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Feb 23, 2009Public
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Photo: Meloidogyne life cycle. 1. free living juvenile worms in soil 2 & 3. penetrate host roots 4. migrate tot root tip and then up root 5. become sessile and create feeding sites 6. females swell and start to produce eggs 7. eggs released 8. juveniles hatch into soil
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Photo: Male flea of moorhen. Even at the low resolution you can see the delicate sculpturing on the Fleas carapace. The original is about 18000 x 15000 pixels.
This is a collage of over 17 separate tiles, each composed of up to 30 photos at different focal depths (about 500 photos in all). Original microscope slide by DT Richardson, PMS