• Air bubbles trapped in the precipitated strands of DNA.


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DNA extracted from Cliococca selaginoides accession 206, which I collected in Uruguay. The plant can be seen here and here. And here's some RNA, if you prefer that.

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  1. cudmore 110 months ago | reply

    Very nice. You should try taking some more and futzing with focus/f-stop/macro. That said, I like the focus in this one...

  2. D a v e 86 months ago | reply

    Your picture features on the OU website "LearningSpace".


    I've set up a group for such photos if you fancy putting this in it.



  3. Josh*m 86 months ago | reply

    Cool! Thanks for letting me know.

  4. Eavesdropper 84 months ago | reply

    Nice and thick, good prep!
    Also an interesting pic.

    Seen in Scientist Photographers (?)

  5. bossythecow 84 months ago | reply

    Neat shot! Looks like you got a lot out of your sample.

  6. earthpages 67 months ago | reply

    Wow... very nice shot... i've blogged it here...


    Thanks for making this ccl, and if you have any questions, please visit this link...


  7. Daniel Greene 65 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Gay Photographers (Family-Friendly), and we'd love to have this added to the group!

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  8. Josh*m 57 months ago | reply

    This photo was used in March 2009, to accompany an article in the Colorado Independent.

  9. karu21 36 months ago | reply

    what method of extraction did u use? Good amt u got there.

  10. biologycorner 33 months ago | reply

    Awesome shot, I included it on this page outlining how to extract DNA:

  11. Josh*m 33 months ago | reply

    I'm glad it was useful. Thanks for letting me know, biologycorner.

  12. Josh*m 33 months ago | reply

    karu21 , it was just a basic CTAB/chloroform extraction, not a kit or anything, from silica-dried leaf material.

  13. Clear Biology 22 months ago | reply

    I love this image. I've used as a header for my blog.

  14. Josh*m 22 months ago | reply

    Thanks platonsakademie and Clear Biology. I'm glad this photo was useful.

  15. Prof Tim Crowe 2 weeks ago | reply

    Thank you for allowing the use of your image through a Creative Commons licence – I’ve used it in my blog at www.thinkingnutrition.com.au/nutritional-genomics/

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