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Images Dated 18th March 2004

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Taste bud on tongue surface Featured 18 Mar 2004 Print

Taste bud on tongue surface

Taste bud on tongue surface. Coloured Scanning Electron Micrograph (SEM) of the human tongue revealing the pore of a taste bud. The taste pore (blue, at centre) is an opening in the surface epithelium of the tongue which leads to a barrel- shaped taste bud that lies immediately underneath. The orange tipped projections all around the taste pore are known as papilla lingual. There are many types of these protuberances that cover the anterior two thirds of the tongue. These papilla have sensory and mechanical functions. Beneath this layer the tongue is composed of muscle fibres which help it to move. Magnification: x120 at 5x7cm size

© Prof Cinti and V.Gremet/Spl

London: The final yards of the 1969 Tea Trolley Stakes run over a distance of 100 Featured 18 Mar 2004 Print

London: The final yards of the 1969 Tea Trolley Stakes run over a distance of 100

London: The final yards of the 1969 Tea Trolley Stakes run over a distance of 100 yards on the smooth going Thames Embankment course near the Festival Hall. First over the line was Miss Sue Peters (from East Grinstead, Sussex), who is "Miss Derry and Toms". she is seen second from left. Received ?15 and presented with a Wedgwood mug.
14 May 1969

© TopFoto.co.uk

Stimsons / Large-blotched Python Featured 18 Mar 2004 Print

Stimsons / Large-blotched Python

DH-3261
Stimson's / Large-blotched Python
At Lajamanu on the northern edge of the Tanami Desert, Northern Territory, Australia.
Antaresia (Liasis) stimsoni
Feeds on small mammals, birds, reptiles and frogs. They lay 5-19 eggs each season. They are preyed upon by some raptors and large reptiles
Found in arid regions woodlands and rocky areas of western and central Australia.
Don Hadden
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