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Pumpkin Stem - Photomicroscopy New Slides Photo from Dave Bullock / eecue, a programmer and photographer living in Downtown Los Angeles Microscopic Photography, Macro Photography, Science Art, Science And Nature, Science Lessons, Life Science, Patterns In Nature, Textures Patterns, Pumpkin Stem

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Photomicroscopy New Slides Photo Album from Dave Bullock / eecue, a programmer and photographer living in Downtown Los Angeles

Beech woolly aphid found on a copper beech tree leaf. x More info on website. Beech Tree Leaves, Microscope Pictures, Copper Beech, Teaching Science, Beach Photos, Website, Outdoor, Outdoors, Outdoor Games

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Beech woolly aphid found on a copper beech tree leaf. x 40. More info on website.

Chromosomes visible in cells undergoing mitosis in bean roots. These are from prepared slides purchased from suppliers. Used with a class when teaching mitosis Microscope Pictures, Mitosis, Roots, Teaching, Photo And Video, Education, Learning, Training, Educational Illustrations

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Chromosomes visible in cells undergoing mitosis in bean roots. These are x100 from prepared slides purchased from suppliers. Used with a class when teaching mitosis

Xylem from a piece of tinned rhubarb. Stained with methylene blue x The rhubarb is soft as it has been cooked and put in a tin. This makes it easier to tease out. Methylene Blue, Microscope Pictures, Teaching Science, Planets, Tin, Amazing

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Xylem from a piece of tinned rhubarb. Stained with methylene blue x 100. The rhubarb is soft as it has been cooked and put in a tin. This makes it easier to tease out.

Pond water full of spirogyra. Rather wonderful spiral chloroplast  is visible. Microscope Pictures, Spiral, Pond, Water, Gripe Water, Water Pond, Aqua

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Pond water full of spirogyra. Rather wonderful spiral chloroplast is visible.

Shepherd's purse x 10 through a hand lens. Tiny aphids just visible. Above them you can see the distinctive heart-shaped seed pods - the "purses" that help give the plant it's name. Microscope Pictures, Seed Pods, Lens, Purses, Heart, Handbags, Wallets, Purses And Handbags, Lentils

Shepherd's purse x 10 through a hand lens. Tiny aphids just visible. Above them you can see the distinctive heart-shaped seed pods - the "purses" that help give the plant it's name.

 Beautiful blue background from the stamen and petal behind. Microscope Pictures, Blue Backgrounds, Waves, Outdoor, Beautiful, Outdoors, Outdoor Games, Wave

Hyacinth pollen. Beautiful blue background from the stamen and petal behind. X400.

Photo is from wiki commons - Author: Nbnidhi When teaching about unicellular organisms, get some pond water and look for microscopic creatures. More at the weblink below. Microscope Pictures, Pond, Creatures, Author, Teaching, Water, Gripe Water, Water Pond, Learning

KS3 Unicellular organisms resources - Exciting microscope work.

Photo is from wiki commons - Author: Nbnidhi When teaching about unicellular organisms, get some pond water and look for microscopic creatures. More at the weblink below.

 Biology Coach Online is the source page for resources to help the biology or life science student succeed in the. Science Student, Life Science, Microscope Pictures, My Future Job, Nasal Cavity, Biology Teacher, Muscle Tissue, Respiratory System

The answer to last week's #MysteryAnatomy structure was #Pseudostratified_Ciliated_Columnar_Epithelium (PCCE). PCCE is composed of several types of #cells with varying shapes and functions. Because the distance between nuclei vary, this tissue appears stratified (hence its name "pseudostratified"). [PCCE is not truly stratified as each cell is attached to the basement membrane.] PCCE possesses #cilia and can be found lining the #nasal_cavity, #trachea, primary #bronchi, and parts of the male…

Science teachers find interesting practical work for your students that is effective. Microscope Pictures, Teaching Science, Ruler, Website, Phone, Blog, Telephone, Blogging, Mobile Phones

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Sand grain X40. Picture taken with mobile phone camera. thanks to Anwar. Ruler in picture to help calculate actual size of the grain. More on website at practical science teaching blog.