Pollen under a light microscope

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Light microscope images of daisy pollen [family Asteraceae]. Daisies are mainly insect-pollinated as suggested by the pollen grains' spiky shape. Spikes help pollen stick to insects' bodies. Photo Credit: Australasian Pollen and Spore Atlas, ANU

Light microscope images of daisy pollen [family Asteraceae]. Daisies are mainly insect-pollinated as suggested by the pollen grains' spiky shape. Spikes help pollen stick to insects' bodies. Photo Credit: Australasian Pollen and Spore Atlas, ANU

These lily pollen grains have been stained to make them more visible. With the 40X objective of the microscope the texture of the surface can be made visible

These lily pollen grains have been stained to make them more visible. With the 40X objective of the microscope the texture of the surface can be made visible

These lily pollen grains have been stained to make them more visible. With the 40X objective of the microscope the texture of the surface can be made visible

These lily pollen grains have been stained to make them more visible. With the 40X objective of the microscope the texture of the surface can be made visible

Agave Pollen- Beekeepers and microscopes

Agave Pollen- Beekeepers and microscopes

Agave Pollen- Beekeepers and microscopes

Agave Pollen- Beekeepers and microscopes

oak pollen grain

oak pollen grain

North American Pollen Database. NeotomaDB.org | Neotoma Workgroups

North American Pollen Database. NeotomaDB.org | Neotoma Workgroups

Identification guide for South African pollen. Corymbium villosum. The daisy family includes chrysanthemums, dahlias, sunflowers and many weeds. Their pollen is typically very spiky, with large pores.

Identification guide for South African pollen. Corymbium villosum. The daisy family includes chrysanthemums, dahlias, sunflowers and many weeds. Their pollen is typically very spiky, with large pores.

Identification guide for South African pollen. Corymbium villosum. The daisy family includes chrysanthemums, dahlias, sunflowers and many weeds. Their pollen is typically very spiky, with large pores.

Identification guide for South African pollen. Corymbium villosum. The daisy family includes chrysanthemums, dahlias, sunflowers and many weeds. Their pollen is typically very spiky, with large pores.

Australasian Pollen and Spore Atlas

Australasian Pollen and Spore Atlas


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Polygonum orientale (equatorial)http://apsa.anu.edu.au/

Polygonum orientale (equatorial)http://apsa.anu.edu.au/

Cotton Pollen , Light Micrograph Photographie par Dr. Keith sur ...

Cotton Pollen , Light Micrograph Photographie par Dr. Keith sur ...

Pollen Database

Pollen Database

North American Pollen Database. NeotomaDB.org | Neotoma Workgroups

North American Pollen Database. NeotomaDB.org | Neotoma Workgroups

If you suffer from hay fever, you can now get acquainted with your invisible enemy. These are the Scanning Electron Microscope pictures of p...

If you suffer from hay fever, you can now get acquainted with your invisible enemy. These are the Scanning Electron Microscope pictures of p...

Fossilized tree pollen, Antartica.  So *this* is what hates me.

Fossilized tree pollen, Antartica. So *this* is what hates me.

Pollen of the dandelion

Pollen of the dandelion

Ipomea purpurea (Heavenly Blue Morning Glory) pollen, Rippel E. M. Facility

Ipomea purpurea (Heavenly Blue Morning Glory) pollen, Rippel E. M. Facility

Sycamore pollen grain

Sycamore pollen grain

Pollen from a forget-me-not. This flower has one of the smallest known grains of pollen; just five one-thousandths of a millimetre in diameter. A Swiss scientists named Martin Oeggerli, who uses the name Micronaut for his art, has captured these Scanning Electron Microscope images of pollen grains.

Hayfever sufferers, know your enemy: Scanning Electron Microscope pictures of grains of pollen

Pollen from a forget-me-not. This flower has one of the smallest known grains of pollen; just five one-thousandths of a millimetre in diameter. A Swiss scientists named Martin Oeggerli, who uses the name Micronaut for his art, has captured these Scanning Electron Microscope images of pollen grains.

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