¡Explora Microscopio, Ciencia y más!

Explorar temas relacionados

Eye de la Fly

Eye de la Fly

"This section through a mouse stomach shows where food is digested (black area near the top) by enzymes and acids made by the green and magenta cells, respectively, while the red cells lining the stomach's surface secrete mucus to protect the stomach from self-digestion." From The Scientist

"This section through a mouse stomach shows where food is digested (black area near the top) by enzymes and acids made by the green and magenta cells, respectively, while the red cells lining the stomach's surface secrete mucus to protect the stomach from self-digestion." From The Scientist

Art of Science Competition / Gallery - Easter Bonnet

Art of Science Competition / Gallery - Easter Bonnet

50 Micro Pics - Phytoplankton never looked so sparkly. These diatoms, or single-celled algae species, glitter under the microscope like tiny jewels. Diatoms...Click for more pics

Magnificent Microphotography: 50 Tiny Wonders

50 Micro Pics - Phytoplankton never looked so sparkly. These diatoms, or single-celled algae species, glitter under the microscope like tiny jewels. Diatoms...Click for more pics

sección óptica individual a través de la punta de la tripa de una Drosophila melanogaster larva expresar un reportero de actividad de la vía de señalización Notch (verde), y se tiñeron con el citoesqueleto (rojo) y nuclear (azul) marcadores Técnica: Confocal Aumentos: 25x

Fotos microscópicas Impresionantes

sección óptica individual a través de la punta de la tripa de una Drosophila melanogaster larva expresar un reportero de actividad de la vía de señalización Notch (verde), y se tiñeron con el citoesqueleto (rojo) y nuclear (azul) marcadores Técnica: Confocal Aumentos: 25x

Almost as clearly as a textbook diagram, this image made by a noncontact atomic force microscope reveals the positions of individual atoms and bonds, in a molecule having 26 carbon atoms and 14 hydrogen atoms structured as three connected benzene rings. Credit: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and University of California at Berkeley

Almost as clearly as a textbook diagram, this image made by a noncontact atomic force microscope reveals the positions of individual atoms and bonds, in a molecule having 26 carbon atoms and 14 hydrogen atoms structured as three connected benzene rings. Credit: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and University of California at Berkeley

fotos microscopicas de biologia - Buscar con Google

fotos microscopicas de biologia - Buscar con Google

Una neurona en la retina

Una neurona en la retina

Telophase HeLa (cancer) cells expressing Aurora B-EGFP (green)

Telophase HeLa (cancer) cells expressing Aurora B-EGFP (green)

A larva in the ocean. Psoroptes bovis | Christian Gautier | Nikon Small World

A larva in the ocean. Psoroptes bovis | Christian Gautier | Nikon Small World

Pinterest
Buscar