a_murzilka (a_murzilka) wrote,
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Макро креатив! (уже без заморочек на перевод подборка из галерей олимпусного конкуса)

Mr. Chao Zhang

Mr. Chao Zhang


Beijing Language and Culture University

Beijing, China

Specimen: Curculionidae “snout beetle”

Technique: Interference contrast




Dr. Fernan Federici and Dr. Anna Gordon

Dr. Fernan Federici and Dr. Anna Gordon


Department of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge and The Bingham Laboratory, NIAB

Cambridge, United Kingdom

Specimen: Wheat Stigma infected with Claviceps fungus

Technique: Confocal microscopy, 40x objective




Mr. James H. Nicholson

Mr. James H. Nicholson


NOAA/NOS/NCCOS, Fort Johnson Marine Resources Center

Charleston, South Carolina, USA

Specimen: Underwater image of live coral Montastraea annularis. Note polyp tissue (green) around the mouth and base of the tentacles and zooxanthellae (red fluorescence from chlorophyll) in the tissue between polyps. Tentacles also are visible.

Technique: Fluorescence






Mr. Mike Crutchley

Mr. Mike Crutchley


Pembrokeshire, Wales, United Kingdom

Specimen: Hydroid collected from kelp sample

Technique: Epi-illumination, image stack




Dr. Sandra Dieni

Dr. Sandra Dieni


Institute of Anatomy and Cell Biology, Albert-Ludwigs University

Freiburg, Germany

Specimen: Adult mouse hippocampus, a region of the brain involved in learning and memory. Reactive astroglia (pale yellow) have proliferated and enlarged
in response to neuronal activity over time.

Technique: Confocal microscopy, Z-stack of 7 slices




Mr. John Dolan

Mr. John Dolan


Station Zoologique B.P. 28

Villefranche-sur-Mer, France

Specimen: Marine plankton Petalotricha ampulla with cilia extended

Technique: Differential interference contrast microscopy




Mr. David Domozych

Dr. David Domozych


Department of Biology, Skidmore College

Saratoga Springs, New York, USA

Specimen: Green alga Penium margaritaceum. The cell wall is green and the chloroplast is represented by autofluorescence.

Technique: Confocal microscopy




Dr. Steve Lowry

Dr. Steve Lowry


Portstewart, Co. Londonderry, United Kingdom

Specimen: Water lily Nymphae alba showing idioblast on transverse section of stem

Technique: Polarized light




Ms. Kathryn Markey

Ms. Kathryn Markey


Aquatic Diagnostic Laboratory, Roger Williams University

Bristol, Rhode Island, USA

Specimen: Juvenile live bay scallop Argopecten irradians

The ultimate goal of this research is to help restore scallop populations in Rhode Island.

Technique: Stereomicroscopy, 1x magnification




Dr. Dalibor Matysek

Dr. Dalibor Matэsek


Mining University - Technical University of Ostrava

Ostrava, Czech Republic

Specimen: Young sporangia of slime mold Arcyria stipata

Technique: Fluorescence




Dr. Dalibor Matysek

Dr. Dalibor Matэsek


Mining University - Technical University of Ostrava

Ostrava, Czech Republic

Specimen: Sporangium of the slime mold Craterium minutum

Technique: Fluorescence




Dr. Dalibor Matysek

Dr. Dalibor Matэsek


Mining University - Technical University of Ostrava

Ostrava, Czech Republic

Specimen: Sporangium of the slime mold Physarum leucophaeum

Technique: Fluorescence




Mr. James H. Nicholson

Mr. James H. Nicholson


NOAA/NOS/NCCOS Fort Johnson Marine Lab

Charleston, South Carolina, USA

Specimen: Underwater image of live coral Montastraea annularis

Technique: Brightfield with oblique fiber optic illumination to emphasize nearly transparent tissue




Mr. Donald Pottle

Mr. Donald Pottle


The Schepens Eye Research Institute

Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Specimen: Mast cell - human eye with conjunctivitis. Image composed of 42 stacked sections.

Technique: Confocal microscopy




Ms. Yanping Wang

Ms. Yanping Wang


Beijing Planetarium

Beijing, China

Specimen: Portulaca seed

Technique: Stereomicroscopy




Ms. Lauren Piedmont

Ms. Lauren Piedmont


Harvard Medical School

Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Specimen: Pine Stem

Technique: Fluorescence





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