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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
Next medical illustration of The evening primroses (Oenothera), originally native to North and South America, belong to the family of willowherbs or evening primroses. Here the surface of a pollen grain of the evening primrose is shown, with its characteristic filaments that hold the pollen in packets and probably support the attachment to insects.
Scanning-Electron Microscope, Magnification 11 000:1

Evening primroses

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

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