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Thin section of the lower stem of water milfoil Myriophyllum sp., stained with the fluorochrome calcofluor. Marsh plants tend to be rooted in anaerobic mud and so have air channels (aerenchyma) that conduct oxygen down to the roots. Photo and comment by Phil Gates.

A section of the lower stem of a water milfoil Myriophyllum sp. a type of freshwater aquatic plant stained with a fluorescent dye.

A cross section of a bamboo stem, showing the vascular tissue used to move water and nutrients through the plant.

A cross section of a bamboo stem, showing the vascular tissue used to move water and nutrients through the plant. Jim Haseloff Department of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge Cambridge, UK.

Diatom ~ Transmission electron micrograph of freshwater ~ brackish water diatom Stephanodiscus tenuis.

Fractal symmetry - Transmission electron micrograph of freshwater- brackish water diatom Stephanodiscus tenuis

Macro photos of animal eyes so weird

Funny pictures about Macro Photos of Animal Eyes. Oh, and cool pics about Macro Photos of Animal Eyes. Also, Macro Photos of Animal Eyes.

PX05-009b  Basswood Stem - cx of 1 year stem showing phloem tubes (clear), sclerenchyma (red) - Tilia spp.  100x

Basswood Stem - cx of 1 year stem showing phloem tubes (clear), sclerenchyma (red) - Tilia spp.

Ophrys tenthredinifera, stengel sectie [Rob Kesseler] door Centrum voor Beeld in wetenschap en kunst _ UL, via Flickr

Fractal symmetry in nature - Ophrys tenthredinifera, stem section [Rob Kesseler] by Center for Image in Science and Art

Picture of Bougainvillea Leaf Stalk, Macro Picture of Cell Structure of a plant, Section Cut Microscopic Nature, closeup plant life  , microscope, Mikroskopisch

Picture of Bougainvillea Leaf Stalk, Macro Picture of Cell Structure of a plant, Section Cut Microscopic Nature, closeup plant life

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