RMHN6YYJ–Lambton Quay with Protoplasm sculpture by Phil Price, Wellington, New Zealand
RFDCG37X–Microscopic view of Canine Parvovirus.
RF2JKWN8A–Cell sectional view with all the main organelles: nucleus, reticulum.
RFRBGABK–Lycogala epidendrum, commonly known as wolf's milk or groening's slime mold
RMB657FF–Protoplasm of a Slime mold (Lycogala epidendrum) Myxomycota growing over rotting wood and forming fruiting bodies.
RMG36Y0J–Protoplasm kinetic sculpture on corner Lambton Quay and Featherston and Hunter Streets Wellington
RMBYCA52–White Slime Mold, Mucilago crustacea, Didymiaceae, Amoebozoa. Growing on Live Vegetation.
RMHEWMGJ–Are Slime Moulds really Fungi? No, slime moulds are not fungi. They are members of the Kingdom Protozoa. They used to be included among the fungi because people found their dry fruiting structures in the woods when they were out collecting fungi. In fact, the most characteristic structure of a slime mould is a plasmodium -- a giant amoeba with thousands of nuclei in a single mass of protoplasm. This plasmodium moves around slowly in decaying organic matter or the soil, eating - swallowing up or ingesting -- bacteria and other tiny particles of organic matter.
RFT5WWYR–Lamella of Kitten Cornea with their granular protoplasm and large oval nuclei are brought out vintage line drawing or engraving illustration.
RM2BTCG7B–'Protoplasm' by Phil Price on Lambton Quay,Central Business District,Wellington City,North Island,New Zealand
RM2A6R1K1–SLIME MOULD; LYCUGLA TERRESTRE
RME2DRED–New Zealand North island Wellington the sculpture Protoplasm (2002 by Phil Price) in front of the historic building MLC (Mutual
RM2A29D6R–Amoeba, darkfield photomicrograph
RMBWTK68–Myxomycetes slime mold fruit fruiting body grassland nature natural wild wildlife environment environmental europe european
RMF49B7B–Slime mould growing on the cut end of a palm root in the rainforest, Ecuador
RFMN8JE4–Statue of Johann Evangelist Purkinje in Prague
RFK9D56E–Vector cartoon clip art illustration of a green slime blob monster or creature with a dumb expression on its face and covered with spikes. Good for ga
RMHN6YYA–Lambton Quay with Protoplasm sculpture by Phil Price, Wellington, New Zealand
RFDCG36T–Microscopic view of human anitbodies with red blood cells.
RFHW05KT–Tiny black slime mould on beech (Fagus sylvatica) leaf. Colony of small black mushrooms on leaf litter in British beech woodland
RFKJP0NB–Differential interference contrast light micrograph of different species of fossil unicellular radiolarians (protozoa), from Barbados. Here, finely structured skeletons of different fossil types of radiolarian are seen. Made of silicates, the skeleton divides the inner cell nucleus and protoplasm from external protoplasm which extends out of the holes in the skeleton. In this way, radiolarians feed by trapping micro- organisms in the water. These tiny skeletons are among nature's most beautiful structures, and each species has a unique design. Plankton provides marine food.
RFRCFJ18–Lycogala epidendrum, commonly known as wolf's milk or groening's slime mold
RFT7HJ4J–Vector cartoon illustration for study in school. Human somatic cells: neuron, erythrocyte, epithelial cell, muscle cell.
RMBYCA5J–White Slime Mold, Mucilago crustacea, Didymiaceae, Amoebozoa. Growing on Live Vegetation.
RFW36FGY–Rough x chromosomes image background
RF2B771F1–Represents the outflowing pseudopodia and the enclosure of the shell by a thin layer of protoplasm, the nucleus in the central protoplasm, vintage lin
RFH85CAT–Plasma Membrane Of Cell With other molecules, 3d render
RF2G6XNM9–Explain the process of nutrition and digestion in Amoeba
RME2DREE–New Zealand North island Wellington the sculpture Protoplasm (2002 by Phil Price) in front of the historic building MLC (Mutual
RF2EGB0CG–Plasmodium stage of a slime mould. In montane rainforest near Cosanga, ECuador
RFMN8JEN–Statue of Johann Evangelist Purkinje in Prague
RM2ABWTWW–London Furniture Exhibition. The World's Inventors. Ir Protoplasm. Selecting a Horse. Manufacture of Rubber Shoes. Clerks and Mechanics., scientific american, 1883-06-23
RF2B124T7–Aqua blue slime mold in the Phyllum Mycetozoa, growing near the Robson River and Berg Lake with fallen petals of Broad-leaf Fireweed, in Mount Robson
RFD9NWKN–Conceptual image of cytoskeleton.
RMP7B2T0–English: Illustration from Report on the Radiolaria collected by H.M.S. Challenger during the years 1873-1876. Part III. Original description follows: Plate 2. Thalassosphærida. Diam. Fig. 1. Lampoxanthium pandora, n. sp., × 120 The central capsule exhibits distinct pore-canals in its membrane, and a clear interval between this and the coagulated and vacuolated protoplasm. The central nucleus contains numerous dark nucleoli. The spicula are scattered throughout the alveolate calymma. Fig. 2. Thalassoplancta brevispicula, n. sp. (vel Lampoxanthium brevispiculum), × 120 The central capsule
RF2EGB0B2–Plasmodium stage of a slime mould. In montane rainforest near Cosanga, ECuador
RFTBBGF7–The origin of life on Earth. Abstract variation on the theme of life originated in water 3.8 billion years ago
RM2K455P4–Slime Mould spend most of their lives as microscopic single cell amoeboid like Protozoans. When they coalesce and mate they form these slime moulds
RM2ABW4DB–SPRINGS THEIR POWER AND USES. PROTOPLASM. SKINNING AND STUFFING BIRDS. WHY DON'T BOYS LEARN TRADES 1—MECHANICAL LABOR., scientific american, 1869-04-24
RMH66M6W–Vintage Whiskas Pedigree cat and dog food advert
RFD9NRHW–Microscopic view of HIV virus.
RMP7B2T2–English: Illustration from Report on the Radiolaria collected by H.M.S. Challenger during the years 1873-1876. Part III. Original description follows: Plate 1. Thalassicollida. Diam. Fig. 1. Actissa princeps, n. sp., × 300 The entire living Spumellarium. c, The spherical central capsule containing finely granulated protoplasm, which is radially striated in the cortical zone; v, spherical vacuoles enclosed by the protoplasm; n, the spherical nucleus in the centre; l, the concentric nucleolus; f, the radial pseudopodia which pierce the calymma or the (yellowish) jelly-envelope of the central
RF2NMMBNK–Collenchyma structure, illustration
RFFWH2CP–The cell and protoplasm (1940)
RMW28DWH–Archive image from page 428 of Cyclopedia of American horticulture, comprising. Cyclopedia of American horticulture, comprising suggestions for cultivation of horticultural plants, descriptions of the species of fruits, vegetables, flowers, and ornamental plants sold in the United States and Canada, together with geographical and biographical sketches cyclopediaofamer03bail3 Year: 1900 PROTEA PROTOPLASM 1439 shows for many successive seasons, is as certain as that they were once the glories of the old flue-heated houses that our forefathers called stoves, in which orchids quickly perished, a
RMW314J5–PSM V85 D124 Styela gastrula and larva showing organ and protoplasm distribution
RF2KEA7M9–Lipid bilayer or phospholipid bilayer. 3D rendering.
RMC93FMK–The protoplasm sculpture by Phil Price on Lambton Quay, Wellington's popular shopping district in Wellington, New Zealand
RFEW45C9–The origins of life. Protoplasm collected in the depths of the sea (gr: 700 diameters), vintage engraved illustration. Earth before man – 1886.
RFH85C5N–Plasma Membrane Of Cell With other molecules, 3d render
RM2AJKXEH–General physiology; an outline of the science of life . If a constant current besent through the body of the amoeba when the latter is extendingits pseudopodia in various directions, it is seen that the bodyassumes at once the typical form of Amoeba Umax, i.e., the extendedform in which the protoplasm flows in a single direction, the bodyin a certain sense representing a single, large, thick pseudopodium.. Fig. 200.—Pelomyxa palv .it ria. /, Normal, spherically contracted. //, At the moment of making,the protoplasm begins to disintegrate at the anode. It is thus shown that the extended body is
RM2A29D87–Amoeba, darkfield photomicrograph
RF2B8JCFK–Cell membrane and biology, biological concept, 3d rendering. Computer digital drawing.
RF2M801F3–Slime mould growing on the rainforest floor, Orellana province, Ecuador
RFT4D4AW–The origin of life on Earth. Abstract variation on the theme of life originated in water 3.8 billion years ago
RM2K32GHN–The slime moulds are not related to fungi. Now considered a type of Protozoa they make these mobile plasmodium structures when feeding is easy
RM2ABW7JP–Protoplasm again. experiments. How many Hours Constitute a Day's Work? Milk Coolers. Formation of Gold Nuggets. Manufacture of Spring Knives. Sunstroke. Prolonged Vigils., scientific american, 1871-06-24
RMAK3WNK–Giant Amoeba Chaos carolinensis at 50x
RFD9NRT2–Microscopic view of Mitochondria.
RMP7B2W1–English: Illustration from Report on the Radiolaria collected by H.M.S. Challenger during the years 1873-1876. Part III. Original description follows: Plate 20. Liosphærida et Astrosphærida. Diam. Fig. 1. Drymosphæra dendrophora, n. sp., × 300 Fig. 1a. Meridional section through the central capsule. In the centre the large spherical nucleus is visible. The protoplasm around it is distinctly radiate. From the central capsule arise numerous club-shaped apophyses or cæcal sacs, which are protruded through the meshes of the inner shell, × 300 Fig. 1b. Basal part of a single radial spine, and
RM2AD8T0K–Abstract variation on the theme of life originated in water 3.8 billion years ago
RFFWH2CN–The cell and protoplasm (1940)
RMW22F72–Archive image from page 13 of The Danish Ingolf-Expedition (1914). The Danish Ingolf-Expedition danishingolfexpe0505ingo Year: 1914 STYLASTERIDAE which the stolons emerge. Examination of serial sections seems to suggest, that the endoderm in the basal part itself is strongly vacuolated; but this may also be due to the imperfect state of preserva- tion. The protoplasm is here strongly granulated and all indicates, that the albumen cells (cf. Schneider 1902 p. 579) form the principal mass of the endoderm in the basal part of the polyp, whilst the nutriment cells are in majority in the endod
RMA4B44E–Photomicrograph of living ameba
RF2KEA7NH–Lipid bilayer or phospholipid bilayer. 3D rendering.
RMC93FNF–The protoplasm sculpture by Phil Price on Lambton Quay, Wellington's popular shopping district in Wellington, New Zealand
RF2B76TNT–Labels: cent. caps, central capsule; ext. caps. pr, extra-capsular protoplasm; int. cap. pr, intra-capsular protoplasm; and other, vintage line drawin
RFH85C7M–Plasma Membrane Of Cell With other molecules, 3d render
RM2AG09GB–. The cell; outlines of general anatomy and physiology. the second law, in a spherical egg, for instance, inwhich protoplasm and yolk are evenly distributed, the axis of thecentrally laid nuclear spindle may coincide with the direction ofany radius whatever ; whereas, on the contrary, in an oval proto-plasmic body it can only coincide with the longest diameter. Ina circular protoplasmic disc the spindle axis is parallel to the 218 THE CELL surface in any of the diameters, but in an oval disc it is parallelonly to the longest diameter. The phenomena observed during cell division, and especially
RF2G23H2K–Cell membrane with white background, 3d rendering. Computer digital drawing.
RF2PG7WMD–Amoeba Polypodia Vector Icon
RFTA365M–The origin of life on Earth. Abstract variation on the theme of life originated in water 3.8 billion years ago
RF2K0RBBP–Scientific Designing of Collenchyma Structure. The Plant Tissue That Consists of Living Elongated Cells. Colorful Symbols. Vector Illustration.
RMAXEYWD–Surrounded by hanging carcasses, a butcher saws at a joint of meat at Smithfield meat market in the City of London, UK.
RFR3GCM6–Macro of Yellow Slime Mould (Physarum polycephalum) Growing and Network Forming in Agar Petri Dish. Biology Laboratory Project, Scotland, UK.
RFDCG37N–Microscopic view of Canine Parvovirus.
RMP7B2W0–English: Illustration from Report on the Radiolaria collected by H.M.S. Challenger during the years 1873-1876. Part III. Original description follows: Plate 19. Astrosphærida. Diam. Fig. 1. Drymosphæra polygonalis, n. sp., × 200 Fig. 2. Leptosphæra hexagonalis, n. sp., × 200 Showing the central capsule (forming numerous club-shaped protuberances) and the simple spherical nucleus in its centre. The skeleton is nearly the same as in Diplosphæra hexagonalis (fig. 3). Fig. 3. Diplosphæra hexagonalis, n. sp., × 200 The spherical central capsule, with radially striped protoplasm, is enclosed
RF2CD2C99–PLASMA text by dancing dice letters, 3D illustration
RFFWH2CT–The cell and protoplasm (1940)
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