Microscopy gallery


May 15, 2012

Arabidopsis seed stained with calcofluor

The calcufluor binds to cellulose and chitin. Cellulose is part of the plants' cell wall. Stereomicroscope.
© Alexander Vasilevski, Eugenia Maximova

May 15, 2012

Arabidopsis flower, anther with pollen grains

Scanning electron microscope
© Julia Mjakyshina, Eugenia Maximova

May 15, 2012

GUS transient expression in the sugarcane leaf roll disc tissue.

Stereo microscope. © Gauri Nerkar, Eugenia Maximova

May 15, 2012

Arabidopsis pollen grain, mutant.

Scanning electron microscope.
© Colin Rupprecht, Eugenia Maximova

May 15, 2012

Tobacco root meristem divisions stained with orcein

The orcein binds to chromosomes. Epi-fluorescence microscope.
© Maria Ignacia Fuentes, Eugenia Maximova

May 15, 2012

Arabidopsis seedling root.

Dark field optics. Epi-fluorescence microscope.
© Katrin Piepenburg, Eugenia Maximova

May 15, 2012

Arabidopsis with etiolated hypocotyl.

Mitochondria in phloem cell. Transmission electron microscopy (TEM).
© Clara Sanchez Rodriguez, Eugenia Maximova

May 15, 2012

Nicotiana tabaccum, leaf mesophyll cells. Merged image - YFP, GFP, autofluorescence of chlorophyll.

Confocal microscope. © Sandra Stegemann, Eugenia Maximova

May 15, 2012

Medicago truncatula root stained with alexa fluor 488.

Confocal microscope. © Julia Teply, Eugenia Maximova

May 15, 2012

Arabidopsis silique.

Stained with GUS silique. Epi-fluorescence microscope.
© c. Geserick, Eugenia Maximova

May 15, 2012

Peperomia metallica leaf in vivo.

Giantic lipid globules in mesophyll tissue cell. Transmission electron microscopy. © Eugenia Maximova

May 15, 2012

Convallaria (lily of the valley) stem, merged image

Confocal microscope.
© Eugenia Maximova

May 15, 2012

Hello Grim Reaper

Skull Xylem. Scanning electron microscope.
© Lutz Neumetzler, Eugenia Maximova

May 15, 2012

Arabidopsis flower stained with GUS

Stereomicroscope
© Eugenia Maximova

May 15, 2012

Arabidopsis seedling with seed

Confocal microscope.
© Friedrich Kragler, Eugenia Maximova

May 15, 2012

Arabidopsis pollen germination stained with aniline blue.

Epi-Fluorescence microscope.
© Arun Sampathkumar

May 15, 2012

Arabidopsis thaliana flower, stigma

Environmental scanning electron microscope
© Martin Bringmann, Eugenia Maximova

May 15, 2012

Tobacco leaf, cross section, stained with toluidine blue and lugol

Epi-fluorescence microscope, M. 200x
© Claudia Flügel

May 15, 2012

Arabidopsis seed development.

Epi-fluorescence microscope, DIC optics.
© Wen Bin Zhou, Eugenia Maximova

May 15, 2012

Chlamydomonas reinhardtii

Epi-fluorescence microscope, DIC optics.
© Eugenia Maximova

May 15, 2012

Arabidopsis seedling with GFP

Spinning disc confocal microscope.
© Arun Sampathkumar, Eugenia Maximova

May 15, 2012

Tobacco protoplast cells expressing GFP-fused protein. Chloroplasts appear red due to the autofluorescence of chlorophyll.

Confocal microscope.
© Margolzata Ryngajllo, Eugenia Maximova

May 15, 2012

Culture of Cyanobacteria

Epi-fluorescence microscope.
© Leonhard Krall, Dirk Steinhauser, Eugenia Maximova

May 15, 2012

Paulinella chromatophora, dividing cell with sausage-shaped plastids

Epi-fluorescence microscope, BF optics.
© Stephanie xxx, Eugenia Maximova

May 15, 2012

Medicago truncatula root, vibratome cross section, stained with acid orange

Epi-fluorescence microscope, M. 200x, Ex. 545 nm.
© Nicole Gaude, Eugenia Maximova

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