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Images Dated 16th November 2004

Choose from 93 pictures in our Images Dated 16th November 2004 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


DAD-1668 FUNGI - Group of Sulphur Tuft, with Milk Cap (Lactarius circellatus). October Featured 16 Nov 2004 Print

DAD-1668 FUNGI - Group of Sulphur Tuft, with Milk Cap (Lactarius circellatus). October

DAD-1668
FUNGI - Group of Sulphur Tuft, with Milk Cap (Lactarius circellatus). October
Knapp Wood Nature Reserve, E. Sussex, UK
Hypholoma fasciculare
Not edible
David C Dixon
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© David Dixon/ardea.com

Cluster, Clusters, Europe, European, Forest, Forests, Fungi, Fungus, Group, Groups, Lactarius Circellatus, Miispecies, Mushroom And Toadstool, Mushrooms And Toadstools, National Parks, Nature Reserve, Pla Nts, Plant, United Kingdom, Wood Land, Woodlands

False-col TEM of plasmids of bacterial DNA Featured 16 Nov 2004 Print

False-col TEM of plasmids of bacterial DNA

False-colour transmission electron micrograph of plasmids (PBR 322) of bacterial DNA from the bacterium Escherichia coli (E. coli). A plasmid is a molecule of DNA that can exist apart from the chromosome in a bacterium, & which can replicate on its own. This plasmid, designated PBR 322, is the one most commonly used in genetic engineering work. Foreign DNA is spliced to it & the composite or "chimeric" plasmid is then introduced into an Escherichia coli bacterium where it propagates & expresses the genetic information carried by the transplanted DNA. Magnification: X 18, 450 at 35mm size

© DR GOPAL MURTI/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

DAD-1677 FUNGI - Brown Roll-Rim, in broad-leaf woods, October Featured 16 Nov 2004 Print

DAD-1677 FUNGI - Brown Roll-Rim, in broad-leaf woods, October

DAD-1677
FUNGI - Brown Roll-Rim, in broad-leaf woods, October
Knapp Wood Nature Reserve. E. Sussex, UK
Paxillus involutus
Favours birch and acid heathland. Found later summer to late autumn. Poisonous, possibly deadly.
David C Dixon
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in anyway

© David Dixon/ardea.com