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Images Dated 10th October 2000

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Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2000: Thyme leaf oil gland

Thyme leaf oil gland. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of part of the leaf surface of the herb thyme, Thymus vulgaris, showing an oil gland

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2000: Hazel pollen grains

Hazel pollen grains. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of pollen grains from the Hazel tree, Corylus avellana. These microspores are shed from male catkins

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2000: Sage leaf oil glands

Sage leaf oil glands. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of hairs and glands on a leaf of the herb sage, Salvia officinalis. On the leaf surface are two types of hairs, called trichomes

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2000: A kiss on board SS Winchester Castle, the immigration ship chartered by the South

A kiss on board SS Winchester Castle, the immigration ship chartered by the South
A kiss is still a kiss. SS Winchester Castle, the immigration ship chartered by the South African Government leaves Southampton for Cape Town

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2000: Geranium oil gland

Geranium oil gland
Geranium leaf oil gland. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the surface of a leaf of the fragrant Geranium plant, Pelargonium graveolens, showing an oil gland

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2000: Soil mite

Soil mite. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a common soil mite, Phthiracarus sp. This mite is typically found in moss and leaf litter

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2000: Hen flea

Hen flea. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a hen flea (Ceratophyllus gallinae). This flea is a parasite on dry nesting birds, such as the blue tit and chickens

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2000: Sage leaf oil gland

Sage leaf oil gland. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a freeze-fracture section through a leaf of sage, Salvia officinalis, showing an oil gland. At lower frame are leaf cells

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2000: Lemon balm oil gland

Lemon balm oil glands. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the surface of a leaf of Lemon Balm, Melissa officinalis, showing oil glands

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2000: Sage leaf oil gland

Sage leaf oil gland. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of hairs and a gland on a leaf of the herb sage, Salvia officinalis. On the leaf surface are two types of hairs, called trichomes

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2000: Solar prominence

Solar prominence. Optical photograph showing a loop prominence above the limb of the Sun. Loops are a class of active prominences

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2000: Spectrum of a star

Spectrum of a star
Spectrum of Arcturus. Visible light spectrum of the orange giant star Arcturus. The spectrum is created by allowing light exiting a telescope to pass though a prism

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2000: Drinks can X-ray

Drinks can X-ray
Drinks can. Coloured X-ray of an open aluminium drinks can

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2000: Drinks can X-ray

Drinks can X-ray
Drinks can. Coloured X-ray of an open aluminium drinks can

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2000: Glaciers

Glaciers
Piedmont glaciers. Aerial view of piedmont glaciers in a valley. The glaciers flow from left and right into the valley through narrow mountain passes

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2000: Glacier

Glacier. View across a glacial valley. The dark stripes on the glacier are well-defined medial (or central) moraines. These are accumulations of rocky debris running along the length of the glacier

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2000: Weather station

Weather station
Measuring snowfall. A meteorologist measuring the amount of snow falling at a weather station. Here the depth of the snow fall is being measured with a ruler

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2000: Trilobite fossil

Trilobite fossil. Fossilised Pillentina sp. trilobite. The trilobites are an extinct group of marine arthropods with a hard, segmented shell that is divided into 3 sections

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2000: Trilobite fossil

Trilobite fossil. Fossilised Bathycheilus sp. trilobite. The trilobites are an extinct group of marine arthropods with a hard, segmented shell that is divided into 3 sections

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2000: Volcano at night

Volcano at night
Volcanic eruption. Night time view of a Strombolian eruption of the south-east crater of Etna, a volcano on Sicily. The bright light at upper centre is the full Moon

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2000: Lava flow and vent

Lava flow and vent
Lava flow. Night time view of lava flowing from a small vent on Etna. This vent is a hornito, a relatively small outlet which is normally only throws out lava bombs

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2000: House and lava flow

House and lava flow
House caught in lava flow. View of a house surrounded by lava from Mount Etna. The lava flow has reached as high as the roof

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2000: Volcanic eruption

Volcanic eruption. Night view of an eruption on Stromboli. The bright lines show the trajectories of lava bombs, blocks of molten rock, thrown out by the volcano


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