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medical illustration of Freeze fraction through a plant cell (Atropa belladonna) showing three chloroplasts
Magnification: 15 0000x medical illustration of Freeze fraction through a plant cell (Atropa belladonna) showing three chloroplasts
Magnification: 15 0000x

Chloroplast

Freeze fraction through a plant cell (Atropa belladonna) showing three chloroplasts Magnification: 15 0000x

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medical illustration of The cross section through the lung shows alveoli (red) bronchius with ciliated epithelial cells (yellow) and a blood vessel (dark red)
Scanning electron microscope, magnification 150x medical illustration of The cross section through the lung shows alveoli (red) bronchius with ciliated epithelial cells (yellow) and a blood vessel (dark red)
Scanning electron microscope, magnification 150x

Lung section

The cross section through the lung shows alveoli (red) bronchius with ciliated epithelial cells (yellow) and a blood vessel (dark red) Scanning electron microscope, magnification 150x

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medical illustration of Tanaka freeze fraction through a leaf of solanum nigra, epidermal and parenchymal cells with cloroplasts are visible.
Scanning electron microscope, magnification  1000x medical illustration of Tanaka freeze fraction through a leaf of solanum nigra, epidermal and parenchymal cells with cloroplasts are visible.
Scanning electron microscope, magnification  1000x

Leaf section

Tanaka freeze fraction through a leaf of solanum nigra, epidermal and parenchymal cells with cloroplasts are visible. Scanning electron microscope, magnification 1000x

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medical illustration of Transmission Electron Micrograph of Ebola Viruses Magnification 30 000x medical illustration of Transmission Electron Micrograph of Ebola Viruses Magnification 30 000x

Ebola Virus

Transmission Electron Micrograph of Ebola Viruses Magnification 30 000x

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medical illustration of Enterococcus hirae (older name: Streptococcus faecalis) bacteria may cause wound and ureal infections.
Scanning electron microscope, magnification 10 000x medical illustration of Enterococcus hirae (older name: Streptococcus faecalis) bacteria may cause wound and ureal infections.
Scanning electron microscope, magnification 10 000x

Enterococcus hirae

Enterococcus hirae (older name: Streptococcus faecalis) bacteria may cause wound and ureal infections. Scanning electron microscope, magnification 10 000x

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medical illustration of Erythrocytes on a blood clot
Scanning electron microscope, magnification 4000x medical illustration of Erythrocytes on a blood clot
Scanning electron microscope, magnification 4000x

Erythrocytes

Erythrocytes on a blood clot Scanning electron microscope, magnification 4000x

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medical illustration of Helicobacter pylori bacteria may cause ulceration of the stomach lining. 
Scanning electron microscope, magnification 15 000x medical illustration of Helicobacter pylori bacteria may cause ulceration of the stomach lining. 
Scanning electron microscope, magnification 15 000x

Helicobacter pylori

Helicobacter pylori bacteria may cause ulceration of the stomach lining. Scanning electron microscope, magnification 15 000x

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medical illustration of Leishmaniasis is a protozoan parasite disease of vertebrates spread by the bite of the female sandfly (Leishmania sp.). There are 18 different types of leishmaniasis and it exists almost everywhere in the world. 
Scanning electron microscope, magnification  7000x medical illustration of Leishmaniasis is a protozoan parasite disease of vertebrates spread by the bite of the female sandfly (Leishmania sp.). There are 18 different types of leishmaniasis and it exists almost everywhere in the world. 
Scanning electron microscope, magnification  7000x

Leishmania Blood parasite

Leishmaniasis is a protozoan parasite disease of vertebrates spread by the bite of the female sandfly (Leishmania sp.). There are 18 different types of leishmaniasis and it exists almost everywhere in the world. Scanning electron microscope, magnification 7000x

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medical illustration of Several members of the paramyxovirus group are disease-causing viruses. These include the mumps virus, the measles virus and the respiratory syncytial virus (RSV).
Transmission electron microscope, magnification 80 000x
medical illustration of Several members of the paramyxovirus group are disease-causing viruses. These include the mumps virus, the measles virus and the respiratory syncytial virus (RSV).
Transmission electron microscope, magnification 80 000x

Paramyxovirus

Several members of the paramyxovirus group are disease-causing viruses. These include the mumps virus, the measles virus and the respiratory syncytial virus (RSV). Transmission electron microscope, magnification 80 000x

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medical illustration of a pollen grain from the evening primrose (Oenothera), native to North and South America. Here the surface of the grain can be seen, with characteristic threads that hold the pollen in packages and probably help with the attachment to insects (pollinators).
Scanning electron microscope, magnification 3300x medical illustration of a pollen grain from the evening primrose (Oenothera), native to North and South America. Here the surface of the grain can be seen, with characteristic threads that hold the pollen in packages and probably help with the attachment to insects (pollinators).
Scanning electron microscope, magnification 3300x

Pollen Grain, Detail

a pollen grain from the evening primrose (Oenothera), native to North and South America. Here the surface of the grain can be seen, with characteristic threads that hold the pollen in packages and probably help with the attachment to insects (pollinators). Scanning electron microscope, magnification 3300x

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medical illustration of Rice leafes are covered with wax.
These crystal-like wax platelets on the surface protect the plant against water loss. 
Scanning electron microscope, magnification 2000x medical illustration of Rice leafes are covered with wax.
These crystal-like wax platelets on the surface protect the plant against water loss. 
Scanning electron microscope, magnification 2000x

Rice leaf

Rice leafes are covered with wax. These crystal-like wax platelets on the surface protect the plant against water loss. Scanning electron microscope, magnification 2000x

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medical illustration of Rotavirus and Escherichia coli bacterium seen with a Transmission electron microscope, magnification 60 000x
medical illustration of Rotavirus and Escherichia coli bacterium seen with a Transmission electron microscope, magnification 60 000x

Rotavirus and Escherichia coli bacterium

Rotavirus and Escherichia coli bacterium seen with a Transmission electron microscope, magnification 60 000x

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medical illustration of Salvinia natans floats on the surface of slowly flowing or standing water. The plant is coated with special hairs that are extremely hydrophobic and trap air when submerged. 
electron microscope, magnification 120x
medical illustration of Salvinia natans floats on the surface of slowly flowing or standing water. The plant is coated with special hairs that are extremely hydrophobic and trap air when submerged. 
electron microscope, magnification 120x

Salvinia natans 120x

Salvinia natans floats on the surface of slowly flowing or standing water. The plant is coated with special hairs that are extremely hydrophobic and trap air when submerged. electron microscope, magnification 120x

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medical illustration of These cells are growing on a layer of spider silk, generated by genetically manipulated bacteria. This silk may be used for wound-treatment. The bio-compatibility of the silk is tested with cell cultures. Different surface treatment has effects to the adhesion of the cells on the silk. 
electron microscope, magnification 1800x medical illustration of These cells are growing on a layer of spider silk, generated by genetically manipulated bacteria. This silk may be used for wound-treatment. The bio-compatibility of the silk is tested with cell cultures. Different surface treatment has effects to the adhesion of the cells on the silk. 
electron microscope, magnification 1800x

Cells on Spider's silk

These cells are growing on a layer of spider silk, generated by genetically manipulated bacteria. This silk may be used for wound-treatment. The bio-compatibility of the silk is tested with cell cultures. Different surface treatment has effects to the adhesion of the cells on the silk. electron microscope, magnification 1800x

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medical illustration of The two claws of a stable fly are used to grip rough surfaces. The hairy adhesive pads, or pulvilli (behind the claws), allow the fly to cling to smooth surfaces.
electron microscope, magnification 330x medical illustration of The two claws of a stable fly are used to grip rough surfaces. The hairy adhesive pads, or pulvilli (behind the claws), allow the fly to cling to smooth surfaces.
electron microscope, magnification 330x

Claw of a Fly 330x

The two claws of a stable fly are used to grip rough surfaces. The hairy adhesive pads, or pulvilli (behind the claws), allow the fly to cling to smooth surfaces. electron microscope, magnification 330x

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medical illustration of Bacteria in the gingiva (gums) of a human mouth. The most common form of gingivitis, inflammation of the gum tissue, is in response to bacterial overgrowth that causes plaques (biofilms) to form on the teeth.
electron microscope, magnification 3000x medical illustration of Bacteria in the gingiva (gums) of a human mouth. The most common form of gingivitis, inflammation of the gum tissue, is in response to bacterial overgrowth that causes plaques (biofilms) to form on the teeth.
electron microscope, magnification 3000x

Gingivitis

Bacteria in the gingiva (gums) of a human mouth. The most common form of gingivitis, inflammation of the gum tissue, is in response to bacterial overgrowth that causes plaques (biofilms) to form on the teeth. electron microscope, magnification 3000x

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medical illustration of Water bears (or tardigrades, here Echiniscus granulatus) are tiny invertebrates that live in aquatic and semi-aquatic habitats such as lichen and damp moss. In dry conditions, they can enter a cryptobiotic state of dessication, known as a tun, to survive. In this state, water bears can survive for up to a decade. 
electron microscope, magnification 700x medical illustration of Water bears (or tardigrades, here Echiniscus granulatus) are tiny invertebrates that live in aquatic and semi-aquatic habitats such as lichen and damp moss. In dry conditions, they can enter a cryptobiotic state of dessication, known as a tun, to survive. In this state, water bears can survive for up to a decade. 
electron microscope, magnification 700x

Water bear Tardigrade

Water bears (or tardigrades, here Echiniscus granulatus) are tiny invertebrates that live in aquatic and semi-aquatic habitats such as lichen and damp moss. In dry conditions, they can enter a cryptobiotic state of dessication, known as a tun, to survive. In this state, water bears can survive for up to a decade. electron microscope, magnification 700x

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medical illustration of Water bear (Macrobiotus sapiens) egg. This egg was found in moss samples from Croatia. Water bears are found throughout the world,  including regions of extreme temperature, such as hot springs, and extreme pressure, such as deep underwater. They can also survive high levels of radiation and the vacuum of space. 
electron microscope, magnification 1000x medical illustration of Water bear (Macrobiotus sapiens) egg. This egg was found in moss samples from Croatia. Water bears are found throughout the world,  including regions of extreme temperature, such as hot springs, and extreme pressure, such as deep underwater. They can also survive high levels of radiation and the vacuum of space. 
electron microscope, magnification 1000x

Egg of a Water Bear

Water bear (Macrobiotus sapiens) egg. This egg was found in moss samples from Croatia. Water bears are found throughout the world, including regions of extreme temperature, such as hot springs, and extreme pressure, such as deep underwater. They can also survive high levels of radiation and the vacuum of space. electron microscope, magnification 1000x

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medical illustration of Freeze fraction through a plant cell (Atropa belladonna) showing three chloroplasts
Magnification: 15 0000x
medical illustration of The cross section through the lung shows alveoli (red) bronchius with ciliated epithelial cells (yellow) and a blood vessel (dark red)
Scanning electron microscope, magnification 150x
medical illustration of Tanaka freeze fraction through a leaf of solanum nigra, epidermal and parenchymal cells with cloroplasts are visible.
Scanning electron microscope, magnification  1000x
medical illustration of Transmission Electron Micrograph of Ebola Viruses Magnification 30 000x
medical illustration of Enterococcus hirae (older name: Streptococcus faecalis) bacteria may cause wound and ureal infections.
Scanning electron microscope, magnification 10 000x
medical illustration of Erythrocytes on a blood clot
Scanning electron microscope, magnification 4000x
medical illustration of Helicobacter pylori bacteria may cause ulceration of the stomach lining. 
Scanning electron microscope, magnification 15 000x
medical illustration of Leishmaniasis is a protozoan parasite disease of vertebrates spread by the bite of the female sandfly (Leishmania sp.). There are 18 different types of leishmaniasis and it exists almost everywhere in the world. 
Scanning electron microscope, magnification  7000x
medical illustration of Several members of the paramyxovirus group are disease-causing viruses. These include the mumps virus, the measles virus and the respiratory syncytial virus (RSV).
Transmission electron microscope, magnification 80 000x
medical illustration of a pollen grain from the evening primrose (Oenothera), native to North and South America. Here the surface of the grain can be seen, with characteristic threads that hold the pollen in packages and probably help with the attachment to insects (pollinators).
Scanning electron microscope, magnification 3300x
medical illustration of Rice leafes are covered with wax.
These crystal-like wax platelets on the surface protect the plant against water loss. 
Scanning electron microscope, magnification 2000x
medical illustration of Rotavirus and Escherichia coli bacterium seen with a Transmission electron microscope, magnification 60 000x
medical illustration of Salvinia natans floats on the surface of slowly flowing or standing water. The plant is coated with special hairs that are extremely hydrophobic and trap air when submerged. 
electron microscope, magnification 120x
medical illustration of These cells are growing on a layer of spider silk, generated by genetically manipulated bacteria. This silk may be used for wound-treatment. The bio-compatibility of the silk is tested with cell cultures. Different surface treatment has effects to the adhesion of the cells on the silk. 
electron microscope, magnification 1800x
medical illustration of The two claws of a stable fly are used to grip rough surfaces. The hairy adhesive pads, or pulvilli (behind the claws), allow the fly to cling to smooth surfaces.
electron microscope, magnification 330x
medical illustration of Bacteria in the gingiva (gums) of a human mouth. The most common form of gingivitis, inflammation of the gum tissue, is in response to bacterial overgrowth that causes plaques (biofilms) to form on the teeth.
electron microscope, magnification 3000x
medical illustration of Water bears (or tardigrades, here Echiniscus granulatus) are tiny invertebrates that live in aquatic and semi-aquatic habitats such as lichen and damp moss. In dry conditions, they can enter a cryptobiotic state of dessication, known as a tun, to survive. In this state, water bears can survive for up to a decade. 
electron microscope, magnification 700x
medical illustration of Water bear (Macrobiotus sapiens) egg. This egg was found in moss samples from Croatia. Water bears are found throughout the world,  including regions of extreme temperature, such as hot springs, and extreme pressure, such as deep underwater. They can also survive high levels of radiation and the vacuum of space. 
electron microscope, magnification 1000x

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