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Images Dated 6th March 2006

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European Wolf - 3 young animals looking alert in snow, winter Featured 6 Mar 2006 Image

European Wolf - 3 young animals looking alert in snow, winter

USH-1988
European Wolf - 3 young animals looking alert in snow, winter
Bavaria, Germany
Canis lupus
Duncan Usher
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

© Duncan Usher/ardea.com

Dog, Europe, European, Forest, Forests, Germany, Group, Groups, Ice, M Ammals, Mammal, Snow, Wild Dogs, Wild Life, Winter, Wolf, Wolves, Wood Land, Woodlands

European Wolf - 3 young animals looking alert in snow, winter Featured 6 Mar 2006 Image

European Wolf - 3 young animals looking alert in snow, winter

USH-1989
European Wolf - 3 young animals looking alert in snow, winter
Bavaria, Germany
Canis lupus
Duncan Usher
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

© Ardea - All Rights Reserved

Affection, Alert, Animals, Canis, Dog, Dogs, Europe, European, Facing, Germany, Ice, Lupus, Mammal, Mammals, Seasons, Snow, Touching, Wild, Wildlife, Winter, Wolf, Wolves, Young

Rotavirus particle, artwork and TEM Featured 6 Mar 2006 Image

Rotavirus particle, artwork and TEM

Rotavirus particle. Computer artwork (left) and coloured transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of the geometric structure of a rotavirus particle's capsid shell. The capsid of a rotavirus has 5-fold symmetry (shown by 5-line star at left and right), and is icosahedral in shape. An icosahedron has 20 triangular sides; five of these meet at the apex at the centre of the star. The cylindrical units at left (which correspond to the green areas at right) are capsomers, the protein units that make up a capsid. Inside the capsid is the genetic core of the virus. Rotavirus viruses can cause severe diarrhoea in children, killing hundreds of thousands worldwide every year. A rotavirus particle is around 70 nanometres in diameter

© DR LINDA STANNARD, UCT/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY