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Trees: the Inside Story

Almost as soon as plants colonised the land surface they began to compete for light, struggling to grow out of each other’s mutual shade. T...

 "food saturates every cell in your body" from master chef tv. Microscopy prints would make a great, colorful, abstract series for a wall somewhere. Tree of heaven section. Natural Structures, Natural Forms, Patterns In Nature, Textures Patterns, Beautiful Patterns, Motifs Organiques, Microscopic Photography, Micro Photography, Microscopic Images
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Microscopy prints would make a great, colorful, abstract series for a wall somewhere. Tree of heaven section. Microscopy. Cells. Red.

Scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of cancellous (spongy) bone of the human shin. Bone tissue is either compact or cancellous. Compact bone usually makes up the exterior of the bone, while cancellous bone is found in the interior. Cancellous bone is chara Natural Structures, Natural Forms, Microscopic Photography, Macro Photography, Organic Form, Organic Shapes, Patterns In Nature, Textures Patterns, Nature Pattern
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SEM of Human Shin Bone - Stock Image - C008/5058

Scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of cancellous (spongy) bone of the human shin. Bone tissue is either compact or cancellous.

raspberrytart: Dragonfly wing 4 - photoshop blue (by Xerones) // pattern Shades Of Turquoise, Shades Of Blue, Turquoise Color, Aqua Blue, Blue Green, Green Wing, Purple, Patterns In Nature, Textures Patterns

So adorable..

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Points You Should Know Prior To Obtaining Bouquets Beyond The Human Eye: Orchid Roots: Botanical Sponges Patterns In Nature, Textures Patterns, Nature Pattern, Ground Orchids, Photo Macro, Orchid Roots, Microscopic Photography, Micro Photography, Macro And Micro
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Orchid Roots: Botanical Sponges

You can crudely divide orchids into two groups: ground orchids, rooted in the soil - like Pleione species, for example - and epiphytic orchids like the one below, that often grow on the branches of trees in tropical forests. The dangling roots of the epiphytic types have a dual role, sometimes anchoring the plant and always acting as storage vessels for water that they absorb from mist and sudden tropical downpours. If you cut a section through one of these roots (above) you can see their…

Cross-section of a stem of basswood Schmeltzer Crone Isn't this badass? Tree lovin, down to the microscopic detail. I had a hard time not pinning this in the art folder. Microscopic Photography, Macro Photography, Science Art, Science And Nature, Patterns In Nature, Textures Patterns, Macro And Micro, Art Folder, Things Under A Microscope
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blamoscience

scipsy: “ Cross-section of a 3-yr old woody stem of basswood (Tilia) (via cortland.edu) ”

Confocal microscopy of plant tissue. Science Art, Science And Nature, Science Photos, Patterns In Nature, Textures Patterns, Beautiful Patterns, Motifs Organiques, Confocal Microscopy, Biology Art
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Confocal microscopy of plant tissues

Flickr is almost certainly the best online photo management and sharing application in the world. Show off your favorite photos and videos to the world, securely and privately show content to your friends and family, or blog the photos and videos you take with a cameraphone.

Pattern in nature - tree cells- link to knitwear garnment threads stretched apart Patterns In Nature, Textures Patterns, Art Texture, Wood Texture, Microscopic Photography, Microscopic Images, Fotografia Macro, Nature Tree, Natural Forms
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Patterns in Nature - Charlotte Hupfield Ceramics

I think these amazingly close up images of tree cells and cross sections of tree roots are stunning! I’ll be using them as inspiration for some new designs… I love the different sized circular shapes bundled together in little patterns.

 David Ward Oakdale, CA, USA Specimen: Skeletal muscle Technique: Brightfield Weird Science, Science Art, Science And Nature, Human Tissue, Scanning Electron Microscope, Microscopic Images, Macro And Micro, Skeletal Muscle, Things Under A Microscope
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biocanvas: A magnified view of wood from Kalopanax pictus, the prickly castor oil tree. Image by Dr. Science Art, Science And Nature, Patterns In Nature, Textures Patterns, Motifs Organiques, Scanning Electron Microscope, Microscopic Photography, Micro Photography, Microscopic Images
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FRANSWAZZ

What I have seen, liked, loved, what amazed me, what I want to see again, with at times, work from my studio.... PS: I block all sexual profiles that follow me !

Kidney cell showing nucleus (purple) and mitochondria (red)Credit: University of Edinburgh. Weird Science, Medical Science, Mad Science, Science Lessons, Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, Science Gallery, Microscopic Photography, Image Nature

Powering the brain: an introduction to mitochondria

Professor Doug Turnbull is Director of the Wellcome Trust Centre for Mitochondrial Research. In this, his first post for ThInk, he introduces the Wellcome Trust Centre and gives a crash course in t…

From the master George Giusti a gorgeous 1964 cover for H. So stripped down and balanced. Vintage Book Covers, Vintage Books, Book Cover Design, Book Design, Science Festival, Birches, Beautiful Book Covers, Album Book, Geometric Designs
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George Giusti 1964

1894 Antique German chromolithograph beautifully illustrated depicting rocks as a microscopic study of minerals. The first picture shows granite from . if i could sketch, this is what i'd do! Mineralogy, Antique Prints, Rocks And Minerals, Natural History, The Rock, Antiques, Artwork, Igneous Rock, Gold Prospecting
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1894 Chromolithograph Print shows GRANITE IN POLARIZED LIGHT,QUARTZ, OBSIDIAN, PROPYLIT,BASALT Meyers Konversations-Lexikon was a major German encyclopedia

Cell cross-section under a microscope Things Under A Microscope, Patterns In Nature, Textile Patterns, Textiles, 3d Cell, Science Festival, Micro Photography, Bio Art, Nature
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Cell cross-section under a microscope

This is a cross section of the stem of the plant commonly known as goosegrass or sticky Jack and more scientifically as Galium aparine. Beyond the Human Eye: Sticky Jack Patterns In Nature, Textures Patterns, Geometric Patterns, Motifs Organiques, Plant Cell, Plant Stem, Micro Photography, Nature Photography, Microscopic Photography
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Beyond the Human Eye

I found this little insect, which is less than two millimetres long, in a bag of walnuts imported from France. It's a psocid, commonly known as a booklouse, on account of the fact that these often turn up in the bindings of old books that have been stored in a damp place. They also like wallpaper and we used to find them behind peeling damp wallpaper in our house, before we stripped it all off and redecorated, thereby making scores of booklice homeless; I suspect they feed on wallpaper…

anatomical cross-section quilling! by Lisa Nilsson. I have recently started quilling. Anatomy Art, Human Anatomy, Anatomy Organs, Animal Anatomy, Cross Section, Paper Illustration, Science Illustration, Vanitas, Paper Quilling
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The Reverential and the Precious: Human Anatomy as Art | KQED

It may take an unusual muse to be deeply inspired by the body's insides. Artist Sara Nilsson possesses just such a muse–as well as the skill to create breathtakingly beautiful, anatomically accurate cross-sections of the human body with quilled paper.