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The Bacteria Living Inside You (INFOGRAPHIC)

FAQ - The Human Microbiome infographic - Trillions of microbes are living on and inside of you…

Schoonheid in de natuur: microscopische plantencellen.  Het komt allemaal neer op patronen ... textuur, kleur en patroon inspiratie #design

Beauty in nature: microscopic plant cells. It all comes down to patterns. texture, colour and pattern inspiration using textile to create intricate designs. mixing man made with nature

You may think that these were small pieces of art...nope just bacteria in petri dishes.

Klari Reis has an ongoing project called The Daily Dish Every day she posts pictures of her stunning hand-painted petri dishes which resemble live bacteria samples.

Todar's Online Textbook of Bacteriology discusses the methods for measuring bacterial, growth of bacterial populations, and the bacterial growth curve.

SPECIMEN, from "Under the Looking Glass," Maggie Leininger, 2006. Embroidered muslin in Petri dishes.

Specimen by Maggie Leininger. textiles inspired by petri dish colonies, chromosomes, and human cells.

algae bloom as seen from space.

Phytoplankton bloom swirls around in the ocean currents creating a figure 8 pattern in the South Atlantic ocean near the Faulkland islands.

Resultado de imagen para arqueas

fossilization of archaeal lipids, and highlight the recent ICAAC 2014

All sorts of little things in the water

DIC some microorganisms in massive proliferation, from a quagmire with rotten vegetables.

Col TEM of HIV viruses budding from a T-cell  Photo by  NIBSC  / Science Photo Library (click to view more images of this artist)  RM  Image no. m050404

Col TEM of HIV viruses budding from a T-cell Photo by NIBSC / Science Photo Library (click to view more images of this artist) RM Image no. m050404

Love Is in the Air, page 1

Pollen comes in many shapes and sizes. The diameter of a pumpkin pollen grain (at center) is as thick as a dollar bill. The tiny speck at its lower right is a grain of forget-me-not pollen.