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Fungal infection of Arabidopsis (flowering plant) root | 2009 Photomicrography Competition | Nikon Small World

Fungal infection of Arabidopsis (flowering plant) root | 2009 Photomicrography Competition | Nikon Small World

Developing nerve cells...I just cannot get over the marvel of the making of our bodies...

Developing nerve cells...I just cannot get over the marvel of the making of our bodies...

Toenail Fungus!  If you have a toenail fungus problem, come to Beautiful Toenails in Southfield, MI!  Call (248) 945-1000 TODAY to set up an appointment with us or visit our website www.toenailfungu.pro to find out more information!

Toenail Fungus! If you have a toenail fungus problem, come to Beautiful Toenails in Southfield, MI! Call (248) 945-1000 TODAY to set up an appointment with us or visit our website www.toenailfungu.pro to find out more information!

False-colour scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the fungus Trichophyton faviforme, member of the genus that causes the skin condition tinea or ringworm. Here, asci (spore-containing bodies) are seen close-up, produced at the end of threads (hyphae) of the fungal mycelium. Many species of Trichophyton cause ringworm in animals and humans. Ringworm (tinea) is a fungal skin infection which occurs on the scalp, body, male genitals (jock itch), feet (athlete's foot) and occasionally the nails.

False-colour scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the fungus Trichophyton faviforme, member of the genus that causes the skin condition tinea or ringworm. Here, asci (spore-containing bodies) are seen close-up, produced at the end of threads (hyphae) of the fungal mycelium. Many species of Trichophyton cause ringworm in animals and humans. Ringworm (tinea) is a fungal skin infection which occurs on the scalp, body, male genitals (jock itch), feet (athlete's foot) and occasionally the nails.

styleguide, fungus attaches to cell to extract genes    DARKFIELD MICROSCOPY (PARASITIZED WHITE BLOOD CELL)

styleguide, fungus attaches to cell to extract genes DARKFIELD MICROSCOPY (PARASITIZED WHITE BLOOD CELL)

Arabidopsis thaliana root in GUS assays

Arabidopsis thaliana root in GUS assays

Wheat stigma infected with Claviceps fungus, by Dr. Fernán Federici, University of Cambridge, Plant Sciences Department, Cambridge, UK, and Dr. Anna Gordon, NIAB, Cambridge, UK. (Olympus BioScapes)

Wheat stigma infected with Claviceps fungus, by Dr. Fernán Federici, University of Cambridge, Plant Sciences Department, Cambridge, UK, and Dr. Anna Gordon, NIAB, Cambridge, UK. (Olympus BioScapes)

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