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Choose from 132 pictures in our May collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

1989 Monaco GP Featured May Print

1989 Monaco GP

MONTE CARLO, MONACO - MAY 07: Nigel Mansell, Ferrari 640 during the Monaco GP at Monte Carlo on May 07, 1989 in Monte Carlo, Monaco. (Photo by LAT Images)

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Action, F1, Formula 1, Gp

2nd of the F/col SEMs of caterpillars hatching Featured May Print

2nd of the F/col SEMs of caterpillars hatching

Second of 5 false-colour scanning electron micro- graphs of caterpillars hatching from the eggs of the large white butterfly, Pieris brassicae. This micrograph shows the head of the caterpillar breaking through the shell. The eggs are laid in large groups, usually on the undersurface of leaves of crops such as cabbages, broccoli & swedes. These caterpillars (larvae) hatched in early September. They winter as pupae, emerging in May as adult butterflies. The young caterpill- ars feed on the cuticle of the leaf until after the first moult, when their diet expands to the whole leaf. Their voracious appetite can defoliate whole crops. Magnification: x75 at 6x4.5cm size


Artwork of blood platelets repairing capillary Featured May Print

Artwork of blood platelets repairing capillary

Artwork featuring the role of blood platelets in the repair of a damaged blood capillary. Here, platelets have formed a plug through the damaged epithelium & into the underlying cells. Red cells (erythrocytes) and a single white cell (at top) are also visible inside the capillary. The endothelial lining of a blood capillary consists of a single row of elongated cells. The presence of a relatively large nucleus causes the endothelial cell to bulge slightly into the lumen (interior) of the capillary. Here, the endothelium has ruptured down the middle of one of its cells. This image is third in a series of four