RMR82PKJ–Rotifer Testudinella patina, pondlife, UK
RMTR7348–green trumpet animalcule (Stentor polymorphus), with dark-field microscope, Germany
RFERTER3–Red blood cells isolated on white background
RFDMBHTX–Beetle on cut tree
RF2D50HHN–a lot of Termite nest
RFPB46EW–Cell of a living organism in the microscope
RM2A777G4–Three bristled trichoda, Trichoda triseta, microscopic protozoon. Illustration drawn by George Shaw and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's 'The Naturalist's Miscellany,' London, 1805.
RFEHGNTT–animal conjugation of Paramecium caudatum
RF2BXFT09–Sour pork or Nham is a popular native foods commonly consumed in the local the north of Thailand.
RFW4A1ED–Fresh pineapple peel on white background.(with Clipping Path).
RFD148P3–science micrograph of insects body cross section, moth caterpillar prodenia litura, with HE dye.
RM2J2A666–Eggs and fly larvae (pinkie) in fish eye. Larva uses pus or decomposing tissues as food; at same time, healthy cells are destroyed. Parasitic diseases
RFMN4CMW–PROTOZOA. Marine animalcule, Acineta 1896 old antique vintage print picture
RF2CGTAX8–The word or phrase Animalcule in a dictionary highlighted with marker.
RMTR7347–green trumpet animalcule (Stentor polymorphus), with dark-field microscope, Germany
RMP55TKH–Changeable cercaria, Cercaria mutabilis. Microscopic animalcule pond scum. Illustration signed S (George Shaw).. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's 'The Naturalist's Miscellany' 1792.. Frederick Polydore Nodder (17511801?) was a gifted natural history artist and engraver. Nodder honed his draftsmanship working on Captain Cook and Joseph Banks' Florilegium and engraving Sydney Parkinson's sketches of Australian plants. He was made 'botanic painter to her majesty' Queen Charlotte in 1785. Nodder also drew the botanical studies in Thomas Martyn's Flora Rust
RF2CGTAY3–The word or phrase Animalcule in a dictionary highlighted with marker.
RMW273HH–Archive image from page 36 of The cyclopædia of anatomy and. The cyclopædia of anatomy and physiology cyclopdiaofana0401todd Year: 1847 Dental apparatus of Chilodon ornatus. (After Ehrenberg.) are composed of a hard substance; for when the soft parts of the animalcule are crushed between two plates of glass, they still remain distinctly visible, proving that they are of a denser texture than the rest of the body. Their number varies in different genera from sixteen to thirty, the former being the minimum and the latter the maximum yet observed. In animalcules thus provided with a dental appa
RMP6F6FK–Three bristled trichoda, Trichoda triseta, microscopic protozoon. Illustration drawn by George Shaw and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's 'The Naturalist's Miscellany,' London, 1805.
RFPEKJ70–Cell of a living organism in the microscope
RM2AWGMNN–Kidney diseases, urinary deposits, and calculous disorders : their nature and treatment . Animalcule cage, also used for examining urinary deposits, Sec, under the microscope. p 97. rig. IS. I I [ I Simple glass cell
RF2GEDF6G–Volvox microalgae colony isolated on black background
RMPG3GXM–. How to use the microscope; a guide for the novice. Microscopes. PLATE 11. Portion of the Carnivorous Plant Bladderwort (Utrlcularia vulgaris), x 7 The leaves grow in water and bear little bladders which are traps for minute animalcule.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Hall, Charles Albert, 1872-. London, A. and C. Black
RFDE1YHY–Computer graphic design abstract background of microorganism cells
RMAP7PA6–Diseased maple leaf on white background
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