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Tomoya Matsuura 3h
Micro Art / Withered Plant SEM (Scanning Electron Microscope) .418 Width of the image 1.7mm 10832
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Oak Ridge Lab Jul 9
ORNL has built a novel that provides a “chemical lens” for viewing biological systems including cell membranes and biofilms. This could advance the understanding of complex biological interactions, such as those between microbes and plants. 🔬
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Elijah Horland #StayInPlayIn Jul 9
This is pretty cool for photos, there's also a video mode. This is a mid first-instar caterpillar eating a parsley leaf. The resolution is good, it's hard to keep in focus when the caterpillar is moving.
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H. Stamm-Wilbrandt Jul 9
Did fork repo, added example with coordinate output, added feature to start each stepper motor exactly where stopped:
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Vision Engineering Jul 9
Now’s the time to upgrade to your old microscope! To help you make the right choice we’ve written this helpful guide covering all the points you need to consider to make the right choice for you.
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Olympus Life Science 16h
Bzzzz... Give us a RT if you love this image of a bee head! Image captured using the FV3000 confocal microscope.
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Elijah Horland #StayInPlayIn Jul 9
More photos from under my circuitry These are late first-instar caterpillar. The outer skin is almost entirely transparent and you can see the 2nd instar skin moving (undulating?) separately below the fluid.
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Erik A. Rodriguez 21h
Bacteria aggregate (d = 1,000 um) in Potomac River water. Nuclei stained fluorescent red. There are ~1,600 bacteria in this aggregate! Aggregates allow bacteria to survive chemical, physical, & biological stress. Happy ! 🦠🔬
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Elijah Horland #StayInPlayIn Jul 9
What else did I see pointing a circuitry at ? This is a mid first-instar caterpillar. It's outer skin just started to become translucent. The inner skin you can see beneath will become its second-instar skin when it sheds.
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Sperm Shopper 4h
Various types of microscopes & their uses in analysis & IVF Reviews of the different types of and the best for your analysis ➡️
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DealeXtreme Jul 8
A great gift and toy for kind, Mini Camera Microscope with 0 to 200 Zoom
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MMS Microscopes Jul 8
Microscope camera kits that will adapt to virtually any microscope. Contact us for expert free advice and a competitive priced quotation
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WITec Jul 9
imaging reveals intricate details of properties. The first image visualizes crystal defects, while the second shows local strain/doping effects.
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mesoSPIM Jul 8
max projection of plaques and blood vessels in an iDISCO-cleared APP/PS1 mouse brain. Thanks again to Anna-Maria Reuss ( lab, ) for this sample!
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Les Bird Jul 8
Insect (I think a termite?) through the microscope 😬 creepy
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Elijah Horland #StayInPlayIn Jul 9
Playing with my last night, its for circuitry but I wanted to see my close up. Some need re-do. I've only gotten late first-instar. There's a TON more to shoot. Eastern eggs on fennel, 1 day old.
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Pacific Plankton Jul 7
Not technically plankton, this is a Brine Shrimp I have been raising for a project. It is in the class Branchiopoda which means “gill feet” you certainly can see all the flapping delicate feet. . . .
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An.D Quantum 1h
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Hector Rodriguez Jul 9
Non-keratinized layered flat epithelia are found on the mucosal surface and in some regions of the esophagus. Its cells replicate from the basal layer, with cubic morphology, becoming polygonal (thorny layer) and flat in the highest areas, to be finally scaled
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NT-MDT S.I. Jul 8
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