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El rotíferos (Rotatoria) de Alemania y coutries vecinos: Cephalodella catellina Mueller 1786, Notommatidae, Ploimida, monogononta, rotíferos, Syndermata

The Rotifers (Rotatoria) of Germany and neighbouring coutries: Cephalodella catellina Mueller Notommatidae, Ploimida, Monogononta, Rotifera, Syndermata

Crystal twinning patterns in a leucite crystal from volcanic rock, observed in polarized light by Dr. Michael M. Raith of the Steinmann Institut, University of Bonn, Bonn, Germany

Leucite crystal from volcanic rock showing polysynthetic lamellar twins formed by the cubic- tetrago Dr. Michael M. Raith Steinmann Institut, University of Bonn, Germany Transmitted polarized light, crossed polarization

Freshwater and other micro-organisms from Germany:Gloeotrichia echinulata, Procaryota/ Cyanobacteria

Freshwater and other micro-organisms from Germany:Gloeotrichia echinulata, Procaryota/ Cyanobacteria

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20 impresionantes fotografías microscópicas ganadoras de este original concurso

Living diatom Mediopyxis helysia, showing the cell nuclei and golden chloroplasts, On top there is a bacteria colony in mucilage. Captured using brightfield microscopy by Wolfgang Bettighofer,

Diatomeas en forma de abanico, que representa el juegensii especies Licmophora, han trabado en las algas rojas en esta imagen en cuarto lugar por Wolfgang Alemania Bettighofer. Licmophora células son capaces de moverse y con el apoyo a través de sensores de luz, busque un lugar con la exposición a la luz adecuada. Entonces se produce un tallo pegajosa que los mantiene conectados a su base. La muestra fue recogida de aguas salobres del Mar Báltico.

un mundo casi invisible a nuestros ojos

Wolfgang Bettighofer of Kiel, Germany captured this place multi-layer image of living Licmophora juergensii on red alga, together with the diatom Cocconeis and filamentous cyanobacterial colonies.

A water flea (Daphnia sp.) among green algae (Volvox sp.), an image by Dr. Ralf Wagner of Düsseldorf, Germany.

The Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition / A water flea (Daphnia sp.) and green algae (Volvox sp.) captured with darkfield and flash by Dr. Ralf Wagner of Dusseldorf, Germany.

Los rotíferos (Rotatoria) de Alemania y coutries vecinos: Cephalodella auriculata, Notommatidae, Ploimida, monogononta, rotíferos, Syndermata

Los rotíferos (Rotatoria) de Alemania y coutries vecinos: Cephalodella auriculata, Notommatidae, Ploimida, monogononta, rotíferos, Syndermata

An image featuring a water flea's "crown of thorns"--the snaking ridge at top left... Photograph courtesy Dr. Jan Michels, Olympus BioScapes

An image featuring a water flea's "crown of thorns"--the snaking ridge at top left--took top honors in the 2009 BioScapes microscope imaging contest,

2005 // HM // Mr. Karl Deckart // Eckental, Germany Specimen: Tree Section Technique: Rheinberg Illumination Tags: Plant // Rheinberg IlluminationRheinberg Illumination - Olympus BioScapes

Karl Deckart // Eckental, Germany Specimen: Tree Section Technique: Rheinberg Illumination Tags: Plant // Rheinberg IlluminationRheinberg Illumination - Olympus BioScapes

Los rotíferos (Rotatoria) de Alemania y coutries vecinos: Cephalodella auriculata, Notommatidae, Ploimida, monogononta, rotíferos, Syndermata

Los rotíferos (Rotatoria) de Alemania y coutries vecinos: Cephalodella auriculata, Notommatidae, Ploimida, monogononta, rotíferos, Syndermata

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