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Claw of a Fly 330x 

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Cells on Spider's silk

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
Next 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

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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