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Images Dated 6th July 2004

Choose from 95 pictures in our Images Dated 6th July 2004 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Mount Kilimanjaro and its shrinking snow cover Featured 6 Jul 2004 Print

Mount Kilimanjaro and its shrinking snow cover

Mount Kilimanjaro and its shrinking snow cover. A dormant volcano, 8595 m above sea level, it is the highest mountain in Africa. Tanzania, photo taken from Amboseli National Park, Kenya

© Joe McDonald/AUSCAPE All rights reserved

African, Change, Climate, Cold, Dormant, Equator, Extinct, Global, Highest, Ice, Jagged, Kenyan, Landscape, Mount, Mountain, Mountainous, Mt, Sharp, Snow Capped, Snow Covered, Volcano, Warming

LM of mammary gland Featured 6 Jul 2004 Print

LM of mammary gland

Light micrograph of normal female breast (mammary gland) tissue from a non-pregnant woman, showing aggregations of glandular lobules. The lobules are the milk-secreting areas of the breast, each consists of an aggregate of branching ducts, called alveolar ducts, which end as blind-ended ductules. Compound alveolar cells (visible here as the central vertical band of lobular tissue) in the walls of the ducts are responsible for synthesis of milk. The alveolar duct epithelium proliferates during pregnancy under hormonal control (prolactin is a key hormone) in preparation for full-scale milk production after childbirth. Magnification: x200 at 35mm size

© POWER AND SYRED/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Barred Owl - in cypress tree. Common in dense coniferous forests and mixed woodlands of river bottoms or swamps Featured 6 Jul 2004 Print

Barred Owl - in cypress tree. Common in dense coniferous forests and mixed woodlands of river bottoms or swamps

CAN-2250
Barred Owl - in cypress tree. Common in dense coniferous forests and mixed woodlands of river bottoms or swamps.
Louisiana, USA
Strix varia
Chiefly nocturnal, but more likely than most owls to be heard in daytime. Distribution: Most of Eastern USA and expanding its range in the Northwest.
John Cancalosi
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