brettkingery: Anatomy of plant cells I’m sort of blown away when I think about the fact that plants share so much of our basic molecular biology yet have evolved so independently as to have these completely alien structures. Plus, you know, photosynthesis, which is its own kind of biological magic. Plants, you’re pretty great.

Anatomy of Plant Cells by Frederic Elfving 1929 “ Biologists are fascinated by the processes of life in all its forms. They study microscopic cells, vast ecosystems, and everything in between.

Cellular World   8 x 10 print, cells, abstract, botany, science

Cellular World 8 x 10 print, cells, abstract, botany, science /// ----Célula eucariota (Vegetal) ----///

explore-blog:      Such gorgeous vintage anatomy of plant cells. Complement with Ernst Haeckel’s stunning 19th-century biological illustrations.       Mmmmm inspiration.   (via explore-blog)

meristematic zone of a root tip zone, along with the root cap (at the very bottom) and elongated cells (fat cells at the top) Anatomy of Plant Cells by Frederic Elfving 1929

Holy crap! The most beautiful Petri dishes I've ever seen... where Science and Art collide.

Klari Reis has an ongoing project called The Daily Dish Every day she posts pictures of her stunning hand-painted petri dishes which resemble live bacteria samples.

In 1936, two physicists at the Biological Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island, New York, reported that red blood cells in the bodies of people and animals carry enough electricity to light up …

❄۞Φ Fractals Φ۞❄ ~ This fractal, Cells Alive, is a winner at “Benoît Mandelbrot Fractal Art Contest It will show in “International Congress of Mathematicians Hyderabad, India.

Microscopic Lifeforms of Light by Reciprocity, via Flickr

These images are analog formed directly on to negative film by the refraction pattern of light passing through a formed plastic shape. "Microscopic Lifeforms of Light" by Reciprocity

Grew, Nehemiah, 1641-1712.  The anatomy of plants - Biodiversity Heritage Library

The anatomy of plants / Nehemiah Grew. Nehemiah Grew September 1641 – 25 March was an English plant anatomist and physiologist, very famously known as the “Father of Plant Physiology.

Brain dream plain, thick folk art and burton

golgi, professor of histology in pavia, made many important histological studies and is well known for his discovery of the silver chromate methods of staining nervous tissue and described several previously unknown types of nerve cells.