Guess what these hairy balls are?
Guess what these hairy balls are?
You can enjoy microphotography again.

the award-winning works of Nikon's "Little World" microphotography group in 2017 have also been announced. Today, let's take a look at some of the award-winning works, including this one on the cover, of course.

first place: skin cells expressing excessive keratin

author: Dr. Bram van den Broek, Andriy Volkov, Dr. Kees Jalink, Dr. Reinhard Windoffer & Dr. Nicole Schwarz

photographed by confocal microscope, keratin is shown in the yellow fluorescent mark in the picture. This strong protein plays a protective role in the stratum corneum of the skin. (sure enough, whatever is marked with fluorescence, take a good look at _ (: fluorescent "∠) _)

second place: seeds of European Senecio vulgaris (Compositae)

author: Dr. Havi Sarfaty

third: Volvox release daughter, it can be said to be a very Pac-Man

author: Jean-Marc Babalian

pick a paragraph introduction:

algae are multicellular groups, arranged in spherical shape. The sphere is filled with colloid and water. The cell morphology of the population is the same as that of Chlamydomonas. In asexual reproduction, the large cells without flagella in the population, that is, germ cells, divide for many times, form sub-groups, fall into the cavity of the mother population, and release the sub-population after the rupture of the mother.

here are some other pictures I picked out:

first of all, this hairball on the cover is actually a mold growing on a tomato. However, it looks really cute. _ (: chicken "∠) _

author: Dean Lerman

Chicken embryonic ciliary ganglion

A previously mentioned fluorescent labeling technique," Brainbow ", which can be used to label individual nerve cells, can be found in →: Brainbow. Rainbow in the brain

author: Dr. Ryo Egawa

Exaerete frontalis

author: Levon Biss

author: Levon Biss

the original image is taken little by little with a microscope lens and then pieced together. If you look at it on his website, each picture can be partially enlarged, and the details are very shocking: human hair dyed by

. Harald K. Andersen

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dandelion (Traxacum officinale) can be seen, showing stigma and pollen. Use confocal technique to shoot.

author: Dr. Robert Markus

the last one is also lovely, but those who are afraid of spiders can retreat.





jumping spider headshot!

author: Emre Can Alag ö z

if you want to enjoy more works, please visit the original link: