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Close-up: Tumor cells divide rapidly and unchecked. The photo shows a lung cancer cell during cell division – taken with a scanning electron...

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Intestinal cancer. These irregular cells form an uneven surface and their growth may constrict the intestine, obstructing the passage of food or feces.

These irregular cells form an uneven surface and their growth may constrict the intestine, obstructing the passage of food or feces. I hate cancer!

Lung cancer cell division. Credit: Steve Gschmeissner/ Science Photo Library

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SEM of sperm on egg during fertilization

D0386: SEM of sperm on egg during fertilization

In case you ever wondered what fertilization looks like up close: Colored Scanning Electron Micrograph (SEM) of sperm clustered on the surface of a human egg during fertilization

Reconstruction of fruit fly embryos undergoing cellularization used as a model to understand the regulation of cell division. The investigation of differences between wildtype (top) and mutants like drop out (bottom) will help to unravel aberrant gene function in cancer and other diseases. Daniel Hain  Division of Cell and Developmental Biology, College of Life Sciences

Reconstruction of fruit fly embryos undergoing cellularization used as a model…

Staphylococcus sp. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a colony of Staphylococcus sp. bacteria on the epithelial cells of the trachea. The trachea (windpipe) is lined with cilia (hair- like projections) which help keep it free of dust and other irritants. These Gram-positive bacteria often appear in groups that resemble clusters of grapes (as here)

Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a colony of Staphylococcus sp. bacteria on the epithelial cells of the trachea.

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