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Eye de la Fly

Place, Dr Michael John Bridge HSC Core Research Facilities - Cell Imaging Lab, University of Utah Eye organ of a Drosophila melanogaster (fruit fly) third-instar larvae

A Road Map and Dictionary for the Brain - Multiple labeling with antibodies specific against various neural proteins reveals different regions, cells, fibers and connections of the brain of the fruit fly, Drosophila. Shown here is the left hemisphere seen from the front. Credit Kei Ito et al.

A Road Map and Dictionary for the Brain - Multiple labeling with antibodies specific against various neural proteins reveals different regions, cells, fibers and connections of the brain of the fruit fly, Drosophila.

Testis of a fruit fly

Testis of a fruit fly - The most incredible microscope images of 2016 reveal a beautiful, hidden universe - Page 42 of 92 - Business Insider

20-hour-old embryo of the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster

scienceyoucanlove: Drosophila melanogaster embryo at stage 17 of embryonic development Artist: Samantha Warrington Prints can be ordered here

Drosophila ovary. Image by Denise Montell, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.

biocanvas: An entire ovary from the fruit fly, Drosophila sp. Image by Denise Montell, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.

The nervous system of an adult fruit fly, Drosophila melanogaster.

Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition

A confocal image of a reconstruction of a fruit fly (Drosophila sp.) nervous system by Dr. Jana Boerner of Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Florida

Confocal image: Fruit Fly ovary section

Ting Xie, Stowers Institute - Kansas City, Missouri, USA Specimen: Fruit fly ovary section Technique: Confocal

Compound eye of Drosophila melanogaster (fruit fly) | Drosophila | Nikon’s Small World

Compound eye of Drosophila melanogaster (fruit fly)

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Best Microscope Photos From 2011 Nikon Small World Contest

Donna Stolz University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA Subject Matter: Mammalian cell collage stained for various proteins and organelles, assembled into a wreath Technique: Single slice confocal cell mosaic

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The Year's Best Smallest Photography

Gerd Guenther, Düsseldorf, Germany Specimen: Soap film pattern on a horizontal, thin soap film.

A Drosophila melanogaster embryo using in situ hybridization to visualize mRNA expression of the gap gene giant (red) and the pair-rule gene even-skipped (blue), with Sytox Green (Invitrogen) used to localize nuclei. Specimen preparation and imaging by Cecelia Miles, Dr. Martin Kreitman's lab; projection and cover design by Dr. Vytas Bindokas; University of Chicago, USA.

A Drosophila melanogaster embryo using in situ hybridization to visualize mRNA expression of the gap gene giant (red) and the pair-rule gene even-skipped (blue), with Sytox Green (Invitrogen) used to localize nuclei.

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