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Images Dated 4th April 2003

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1988 Racing Drivers At Home 1988 Featured 4 Apr 2003 Image

1988 Racing Drivers At Home 1988

APRIL 04: Padova, italy. Riccardo Patrese works out in his private gym during the Racing Drivers At Home 1988 on April 04, 2003. (Photo by Ercole Colombo / Studio Colombo)

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Coloured SEM of a coiled garden millipede Featured 4 Apr 2003 Image

Coloured SEM of a coiled garden millipede

Coiled millipede. Coloured scanning electron micrograph of a coiled garden millipede, Cylindroiulus londinensis. Millipedes are arthropods. They have bodies made up of several similar segments and relatively large numbers of legs. When handled or threatened they curl up into a tight ball, as seen here. The millipede's head is at centre right with the end of its curved antenna lying over its simple eye (triangular). Several pairs of legs can be seen extending from its segmented body. Millipedes live in damp habitats, living on fungi and decaying matter. Magnification: x15 at 6x7cm size. Magnification: x30 at 6x4.5 inch print size

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Artwork of digestive system and harmful bacteria Featured 4 Apr 2003 Image

Artwork of digestive system and harmful bacteria

Gastroenteritis. Artwork of bacteria shown below the human digestive system in which they cause gastroenteritis, the inflammation of the stomach and intestines. The stomach is at upper centre above the small intestine (at centre). The large intestine (colon), which ends at the rectum (at bottom centre), surrounds the small intestine. Various bacteria can be seen at bottom, including bacilli (rod-shaped) and cocci (circular) forms. The few bacteria that cause gastroenteritis include Escherichia coli, Listeria sp. and Salmonella sp. Food poisoning, due to contaminated food or water, is the most common form of gastroenteritis. Treatment is rarely necessary

© JOHN BAVOSI/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY