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Images Dated 24th September 2003

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Native American mortar in sandstone, wildflower meadow, Los Padres National Forest Featured 24 Sep 2003 Image

Native American mortar in sandstone, wildflower meadow, Los Padres National Forest

Native American mortar in sandstone, wildflower meadow, Los Padres National Forest, Merle Ranch, California

© Reid, Rich / Animals Animals/Earth Scenes

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Childrens birthday party pattern Featured 24 Sep 2003 Image

Childrens birthday party pattern

© CSA-Printstock

467605012, Celebration, Colored Background, Five People, Little Boys, Wishing

Artwork of ovum (egg) development in womans ovary Featured 24 Sep 2003 Image

Artwork of ovum (egg) development in womans ovary

Ovum development. Illustration showing the development of a human ovum (egg) in an ovary (pink, at lower centre) during the menstrual cycle. While up to twenty egg-producing primary follicles (small circles in left of ovary) begin to develop, only one reaches maturity. This follicle can be seen developing anti-clockwise from lower centre. It forms a secondary follicle and then a Graafian follicle (largest stage) prior to ovulation, when the ripe ovum is released into the fallopian tube (dark pink). If the ovum is not fertilized the uterus endometrium, or lining (shown in background), is shed in menstruation and another follicle starts to develop

© JOHN BAVOSI/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY