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Grains of pollen.

Scanning Electron Micrographs [SEM]of Grains of Pollen by micronaut/caters: The large object in the center is pumpkin pollen. The tiny speck below and to the right is forget-me-not pollen.

Radiolaria Radiolarians are called unicellular marine organisms with a silicate skeleton. They are part of the plancton floating in the oceans in warmer regions near the surface. First fossils were found in the cambium. Scanning electron microscope, 150:1 (at 12x9 cm)

Radiolaria : Radiolarians are unicellular marine organisms with a silicate skeleton. They are part of the plankton floating in the oceans in warmer regions near the surface. Scanning electron microscope, (at cm)

Passion flower (Passiflora caerulea) pollen grain

Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a passion flower (Passiflora caerulea) pollen grain. Pollen grains are the male gametes (sex cells) of a plant. Magnification: when printed 10 centimetres wide.

POLLEN

hemizygia-pollen "Seeds: Time Capsules of Life," by photographer Rob Kesseler and Wolfgang Stuppy

Rob Kesseler, Seeds  CANOPY - 2008  Solo exhibition in the Nash Conservatory, Kew Gardens, for the Year of the Tree Festival featuring highly magnified coloured micrographs of pollen, seeds, fruit and leaves. A series of silk banners printed with cellular structures of stained wood specimens hung from the glass roof like oversized microscope slides.

Paulownia seed, from The Wondrous Beauty Of Microscopic Plant Seeds, via Co. UK artist Rob Kesseler is working with the Millennium Seed Bank to illustrate the remarkable, nearly invisible world of microscopic botany.

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Rob Kesseler, Canopy - 2008 - highly magnified coloured micrographs of pollen, seeds, fruit and leaves

Rhizopus stolonifer, fungus by FEI Company. Dehydrated and sputtered with Au/Pd. Prepared by Claudia Mayrhofer. Coloured by Margit Wallner. Instrument used: Quanta Family. Magnification: 6349.

Rhizopus stolonifer, fungus by FEI Company. Dehydrated and sputtered with Au/Pd. Coloured by Margit Wallner. Instrument used: Quanta Family.

These 12 Viruses Look Beautiful Up Close But Would Kill You If They Could: Coronavirus (SARS)

LOOK: Under The Microscope, Deadly Viruses Look Absolutely Stunning

These 12 Viruses Look Beautiful Up Close But Would Kill You If They Could: Coronavirus (SARS) Both the images of the viruses and the Bacteria as Art slideshow at the end are stunning

Pollen from a Forget-me-not petal. The grains are some of the smallest found measuring just 0.006mm.

Not to be sneezed at! Microscopic images reveal the invisible enemies faced by hayfever sufferers

Leaf surface. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the varied underside of a leaf from a rice plant (Oryza sp.). Leaves have a wide variety of specialised surface structures, such as trichomes (not seen), stomata (pores) and oil glands. Magnification: x830 when printed 10 centimetres wide.

Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the varied underside of a leaf from a rice plant (Oryza sp. Leaves have a wide variety of specialised surface structures, such as trichomes (not seen), stomata (pores) and oil glands.

Swine Flu Virus

Swine flue is caused by various swine viruses and also known as novel influenza A Every year many people suffer with swine flu.

Synapses + Neurons. This is what the inside of our brains look like when we are thinking.

This is what the inside of our brains look like when we are thinking. How Nerve Cells Communicate The brain makes sense of our experiences by focusing closely on the timing of the impulses that flow through billions of nerve cells

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