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BIOLOGIA E GEOLOGIA 10º CTEC Maio 2011 BELDADES MICROSCÓPICAS por ALMERINDO PINHO
(fly) eyes (10X)
image of glial cells in the cerebellum (400X)
5-day old zebrafish head (20X)
15 day old Phascolosoma agassizii (peanut worm) larva, lateral view (20X)
39 day old Aeolidiella stephanieae (sea slug), dorsal view (5X)
72 hour chick embryo, dissected from the yolk (40X)
Anisakis pegreffi (parasitic worm) (40X) Anisakis pegreffi (parasitic worm) (40X) )
Anopheles gambiae (mosquito) heart (100X)
Antique slide featuring whelk (snail) radula (20X)
Apterous Aphis fabae (black bean aphid) female with offspring inside the body (40X)
Arabidopsis sp. (thale cress) flower showing early ovule and pollen development (20X)
Artemia salina (brine shrimp) in a drop of water (10X)
Bee abdomen with pollen (40X)
Biddulphia capucina (diatom) (400X)
Cacoxenite (mineral) (18X)
Caloneis amphisbaena (Bacillariophyceae) diatom (1000x)
Ceratium sp. (dinoflagellate), living specimen (160X)
Clinozoisite prismatic crystal with augite (15X)
Craspedodiscus coscinodiscus Ehrenberg (extinct marine diatom) (1440X)
Ctenocephalides canis (flea) (20X)
Daphnia sp. (100X)
Developing Eleutherodactylus coqui (frog), whole mount (20X)
Drosera coccicaulis (20x)
Drosophila melanogaster (fruit fly) intestine (800X)
Drosophila sp. (fruit fly) eye, direct mount (20X)
Drosophila sp. (fruit fly) larva with the dendrites of a sensory neuron group labeled, live specimen
E16.5 mouse scan utilizing autofluor escence on 3 wavelen gths showing mouse vasculat ure (1.25X)
Echinaster brasiliensis (starfish) embryo, four cell stage (60X)
Echinoderm embryo undergoing second cleavage (400X)
Evaporated ascorbic acid solution (40X)
Female Axonopsis (water mite), ventral side (200X)
Fern gametophyte (40X)
Fern Spore (20X)
GFP expression in Aspergilis niger (40X)
Hemiargus isola (Reakirt’s blue butterfly) egg on Mimosa strigillosa (pink powderpuff) bud (6X)
Heteroptera- Micronecta sp. (35X)
Heteroscodra maculata (ornamental baboon tarantula) basal leg segments (40X)
Human skin (40x)
Hydropsyche angustipennis (caddisfly) larva head (30X)
Ichneumon wasp compound eye and antenna base (40X)
Insect in cyanide (10X Insect in cyanide (10X)
Insect in cyanide (15X)
Insect in cyanide (30X)
Juvenile bivalve mollusc, Lima sp. (10X)
Living diatoms Pinnularia sp. (Bacillariophyceae) (250x)
Mesocriconema sp(ring nematode) (1000X) Mesocriconema sp. (ring nematode) (1000X)
Mirabilis jalapa (four o’clock flower) stigma with pollen (100X)
Muscoid fly (house fly) (6.25x)
Myoblast cell grown on a microcontact-printed fibronectin grid (60X)
Orange Fungia (mushroom coral), live specimen (6X)
Paramecium caudatum fed with Congo red- stained yeast, living specimen (600X)
Paramecium sp. (100X)
Paramecium sp., live mount (400X)
Pollen grains (60x) Pollen grains (60x) )
Portion of spider mandible (10X)
Primary rat hippocampal neurons (630x)
Protzia eximia (water mite), ventral view (10X)
Prunus cerasifera (‘Pissardii’ purple- leaved plum) stamen (40X)
Red begonia (stamens of male flower) (1X)
Root hairs on the plant Arabidopsis thaliana (thale cress) (63X)
Rust on an iron round bar (230X)
Scagelia sp. (red algae) (250X)
Spiral vessels from banana plant stem (32X)
Telophase HeLa (cancer) cells expressing Aurora B- EGFP (green) (100X)
Tomato shoot apical meristem (200X)
Tortula papillosa (moss) (20X)
Trichopter a Hydropsy che angustipe nnis (caddisfly ) larva, posterior claws (30X)
Trout alevin (larva) (10X)
Unidentified sponge spicule (125X) )
Vascular trace development in a corn leaf (10X)
Wasp nest (10X)
Wistar rat retina outlining the retinal vessel network and associated communication
Small Worlds The Nikon International Small World Photomicrography Competition recently announced its list of winners for The competition began in.
TIC TAC Plant Parts 4 th grade Jessica Runyan Identify the function of specific plant and animal parts. 4 th grade Jessica Runyan Identify the function.
Asexual Reproduction Asexual reproduction involves only one parent who passes on the genetic information to their offspring. This sharing of genetic information.
10-1: Intro to Plant Reproduction 10-2: Seedless Reproduction 10-3: Seed Reproduction Plant Reproduction.
Invertebrates. The animal kingdom has a wide diversity of living things. It is common to groups animals into two categories: animals without backbones,
Invertebrates 1. Invertebrates have no ______________ 2. They make up ______% of the animal kingdom. 3. There are ______ groups 3. They are _________cellular.
All animals can be classified as belonging to one of two groups: Those with backbones. Those without backbones.
Reproduction! Asexual Reproduction –involves only 1 parent –offspring genetically identical to parent –involves regular body cells –It’s quick Sexual Reproduction.
Plants life cycles have two alternating phases known as alternation of generations: 1. A diploid (2N) phase known as the sporophyte (spore producing.
Animal Kingdom Vertebrates Characteristics-Backbone (Chordata) Endoskeleton Endotherm, ectotherm Examples Fish Amphibians Birds Mammals reptiles Invertebrates.
Classification T. Thomas 2014 – What is Classifica tion ? 1. What is classification? - process of grouping similar things together. 2. Why do scientists.
INVERTEBRATES The Silent Majority. Did you know? At least 95% of all animals on this planet are invertebrates The weight of all earthworms, insects.
Classification of Living Things. The Five Kingdoms Monera Protoctista Fungi Plantae Animalia.
Vertebrates - Amphibians Smooth Newt (male) Crest - females have no crest. 4 legs. Brown spotted body, 10 cm long. Common frog May also be found as tadpoles.
SPEED LIMIT Academic Raceway Plants Plant Parts The student will study the basic parts of plants, investigate how plants produce food, and discover that.
Parts of a Flower. Petals The petals on a flower can come in many different shapes and sizes. They are brightly colored to attract bugs and bees to the.
CHAPTER - 12 REPRODUCTION IN PLANTS. 1) Reproduction :- Reproduction :- is the production of new individuals from their parents. The vegetative parts.
Chapter 24 Plant Reproduction Section 1: Sexual Reproduction in Seedless Plants Section 2: Sexual Reproduction in Seed Plants Section 3: Asexual Reproduction.
Stage 1: The Egg The female butterfly lays an egg on a leaf or stem. The female butterfly lays an egg on a leaf or stem.
Chapter 10 Plant Reproduction. Ch 10.1 – Intro to Plant Reproduction A. Plants can reproduce both sexually and asexually 1. In asexual reproduction a.
2.2 Asexual and Sexual Reproduction G.O.2: As species reproduce. Characteristics are passed from parents to offspring.
Porifera Cnidaria polyps (corals) jellyfish Sponges They live fixed yo the ground upside up They float freely, upside down umbrella ANIMALS (INVERTEBRATES)
Filament Anther Stigma Style Ovary Carpel Petal Sepal Ovule Stamen Section 24-1 Figure 24–5 The Structure of a Flower I. Carpel – female a. Stigma – traps.
NAME THE PLANT PART Take in water and nutrients from the soil.
Plants 4-1, 4-2, 5-1, 5-3, (5-2). What is a plant?(4-1) Autotrophic Eukaryotic Multicellular Different structures Complex reproduction cycles.
Important Plant Notes. Review….. Fungi- NOT Plants……Why? Heterotrophic- no chlorophyll Eukaryotic – multicellular Made up of slender filaments called.
T. Trimpe Flower Basics 1. Label the parts of the flower. Image: Petals Stamen Anther.
Fig. 21-2, p.334 multicelled gametophyte (n) multicelled sporophyte (2n) gametes (n) spores (n) mitosis meiosisfertilization mitosis zygote (2n) HAPLOID.
CLADOGRAMS DETERMINING EVOLUTIONARY RELATIONSHIPS Which type of plant is most closely related to flowering plants? CONIFERS.
1. embryo- A plant or animal in the early stages of development.
Fig. 17-0c Diversity of plant life Charophytes (algae) Extinct seedless plants (origin of fossil fuels) Simple mosses Dry land adaptations.
Plant Structure & Function. Main Plant Tissues Dermal Tissue - covers the outside of the plant & protects it Ground Tissue - inside the dermal tissue;
Plant Cell Journal - Elodea Make a wet mount slide and observe the Elodea under the microscope. Draw a plant cell from what you see in the microscope.
Plants Review Subtitle. Flower Anatomy Parts of the Flower Sepals –Covers flower bud. –Protects the stamens and pistils when flower is in bud stage.
Eukaryotic Multicellular Producers Have chlorophyll for photosynthesis.
Seed Plants Page Characteristics Seed plants produce seeds. Sees nourish and protect young sporophytes Seed plants produce seeds. Sees nourish.
How Do Plants Reproduce? Chapter 3 Lesson 2. Reproduction of Seedless Plants: (p ) Nonvascular (mosses) and vascular (ferns) reproduce in the same.
Anthophyte Reproduction In flowering plants, sexual reproduction takes place in the flower A complete flower is made of 4 main organs –Sepals –Petals –Stamens.
Plant fertilization and transgenic plants How does fertilization occur in plants? How do you make a transgenic plant?
ASEXUAL REPRODUCTION One Parent Required Does NOT Require Gametes (sex cells) Offspring produced by cell division. Offspring identical to Parent.
General Plant Information & Plant Adaptations What structures help plants adapt to living on the land, and, hence, survive?
Flowers n Monocots. Flowers n -veins in most are parallel.
Paper Wasp Adam Winter. Introduction What stings like a bee, is skinner and makes a big nest? If you guessed Paper wasp you’re right.
Flowers Make Fruits & Seeds. Basic Vocab! What is fertilization? The combing of a sperm and as egg to make a seed. What is an ovule? The inner part of.
Parts and Functions of a Flower. Male Parts and Functions Stamen – is the male reproductive part of a flower. Anther – produces pollen grains which develop.
What did plants evolve from? What sets plants apart from other kingdoms? What is the evolutionary sequence of the occurrence of seeds, vascular.
Structures of Seed Plants (Ch 12, Section 4: Text or SIR )
Kingdom Phylum Class Mosses and Ferns Reproduce using spores instead of seeds Algae simple plants that can range from the microscopic to large seaweeds.
Objectives Know the main characteristics of animals Know the difference between invertebrate and vertebrates Know examples and characteristics of the.
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