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Brain blood vessels, 3D angiogram C007/1981
Brain blood vessels, 3D angiogram C007/1981
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Total hip replacement, X-ray
Total hip replacement, X-ray
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Ant, SEM
Ant, SEM
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Triggerfish skeleton, X-ray
Triggerfish skeleton, X-ray
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Diatom, SEM
Diatom, SEM
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Geranium anther, SEM
Geranium anther, SEM
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Dahlia flower pollen, SEM
Dahlia flower pollen, SEM
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Rough endoplasmic reticulum, TEM
Rough endoplasmic reticulum, TEM
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Moth proboscis, SEM
Moth proboscis, SEM
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Leaf pores, SEM
Leaf pores, SEM
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Honey bee, SEM
Honey bee, SEM
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Norovirus particles, TEM
Norovirus particles, TEM
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Leaf pores, SEM Featured Image

Leaf pores, SEM

Leaf pores. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of stomata (holes) on the surface of a leaf. These structures perform a similar function to the pores in human skin, allowing water to pass out of the leaf. They also act like lungs, allowing carbon dioxide and oxygen (found in air) to pass into and out of the leaf. The stomata can be opened and closed depending on the conditions and the need to retain water. Water and carbon dioxide are combined in photosynthesis to produce sugars (transported around the plant in veins, one seen, brown) and oxygen (released via the stoma). This is a coriander plant leaf (Coriandrum sativum). Magnification: x465 when printed 10cm wide

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Medical zodiac, 15th century diagram
Medical zodiac, 15th century diagram
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Needle playing a record, SEM
Needle playing a record, SEM
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Acrosphaera radiolarian, SEM
Acrosphaera radiolarian, SEM
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Head of a young newt, SEM
Head of a young newt, SEM
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Cauliflower head, SEM
Cauliflower head, SEM
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Macrophage engulfing TB bacteria, SEM
Macrophage engulfing TB bacteria, SEM
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Diatom frustule, SEM
Diatom frustule, SEM
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Pine tree stem, light micrograph
Pine tree stem, light micrograph
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Phagocytosis of fungal spores, SEM
Phagocytosis of fungal spores, SEM
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Nerve synapse, TEM
Nerve synapse, TEM
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Varicose veins, X-ray
Varicose veins, X-ray
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Stem cell, SEM
Stem cell, SEM
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Pine tree stem, light micrograph Featured Image

Pine tree stem, light micrograph

Pine tree stem. Coloured light micrograph of a cross-section through the stem of a pine tree. (Pinus sp.). The red wood (xylem, lower left) has resin canals in it, which are outlined in green. The resin produced by the canals contains turpentine, which stops bacteria, fungi and insects from decomposing or eating the stems or leaves. Several growth rings are also distinguishable in the xylem, which can be counted to calculate the tree's age, as the cambium (thin green ring at the edge) forms one ring each year as it expands outwards. The green feature spanning these rings is the phloem, which transports nutrients around the plant. The darker region at top is the cortex, the outer portion of the stem. Magnification: x18 when printed 10cm wide

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Stem cells, SEM
Stem cells, SEM
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Normal torso, MRI scan
Normal torso, MRI scan
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Intestinal microvilli, TEM
Intestinal microvilli, TEM
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Spiny spider, SEM
Spiny spider, SEM
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Chickweed pollen grains, SEM
Chickweed pollen grains, SEM
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Calcium phosphate crystal, SEM
Calcium phosphate crystal, SEM
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Bacteria infecting a macrophage, SEM
Bacteria infecting a macrophage, SEM
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Xylem tissue, SEM
Xylem tissue, SEM
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Flower, SEM
Flower, SEM
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Spider lily flower stamen, SEM
Spider lily flower stamen, SEM
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Geranium pollen, SEM
Geranium pollen, SEM
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Leaf oil glands, SEM
Leaf oil glands, SEM
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Stem cells, SEM

Stem cells, coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). Stem cells can differentiate into any other cell type. There are three main types of mammalian stem cell: embryonic stem cells, derived from blastocysts; adult stem cells, which are found in some adult tissues; and cord blood stem cells, which are found in the umbilical cord. The cells seen here are destined to become blood cells. During blood cell development in adults, stem cells develop through a process known as haemopoiesis. Blood cells have short lifespans and are therefore constantly produced by the bone marrow

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Daisy bud, SEM
Daisy bud, SEM
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Zinnia flower petal, SEM
Zinnia flower petal, SEM
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Pollination, SEM
Pollination, SEM
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Haematopoietic stem cells, SEM C013/5009
Haematopoietic stem cells, SEM C013/5009
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Human chromosomes, SEM C013/5002
Human chromosomes, SEM C013/5002
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Osteocyte, SEM
Osteocyte, SEM
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Phagocytosis of fungus spores, SEM
Phagocytosis of fungus spores, SEM
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Plant cell mitosis, light micrograph
Plant cell mitosis, light micrograph
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Turtle ants head, SEM
Turtle ants head, SEM
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Aortic dissection, 3D CT scan
Aortic dissection, 3D CT scan
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Chickweed pollen grain, SEM
Chickweed pollen grain, SEM
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Optical light microscope with camera
Optical light microscope with camera
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