Different Electron microscope images - a different world


The below images are false coloured to enable appreciation of the structures.

A false-color scanning electron micrograph of a marine diatom undergoing cell division. The two thecae of this diatom are gettong separated.

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A false-colour scanning electron micrograph of pollen grains from a cucumber plant
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Scanning electron microscope image of pollen grains from a variety of common plants: sunflower, morning glory, prairie hollyhock, oriental lily, evening primrose and castor bean.
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A false-colour scanning electron micrograph of grass pollen grains, a major cause of hay fever.
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Fly foot gets a grip with sticky hairs and with claws shaped like a set of bull's horns. In the false-color scanning electron micrograph, the footpads of a syrphid fly quite sililar to the commmon fly.
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Actual scanning electron microscope photograph of human chromosomes, with false colour.
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Scales on a Butterfly Wing

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This image is a false colour SEM image of a spider's silk spigots.
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A false-color scanning electron micrograph of a T cell
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False color scanning electron micrograph showing leukocytes (blue) and erythrocytes (red) within a guinea pig femoral bone marrow sinus


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