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Cholera Bacteria

Cholera Bacteria
The cholera bacteria in this scanning electron microscope image cause a potentially fatal disease of the digestive system.

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Dartmouth Electron Microscope Facility

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These bacteria are each about 500 nm wide and 1-2 µm long.

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600

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This image was created by another institution, not the NISE Network. This image is available to NISE Network member organizations for non-profit educational use only. Uses may include but are not limited to reproduction and distribution of copies, creation of derivative works, and combination with other assets to create exhibitions, programs, publications, research, and Web sites. Minimum credit required.

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HIV-Infected Cells

HIV-Infected Cells
The tissue culture shown in this scanning electron microscope image is infected with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus, or HIV.

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Dartmouth Electron Microscope Facility

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HIV particles are 90-120 nm in diameter.

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640

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480

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This image was created by another institution, not the NISE Network. This image is available to NISE Network member organizations for non-profit educational use only. Uses may include but are not limited to reproduction and distribution of copies, creation of derivative works, and combination with other assets to create exhibitions, programs, publications, research, and Web sites. Minimum credit required.

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Pollen Grains

Pollen Grains
This scanning electron microscope image shows pollen particles from a variety of common plants: sunflower, morning glory, hollyhock, lily, primrose, and castor bean.

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Dartmouth Electron Microscope Facility

Size: 

The smallest pollen grains are about 6-8 µm in diameter.

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788

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600

Permissions:

This image was created by another institution, not the NISE Network. This image is available to NISE Network member organizations for non-profit educational use only. Uses may include but are not limited to reproduction and distribution of copies, creation of derivative works, and combination with other assets to create exhibitions, programs, publications, research, and Web sites. Minimum credit required.

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