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Aesculus hippocastanum, Pollen

medical illustration of The picture shows the struts within a femoral head. These struts are the 'spongy' bone, which has a high stability at a low weight. This bone is weakened by osteoporosis (yellow zones). Misdirected osteoclasts have reduced the osseous tissue. 
Scanning Electron Microscope, magnification  700:1
Next medical illustration of Groundcherries are a genus of plants in the nightshade family (Solanaceae), native to warm temperate and subtropical regions throughout the world. Especially striking are the fruits which are completely surrounded by a lantern-shaped flower cup (calyx). Here the weather-beaten flower cup  is shown.
Scanning-electron microscope, magnification  62:1

Groundcherry, Flower cup

The picture shows the struts within a femoral head. These struts are the 'spongy' bone, which has a high stability at a low weight. This bone is weakened by osteoporosis (yellow zones). Misdirected osteoclasts have reduced the osseous tissue. Scanning Electron Microscope, magnification 700:1

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