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In Images: 2012 Nikon Small World Contest Winners

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 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.

Explore the Inside of a Fruit Fly Brain in Stunning 3D

Explore the Inside of a Fruit Fly Brain in Stunning 3D

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.

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Golgi apparatus of eukaryotic cells functions in protein synthesis. I loved my molecular biology class and love this photo. Now, how to incorporate cell structure and cellular functions for my class?

Swine Flu under the microscope. (Looks like a swine alright)

This was meant to be funny. "Swine Flu under the microscope." Viruses don't have eyes, ears, curly tails or cute little pig noses.

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Place Photomicrographer: Jan Michels, Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, Germany Specimen: Ant head, frontal view Technique: Confocal, autofluorescence Image: Courtesy of Nikon Small World

This cross-section of a mouse intestine is labeled with a spectrum of fluorescent molecules. From the green and magenta digestive enzyme-producing cells to the red mucus-secreting cells, this is one of the most dynamic areas in the mammalian body: Each cell is replaced by another every 3-5 days.

This brilliant gastric image comes just in time for lunch through much of the Western Hemisphere - mouse stomach section with mucous-secreting cells (red) along stomach lining & acid-producing cells (green & magenta).

フォトレポート:顕微鏡で見る極小の世界--Nikon Small World受賞作品を紹介 - CNET Japan

フォトレポート:顕微鏡で見る極小の世界--Nikon Small World受賞作品を紹介

Cameron Johnson, The University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand. Wistar rat retina outlining the retinal vessel network and associated communication channels Confocal

Yet another Rainbow eucalyptus bark. I am astounded. via the mineral forests

Eucalyptus deglupta - also known as Rainbow Eucalyptus, Mindanao Gum, or Rainbow Gum

Jellyfish, viewed with ZEISS Lightsheet Z.1 microscope Helena Parra, Pompeu Fabra University, Spain

Tiny Jellyfish, viewed with ZEISS Lightsheet microscope Helena Parra, Pompeu Fabra University, Spain

Rostellar hook arrangement of a tapeworm at 30x magnification.  19th place Nikon Small World Competition.

Prize - Kenneth L. Tiekotter Good Samaritan Hospital - Portland, Oregon, USA Specimen: Rostellar hook arrangement of a tapeworm Technique: Polarized Light - Nikon MicroscopyU

stink bug eggs by pbertner, via Flickr

Thanks to bleu.geo for the ID. Looks more like an underwater anemone or some kind of alien. However I was told that they are probably eggs.

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