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Vue aérienne de la mosquée de Samarra, Irak, 848-852
Bernard Rudowsky, Architecture Without Architects,
Illustration by <b>Joe MacGown</b>
William Blake, after Henry Fuseli, <i>Head of a Damned Soul in Dante’s Inferno</i> 1789
…a small (20 spp.) phylum of poorly researched parasites of marine invertebrates. Orthonectids are simply microscopic animals that consist of a single layer of ciliated cells that surround a mass of sex cells. They swim freely inside their flatworm/polychaete/echinoderm or bivalve hosts and have two separate sexes. Once they are ready to reproduce they will leave their host and will the male’s sperm will penetrate directly into the female’s body. The zygote will develop into a ciliated larva …
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Archers, 1935-1937
Fredric March, Still from Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde. 1931 photographed by Karl Struss
<i>Springtime in the Village - Daniel Garber</i><p><i>1917</i>
Zebra fish embryo. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the embryo of a zebrafish (Danio rerio), showing its eyes either side of its large open mouth (centre). Zebrafish are freshwater fish that are found in India. They are a model organism often used to study embryonic development and are currently being used for studies into the genetic causes of neurodegeneration. Their eggs are transparent and develop rapidly, which allows observation of the differentiation of the cells into …
Japanese artist and microscopist Susumu Nishinaga has a unique talent with SEM images. His mastery of the scanning electron microscope has produced some of the most compelling science images ever seen. But rather than being dry nature photographs, these images are otherworldly pictures of parts of our world that we rarely – if ever – get to see.
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