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“ Color-enhanced microscopic image of a diatom; a tiny, single-celled organism found in oceans, fresh water and soil ” Diatom vs.

I am currently obsessed with diatoms, they are amazing creatures. And yes, the beautiful things are living

Science Image of Diatom frustules (Campylodiscus sp.) from PS MicroGraphs. Specialists in Science Images.

Diatom, a major group of algae, and are among the most common types of phytoplankton.

Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the Arachnoidiscus sp. The diatoms are a group of photosynthetic, single- celled algae containing about .

Trinacria synicum    Structure of diatom cell    Courtesy of Ekaterina Nikitina    Image Details  Instrument used: Quanta Family  Magnification: 4000 x  Voltage: 20 kv  Detector: ETD

Trinacria synicum Structure of diatom cell Courtesy of Ekaterina Nikitina Image Details Instrument used: Quanta Family Magnification: 4000 x Voltage: 20 kv Detector: ETD

Mr. Gerd Guenther Trichodina pediculus, a "hydra bug". Image captured at about 600X magnification using differential interference contrast.   Gerd Günther, Düsseldorf, Germany.  2008 Olympus BioScapes Digital Imaging Competition®

20 BioScapes Contest Photos--Life Viewed through the Microscope - Scientific American

Diatoms are microscopic algae composed of separate halves, with delicate siliceous cell walls. They're usually single-celled organisms, though some live colonially. They inhabit fresh and salt waters and are among the most abundant of all phytoplankton.

Diatoms are microscopic algae composed of separate halves, with delicate siliceous cell walls. They're usually single-celled organisms, though some live colonially. They inhabit fresh and salt waters and are among the most abundant of all phytoplankton.

transverse section of a New Zealand flax leaf, using the fluorescent dye auramine O to stain the lignified fibres, which show up as the transverse yellow-green bands in the image.

Transverse section of a New Zealand flax leaf, using the fluorescent dye auramine O to stain the lignified fibres, which show up as the yellow-green bands -=- Incredible Beauty Boggles the Mind !

Fibroblast cells. Fluorescent light micrograph of two fibroblast cells, showing their nuclei (green) and cytoskeleton. The cytoskeleton is made up of microtubules of the protein tubulin (yellow) and filaments of the protein actin (blue).     Magnification: x980 when printed 10cm wide.

Two interphase cells with immunofluorescence labeling of actin filaments (purple), microtubules (yellow), and nuclei (green). This image won first place in the Nikon 2003 Small World photo competition. The Cell: An Image Library - Image

In this awesome transmission micrograph you can see what a synapse actually looks like. It's the place where two neurons are kissing

Another false color electron micrograph of a synapse. The lower right teal circle containing small red circles is the presynaptic neuron; upper circle is the postsynaptic neuron.

Colored Diatom looks like crochet pattern motif for doily! Gorgeous Nature art by God, a MOST POPULAR RE-PIN. RESEARCH #DdO:) - http://www.pinterest.com/DianaDeeOsborne/tiny-miracles/ - TINY MIRACLES. Radial symmetry: opposite sides match. #Diatoms = major group of #algae, among most common types of phytoplankton. Most only 1 cell; some exist as colonies in shape of filaments, ribbons, fans, zigzags, or stars like this SNOWFLAKE design. ADDED coloring of blue & yellow. Cool pin via Tallie...

Colored Diatom - radial symmetry where opposite sides match. Looks like crochet pattern motif for doily! Gorgeous art by God. Diatoms = major group of algae.

A scanning electron microscope picture of a nerve ending. It has been broken open to reveal vesicles (orange and blue) containing chemicals used to pass messages in the nervous system.

frontal-cortex: Scanning electron microscope picture of a nerve ending that has been broken open to reveal the synaptic vesicles beneath the cell membrane. Image by Tina Carvalho. The Cell: An Image Library

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