I: these are nematodes

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    or c. elegans, a model organism used for genetics and molecular bio research. these pictures were taken by holding my camera up to a microscope viewpiece, so they're actually about .5mm long.

    david1600, rcran, melittophile, and 3 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. ~42n81~ 106 months ago | reply

      our whole gang just gathered around the monitor to view these three pix . . .

      wayyyyyy kewl series!

    2. jerrywermund 87 months ago | reply

      I am writing a picture book on SOIL in which micro-organisms play a critical role. I wish permission to use this picture. Of course I will credit the photo and will send a copy of the published book too. I have written a similar booK titled EARTHSCAPES. The format is evident on www.rockpub.com. I will be pleased to send you a copy of that book if you wish. Jerry Wermund wermundj@mail.utexas.edu

    3. melittophile 60 months ago | reply

      I would like to use this photo in a presentation I'm giving for my dissertation defense. It'd be in a collage of photos of organisms for which we have the complete genome sequenced. May I use your photo? I will credit you in my presentation.

    4. Cornell Lab of Ornithology 42 months ago | reply

      This photo appears in YardMap, a free online habitat mapping application from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Thank you for sharing, and for helping people learn about bird habitat.

    5. moseleybee 8 months ago | reply

      Used in a resource on classification for primary school science scheme. Link and attribution included. Thanks for CC license

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