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Glassy Radiolarian Beauty The shells of radiolarians rank among some of the treasures of the ocean, with their intricate, gorgeous geometry. The shells are made of silica, which protects the single-celled animals as they drift as zooplankton in the ocean. This image, taken at 120x zoom, was an honorable mention in the 2012 Nikon Small World photomicrography competition.

Glassy Radiolarian Beauty The shells of radiolarians rank among some of the treasures of the ocean, with their intricate, gorgeous geometry. The shells are made of silica, which protects the single-celled animals as they drift as zooplankton in the ocean. This image, taken at 120x zoom, was an honorable mention in the 2012 Nikon Small World photomicrography competition.

Radiolaria Shells by miketransreal, via Flickr This is a part of the photo by Mr. Ralph Grimm

Radiolaria Shells by miketransreal, via Flickr This is a part of the photo by Mr. Ralph Grimm

R-Rosette-1G.Picture of Radiolarian, Microscopic Nature,structures, protozoa, protozoan closeup plant life , Radiolaria microscope, Mikroskop

R-Rosette-1G.Picture of Radiolarian, Microscopic Nature,structures, protozoa, protozoan closeup plant life , Radiolaria microscope, Mikroskop

Kalkskelette von Radiolarien (Strahlentierchen). Quelle: http://www.eyeofscience.de/zoologie/

Kalkskelette von Radiolarien (Strahlentierchen). Quelle: http://www.eyeofscience.de/zoologie/

A Scaled Chrysophyte cell with overlapping siliceous scales (Mallomonas lychenensis). SEM

A Scaled Chrysophyte cell with overlapping siliceous scales (Mallomonas lychenensis). SEM

A New Look at the Relationship between Carbon, Nitrogen, and Phosphorus in the Ocean

A New Look at the Relationship between Carbon, Nitrogen, and Phosphorus in the Ocean

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