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Images Dated 9th August 2002

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Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: 2002 CART World Series

2002 CART World Series
Cristiano da Matta, (BRA), Newman Haas Toyota/Lola, during practice for the CART Grand Prix of Mid-Ohio. CART FedEx World Series, Rd11, Grand Prix of Mid-Ohio, Lexington, Ohio. USA. 9 August, 2002

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Formula One World Championship: Mike Spence BRM P83, retired on lap 32

Formula One World Championship: Mike Spence BRM P83, retired on lap 32
Mike Spence (GBR) BRM P83, retired on lap 32. Formula One World Championship, Rd1, South African Grand Prix, Kyalami, South Africa. 2 January 1967. BEST IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: brunette, black & white, boat, caucasian, cruise, female, historical, vintage, archival

brunette, black & white, boat, caucasian, cruise, female, historical, vintage, archival
brunette, black & white, boat, caucasian, cruise, female, historical, v, Vintage Black & White, 86501619

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: 25-30 years, 50-55 years, adult, archival, arm in arm, black & white, black + white

25-30 years, 50-55 years, adult, archival, arm in arm, black & white, black + white
25-30 years, 50-55 years, adult, archival, arm in arm, black & white, , Vintage Black & White, 86501629

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Thrip, SEM

Thrip, SEM
Thrip. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a thrip or thunder fly (Heliothrips sp.). Its compound eyes (brown) and antennae (between eyes) are seen

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: 13-17 years, adolescent, archival, black & white, black + white, black and white

13-17 years, adolescent, archival, black & white, black + white, black and white
13-17 years, adolescent, archival, black & white, black + white, blac, Vintage Black & White, 86501624

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Frost And Snow Covered Trees

Frost And Snow Covered Trees

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Old Couple By Mountainside Cottages

Old Couple By Mountainside Cottages

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Springtails head, SEM

Springtails head, SEM
Springtails head, coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). This primitive insect (order Collembola) has remained unchanged for millions of years, and is considered a living fossil

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Cat flea, SEM

Cat flea, SEM
Cat flea. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a cat flea (Ctenocephalides felis). Its body is laterally-flattened to allow it to move easily through the fur of its cat host

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Spider mites skin surface, SEM

Spider mites skin surface, SEM
Spider mites skin surface, coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). Hairs (setae) are seen. Spider mites (Tetranychus sp.) feed on the sap of leaves. Magnification: x600 at 6x7cm size

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Springtails head, SEM

Springtails head, SEM

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Common sheep tick, SEM

Common sheep tick, SEM
Common sheep tick, coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). This tick (Ixodes ricinus) is the principal vector of Lyme disease in Europe

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Persimilis mite, SEM

Persimilis mite, SEM
Persimilis mite. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the persimilis (Phytoseiulus persimilis) mite. It grows up to 0.5 millimetres in length

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Jumping spider, SEM

Jumping spider, SEM
Jumping spider. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the head of a jumping spider (family Salticidae). Jumping spiders are visual hunters that creep up to their prey before leaping on them

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Cat fleas head, SEM

Cat fleas head, SEM

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Encarsia wasp head, SEM

Encarsia wasp head, SEM
Wasps compound eye. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the compound eye (yellow) of a wasp (Encarsia formosa). Its antennae (far right) are seen

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Wasp wings, SEM

Wasp wings, SEM
Wasps wings (Encarsia formosa), coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). E. formosa are bred for use as biological pest control, against whitefly. Magnification: x25 at 6x7cm size

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Mealybug, SEM

Mealybug, SEM
Mealybug. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a female mealybug (Planococcus sp.). Its sucking mouthparts are seen at centre

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Nightmare, conceptual image

Nightmare, conceptual image
Nightmare. Conceptual artwork of a crying person having nightmares while asleep. Some of the images that are going through his or her mind (upper centre) include a gun, a skull and an aeroplane

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Thermogram of feet

Thermogram of feet. Thermograms show the emission of infrared radiation, displaying it as colour- coded surface temperatures

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Thermogram of a rhea

Thermogram of a rhea

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Food & bacteria in the ileum, SEM

Food & bacteria in the ileum, SEM
Food and bacteria in the small intestine. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of food debris (yellow) and normal intestinal bacteria (purple) on villi (projections, red) in the ileum

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Food & bacteria in the ileum, SEM

Food & bacteria in the ileum, SEM

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Internet use, conceptual artwork

Internet use, conceptual artwork
Internet usage. Conceptual artwork representing the use of the internet and electronic mail (e- mail), on a computer. The " @" symbol or " at" sign (top right corner)

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Dry stone wall

Dry stone wall. This type of wall is called dry because no mortar or cement is used to keep the stones together. The gaps between the stones have been filled with straw

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Toothbrush heads and toothpaste tube

Toothbrush heads and toothpaste tube
Toothbrush heads having herbal toothpaste applied from a tube. Regular brushing helps to prevent tooth decay (dental caries)

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Ear canal cleaning

Ear canal cleaning. Cotton bud with ear wax (cerumen) on its tip.(centre, brown). Ear wax is secreted by the ceruminous glands, it helps to prevent micro-organisms from entering the ear

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Toothbrushes

Toothbrushes. Regular brushing helps to prevent tooth decay (dental caries)

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Motorised toothbrush heads

Motorised toothbrush heads. Electric toothbrushes have a motor that vibrates the toothbrushs head. A toothpaste tube is seen at far right. Regular brushing helps to prevent tooth decay

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Colour SEM of atherosclerosis in coronary artery

Colour SEM of atherosclerosis in coronary artery
Atherosclerosis. Coloured Scanning Electron Micro- graph (SEM) of a cross-section through a human coronary artery of the heart showing athero- sclerosis

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Human blood cells, SEM

Human blood cells, SEM
Human blood cells. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of two red blood cells (erythrocytes, red) a platelet (thrombocyte, yellow) and three white blood cells (leucocytes, orange)

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Human blood cells, SEM

Human blood cells, SEM
Human blood cells. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of four platelets (thrombocytes, yellow), a red blood cell (erythrocyte, red) & two white blood cells (leucocytes, blue and purple)

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Skull, CT scan

Skull, CT scan
Human skull, coloured computed tomography (CT) scan. At top is the rounded cranium which houses the brain. The orbits (eye sockets) and nasal cavity (white) are seen

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Coloured TEM of a rubella (German measles) virus

Coloured TEM of a rubella (German measles) virus
Rubella virus. Coloured transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of a single rubella virus, the causative agent of German measles

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Culturing genetically engineered plant seedlings

Culturing genetically engineered plant seedlings

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Coloured TEM of Salmonella bacteria

Coloured TEM of Salmonella bacteria
Salmonella sp. Coloured transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of a cluster of Salmonella sp. bacteria. The cells are rod-shaped with long hair- like flagellae

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Mushroom gills

Mushroom gills. Macrophotograph of the gills of an unidentified double capped mushroom. Gills are found on the underside of the cap (fruiting body) and hold the fungal spores

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Penicillium fruiting bodies, SEM

Penicillium fruiting bodies, SEM

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Lichen, SEM

Lichen, SEM
Lichen. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of an unidentified lichen. A lichen is a mutualistic organism comprising an alga that lives within a fungus in a mutually-beneficial symbiotic

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Orchid petal, SEM

Orchid petal, SEM
Orchid petal. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) showing projections (papillae) on the petal of an unidentified orchid, family Orchidaceae. Magnification: x200 at 6x7cm size

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Bordetella pertussis bacterium

Bordetella pertussis bacterium
False colour transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of a thin section of the whooping cough bacteria, Bordetella pertussis. The whooping cough bacteria parasitise only humans

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Minardi Two Seater: Alex Yoong gives a lucky passenger the ride of their life

Minardi Two Seater: Alex Yoong gives a lucky passenger the ride of their life
Alex Yoong (MAL) gives a lucky passenger the ride of their life. Thunder in the Park 2, Donington Park, England. 8 August 2002. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Minardi Two Seater: Paul Stoddart gives a lucky passenger the ride of their life

Minardi Two Seater: Paul Stoddart gives a lucky passenger the ride of their life
Paul Stoddart (AUS) gives a lucky passenger the ride of their life. Thunder in the Park 2, Donington Park, England. 8 August 2002. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Minardi Two Seater: Thunder in the Park 2, Donington Park, England. 8 August 2002

Minardi Two Seater: Thunder in the Park 2, Donington Park, England. 8 August 2002
Alex Yoong (MAL) Minardi 2 seater. Thunder in the Park 2, Donington Park, England. 8 August 2002. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: FIA World Rally Championship: Petter Solberg Subaru Impreza WRC on leg 1

FIA World Rally Championship: Petter Solberg Subaru Impreza WRC on leg 1
Petter Solberg (NOR) Subaru Impreza WRC on leg 1. FIA World Rally Championship, Neste Rally Finland, Rd9, Finland. Day One. 9 August 2002. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Formula One World Championship: Tony Trimmer, who failed on each of his six attempts to qualify

Formula One World Championship: Tony Trimmer, who failed on each of his six attempts to qualify for a GP
Tony Trimmer (GBR), who failed on each of his six attempts to qualify for a GP, failed to qualify the Maki F101C that failed to make the grade on each of its eight race entries

Background imageImages Dated 9th August 2002: Helicobacter pylori bacteria in stomach

Helicobacter pylori bacteria in stomach
Helicobacter pylori bacteria. Colouredscanning electron micrograph (SEM) of Helicobacter pylori bacteria (pink), a causeof gastritis (stomach lining inflammation)


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