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Images Dated 2nd March 2005

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Choose from 74 pictures in our Images Dated 2nd March 2005 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


PLM of crystals of testosterone Featured 2 Mar 2005 Print

PLM of crystals of testosterone

^BMale sex hormone.^b Polarised light micrograph of crystals of testosterone. Testosterone is the main human androgen, the class of steroid hormones responsible for the development of male reproductive organs and secondary sex characteristics. It is mainly produced in the testes by the action of a series of enzymes on pregnenolone, a steroid derived from cholesterol. Testosterone may be used in hormone replacement therapy to treat delayed puberty in boys, hypogonadism and some types of impotence. In women, testosterone may be effective in the treatment of breast cancer. Magnification: x8 at 35mm size

© SIDNEY MOULDS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Flu remedies Featured 2 Mar 2005 Print

Flu remedies

Flu remedies in a glass with half a lemon. The vitamin C content in citrus fruits is thought to help treat the symptoms of colds and flu (influenza)

© KEVIN CURTIS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Ascorbic Acid, Capsule, Capsules, Citrus, Drug, Drugs, Flu, Fruit, Glass, Influenza, Lemon, Medical, Medication, Medicine, Still Life, Treatment, Vitamin C

Chance in the universe Featured 2 Mar 2005 Print

Chance in the universe

Chance in the universe. Computer illustration representing the chance, randomness and probability inherent in the universe according to the theory of quantum mechanics. Dice are seen spiralling towards a black hole, their numbers producing a random sequence. This randomness and probability in quantum physics (subatomic physics) was described by Werner Heisenberg in his Uncertainty Principle, and by Erwin Schrodinger. Einstein did not believe in a random universe and consequently said "God does not play dice with the universe"

© MEHAU KULYK/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY