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Fluorescence Microscopy Digital Image Gallery

Digital Image Gallery - Fluorescence Microscopy

Specimens featured in the fluorescence digital image gallery are derived from a combination of stained thin sections, whole mounts, suspensions, smears, and several additional mounting techniques. Stained tissue culture cells and thin sections were labeled with either fluorescent dyes or common histology stains such as eosin, fast green, and safranin. Fluorescence microscopy and photomicrography was conducted by Charles D. Howard. Background research for the figure captions was provided by Elise Sessions. Kathleen Carr supervised the authoring and assembly of text for each of the gallery entries.

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Alfalfa Root

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American Dog Tick

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Ants

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Antelope Hair

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Basswood Stem

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Bed Bugs

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Bird Lungs

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Bird Skin

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Black Grape Rot

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Cactus

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Corn Grain

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Corn Smut

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Dutchman's Pipe

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Elderberry

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Fava Bean Root Tip

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Female Pine Cones

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Fern Spores

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Fish Gill Filaments

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Fleas

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Guinea Pig Hair

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Head Lice

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Honey Bee Leg

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Honey Bee Stinger

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House Fly Face

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Human Flea

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Hyaline Cartilage

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Human Roundworm

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Human Scalp

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Human Spinal Cord

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Pony Belly Hair

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Kapok Fiber

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Leeches

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Lily Flower Bud

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Lone Star Tick

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Compact Bones

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Spongy Bone

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Milkweed Fibers

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Mites

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Moss Tissue

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Mouse Intestines

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Mouse Kidney

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Mycorrhizal Fungi

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Obelia Hydroid

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Oleander Leaf

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Brown Rot of Peach

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Peach Leaf Curl

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Pine Root

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Pine Tree Pollen

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Pine Wood

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Privet Leaf

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Raw Meat

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Rhizopus Rot

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Snail Radula

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Sweet Flag Grass

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Tilia

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Trichina Worm

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Wheat

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Wheat Kernel

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Wheat Rust Pustule

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