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Images Dated 17th July 2003

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open-uri20120928-25415-5n01e4 Featured 17 Jul 2003 Print


2003 British Grand Prix - Thursday,
2003 British Grand Prix
Silverstone, Britain. 17th July 2003
World Copyright: Steve Etherington/LAT Photographic
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Coloured TEM of a group of influenza (flu) viruses Featured 17 Jul 2003 Print

Coloured TEM of a group of influenza (flu) viruses

Influenza viruses. Coloured transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of a section through a cluster of influenza (flu) viruses. These orthomyxovirus viruses are made up of a core of RNA (ribonucleic acid) in a protein coat which is surrounded by an outer spiked envelope (blue). The tiny protein spikes stick to host cells when the virus invades the body. This contagious virus has an affinity for mucus and is spread in droplets from coughs or sneezes. The antigen spikes can mutate and change form making the immune system ineffective and resulting in epidemics. To protect those at risk, new influenza vaccines must be prepared and given every year. Magnification: x52, 500 at 6x4.5cm size x28, 200 at 35mm


Concept of genetically engineered strawberries Featured 17 Jul 2003 Print

Concept of genetically engineered strawberries

Genetically engineered strawberries. Conceptual image representing the farming of giant genetically engineered strawberries. People in chemical suits are spraying the strawberries, possibly with pesticide. The genetic engineering of plants involves altering their DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid), the chemical which controls an organism's growth and development. Traits such as resistance to diseases and pesticides can be introduced to the plant, which may save time and money during cultivation and harvesting