Under The Microscope


This is a blog dedicated to sharing and compiling many different images from under the microscope. From living to non-living, we can appreciate the invention of the microscope that has allowed us to see the into world of the very small.
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A dinoflagellate in motion. Courtesy of Dinoflagellates by Jean-Marie Cavanihac, France.

A dinoflagellate in motion. Courtesy of Dinoflagellates by Jean-Marie Cavanihac, France.

(Source: archives.microbeworld.org)

May 31st, 2011 + microscope + protist + dinoflagellate + science + 63 notes

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    weeeee
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    I get to show my kids this every fall as well…they are always amazed.
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