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Dynamic microtubules on the surface of a single root cell imaged using a spinning-disc confocal microscope. Microtubules, which consist primarily of the protein tubulin, is a major component of the cytoskeleton. In plant cells, microtubules guide protein complexes at the cell surface that are involved in building the carbohydrate-rich cell wall of the plant.
The cytoskeleton is a beautiful structure to image and often depicted in micrographs as a rigid network of filaments. In reality, the cytoskeleton is far from being rigid. As shown in this time-lapse sequence, individual microtubules grow, shrink rapidly and sometimes break apart. Coexistence of all these processes within a single cell is called dynamic instability. Maintaining this dynamic instability at least in some cell types is essential for normal growth of the cell.
Here, microtubules have been tagged with a mammalian microtubule binding protein fused to the green fluorescent protein (GFP). The @noble_cell_imaging team combines dynamic microscopy techniques with genetic, genomic and biochemical approaches to understand how plants develop and respond to changes in their environment.
This is from a fecal sample we evaluated a year ago where the dog presented for unresolved diarrhea. We recommend annual fecal testing as there are some intestinal parasites that you can't see with the naked eye in regular stool. We use a special solution that floats the eggs and then we evaluate the sample under the microscope. If your dog is on a monthly heartworm preventative, some of those products protect against some intestinal parasites too. •
Intact mouse knees require large working distances with high resolution, possible on ZEISS Xradia Versa systems., XRM. Mark Riccio, Director, Multiscale CT Facility, Cornell University. #microscopy#microscope#zeiss#carlzeiss
Hyphae of Beauveria caledonica. At light microscope (objective 50X). B. caledonica is a fungus that can infect insects. Was isolated in Scotland and is resistant to a lot of heavy metals
Ife di B. caledonica al microscopio (obiettivo 50X). B. caledonica è un fungo patogeno per gli insetti. È stato isolato in Scozia e può vivere in terreni con alte concentrazioni di metalli pesanti
Discovery take two. Looking into the microscope without an eyepiece at something blue. I’m still in the process of making a suitable camera attachment for the scope...if only I had a 3D printer and a week to learn the design software things would be different. #microscope#microscopy#bluestblue