The Astounding And Horrific World As Seen Under A Microscope

The Astounding And Horrific World As Seen Under A Microscope

Fimbrae of a fallopian tube under scanning electron microscope... Georgia O'Keefe was right.

Fimbriae of a Fallopian Tube - Photographed by Brandon Broll, thus images is just one of many amazing microscopic photos in his book, Microcosmos, in which random things are magnified by between 22 times and 22 million times.

Silkworm under a colour scanning electron microscope.

26 Things You Never Want To See Under A Microscope

Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the head of a silkworm moth caterpillar (Bombyx mori). The silkworm uses its chewing mouthparts (upper centre) to feed on mulberry leaves.

Check out this gallery of "Amazing Close-Ups of Seeds" from the Smithsonian. Pictured: Delphinium pergrinum. (Courtesy of Rob Kesseler and Wolfgang Stuppy.)

Amazing Close-Ups of Seeds

Bdelloidea are microscopic aquatic animals that are related to roundworms

Bdelloidea are microscopic aquatic animals that are related to roundworms, found in freshwater and moist soil. Interestingly, a male has never been observed within the species; females reproduce exclusively by parthenogenesis (without fertilization).

Low-temperature scanning electron microscope magnification series for a snow crystal. The crystals are captured, stored, and sputter-coated with platinum at cryogenic temperatures for imaging; Wikipedia

Low-temperature scanning electron microscope magnification series for a snow crystal. The crystals are captured, stored, and sputter-coated with platinum at cryogenic temperatures for imaging;

Photos of the Amazing and Gruesome World Under a Microscope

Photos of the Amazing and Gruesome World Under a Microscope

Clutch of Butterfly eggs: scanning electron microscope (SEM) image - they look like little pots.A clutch of unidentified butterfly eggs on a raspberry plant. These eggs have already hatched

Kesseler has spent the last decade working as a fellow at Kew Royal Botanic Gardens, photographing microscopic plant specimens  including seeds, pollen, leaves and fruit. It’s a bit of a guessing game what the subject of each of these images are – some look more like amoeba than plants – so we’ll just have to take his word for it.

Wild carrot (Daucus carota) seed / Rob Kesseler Ready to hitch a ride on a furry coat.

Electron Microscope image of DNA.  I love this...would make great wall art.

Electron microscope image of DNA = Life-giving codes to every living thing in our Universe ! Binary code is 2 digit, but DNA is and live stream!

The Misery of it All: Allergies and Hayfever in the Autumn

The Misery of it All: Allergies and Hayfever in the Autumn

Cough and Angioedema From ACE Inhibitors: Cough and Respiratory Reactions

Xylem plant cells, SEM Credit: DR DAVID FURNESS, KEELE UNIVERSITY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Scanning electron microscope view of Xylem plant cells, SEM Credit: Dr David Furness, Keele University/science photo library

Muscle fibre, SEM (Scanning Electron Microscope). I changed my mind, I want to be a scientist and study EVERYTHING!

BE_Muscle fibre, SEM (Scanning Electron Microscope). I changed my mind, I want to be a scientist and study EVERYTHING!

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