Breath Taking Moth Wings Rat Retina and Others Micro-PhotoEssay


Moth Wing.
Wing scales of a Urania ripheus (Sunset Moth) (6.25x) Reflected-light microscopy Charles B. Krebs Charles Krebs Photography Issaquah, Washington, USA
Mouse Colon
For your viewing pleasure, here are the winning photographs from the Nikon Small World competition. Cell nuclei of the mouse colon (740x) Two-Photon fluorescence microscopy Dr. Paul L. Appleton Division of Cell and Developmental Biology University of Dundee Dundee, UK
Aquatic worm
Spirorbis sp. (aquatic worm) (100x) Confocal microscopy Jens Rüchel Department of Zoology University of Osnabruck Osnabruck, Germany
Transgenic nicotiana
Transgenic Nicotiana benthamiana plant (10x) Fluorescence microscopy Dr. Heiti Paves Tallinn University of Technology Tallinn, Estonia
Rat retina
Fluorescing filamentous green alga (60x) Confocal microscopy Dr. Carlos A. Munoz Department of Biology University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Campus Mayaguez, Puerto Rico
Green algae
Fluorescing filamentous green alga (60x) Confocal microscopy Dr. Carlos A. Munoz Department of Biology University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Campus Mayaguez, Puerto Rico
Fruit fly larvae
Anterior spiracles (respiratory openings) of a fruit fly larvae (1500x) Fluorescence microscopy Albert Tousson and Tomek Szul Department of Cell Biology The University of Alabama at Birmingham

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