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Human brain and nervous system. It's like the most beautiful tree ...

A map of the human nervous system. The central and peripheral nervous system of a plastinated cadaver are part of the "Body Worlds and The Story of The Heart" exhibit. (Cyrus McCrimmon, The Denver Post )

Developing nerve cells...I just cannot get over the marvel of the making of our bodies...

Developing nerve cells Torsten Wittmann, University of California, San Francisco These developing mouse nerve cells have a nucleus (yellow).

Nature Magnified - dicot root cross section - microscopic plant cells; beauty in nature; delicate patterns & natural colour source for design

Nature Magnified // dicot root cross section // microscopic plant cells // beauty in nature// delicate patterns & natural source for design

Neurons (in blue to yellow) growing on top of astrocytes (in red, helper cells within the nervous system) in a human stem cell embryoid body (a cluster of differentiating human embryonic stem cells).

Neurons (in blue to yellow) growing on top of astrocytes (in red, helper cells within the nervous system) in a human stem cell embryoid body (a cluster of differentiating human embryonic stem.

"This cross-section of an anglerfish’s ovary is reminiscent of another sea creature—the nautilus."

animalworld: “ ANGLERFISH Ovary cross-section (Magnified © James E. Hayden When a former colleague sent him a section of an anglerfish ovary, James E. Hayden of The Wistar Institute came up with.

cross section of a Juncus sp. leaf

Microscopic cross section of a Juncus sp. leaf - excellent source for a Macro-Abstraction painting.

Diatoms- Diatoms are a major group of algae, and are among the most common types of phytoplankton. Most diatoms are unicellular, although they can exist as colonies in the shape of filaments or ribbons, fans, zigzags, or stars.

an Exhibition Mount of Arranged Diatoms by Watson & Sons, London, c. Diatoms arranged on a Victorian Microscope slide--link to a truly fantastic website.

Naturally occurring fractal pattern, cells in a cross-section of a plant stalk

Naturally Occuring Fractals

Fractals in Nature- Cut into a Cabbage and you'll find a Fractal - Inside of a thin cross-section of wood stalk there is a circular Fractal

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