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La fotografía microscópica siempre resulta curiosa y fascinante. Nos permite adentrarnos en mundos que son propios de la ciencia ficción más desbocada y creativa. Algunas veces nos hace mirar con t…

Prakash Lilly flower bud, stained transverse section place winner Olympus Bioscape Competition 2013

The green part of this picture is the occipital lobe.

BY2177: Human Brain Anatomy, Lateral View

Human Brain Anatomy, Lateral View - A illustration of the human brain from a lateral (side) view. The different regions of the brain are colored red (frontal lobe), blue (parietal lobe), yellow (temporal lobe) and green (occipital lobe).

cross section of a banana tree

Banana trunk cross-section by detengase, kind of a funny spiral, but it works if you trace each section twice and spiral out at the next layer.

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Stem cells - cross section of a monocotyledon plant I thought at looking at plant cell I love this one and think it would look lovely as a print

Phase contrast micrograph of spore formation and release in Aspergillus, an ascomycete. Fermentation by certain Aspergillus species is involved in the production of soy sauce. Image by Spike Walker

ascomycete, showing spore formation and release in Aspergillus; Phase contrast micrograph using a semi-thin stained section stained blue.

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pinus stem cross section

Kidney Stone Under Microscope  Scanning electron micrograph of a kidney stone (nephrolithiasis). Kidney stones form when salts, minerals and chemicals in the urine (for example calcium, oxalate and uric acid) crystallise and solidify. Small kidney stones are often passed naturally but larger stones can sometimes get lodged in the kidney or other parts of the urinary tract. Size of stone is 2 mm.   Image Credit: Kevin Mackenzie, University of Aberdeen/Wellcome Images

Scanning electron micrograph of a kidney stone (nephrolithiasis). Kidney stones form when salts, minerals and chemicals in the urine (for example calcium, oxalate and uric acid) crystallise and solidify. Small kidney stones are often passed naturally but

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The development of colony biofilms by Pseudomonas aeruginosa is affected by redox-active compounds called phenazines (credit: Hassan Sakhtah, Columbia

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