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medical illustration of This Transmission electron micrograph shows two negative stained paramyxoviruses (measles). The measles virus is spread by droplet infection (coughing, sneezing, speaking) or direct human contact. Infection is likely after a short exposure and leaves a lifelong immunity.
Transmission electron microscope, magnification 250 000:1
Next medical illustration of This sample from the bottom of the Red Sea at a depth of about 20 meters consists entirely of animal-derived structures. Thus housing of tubeworms, spicules of sponges, coral fragments and a snail shell can be seen. 
Scanning-Electron Microscope, Magnification 260:1

Seabed

This Transmission electron micrograph shows two negative stained paramyxoviruses (measles). The measles virus is spread by droplet infection (coughing, sneezing, speaking) or direct human contact. Infection is likely after a short exposure and leaves a lifelong immunity. Transmission electron microscope, magnification 250 000:1

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