine Needle under a microscope. If you were guessing, would a pine needle even be in your top 100 choices? Spectacular beauty hidden to the naked eye. Brilliantly designed to convert sunlight into food even on the coldest days of winter.
Cells - Characteristic of a living thing. All living things must contain at least one cell. Therefore things that are inside a cell do not count as living. Cells are essential for the rest of the characteristics of life, for example reproduction.
All information about Plant Cells Under A Microscope. Pictures of Plant Cells Under A Microscope and many more.
Plant Cells - living cells that have functions ranging from storage and support to photosynthesis and phloem loading (transfer cells)
Fascinating Wonders Of Nature -=- Intricate Micro Image of Plant Cells !
Multicellular Organic Neural Network Lives in Nitrogen-Oxygen Atmosphere 270 K - 300 K Eats, Breathes, Thinks, Creates when in the g...
Corona virus: SARS virus (red) particles Electron microscopy of numerous SARS virus particles (red) in a host cell. Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) is a fatal lung disease that first appeared in China in The SARS virus is a coronavirus.