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Images Dated 6th December 2004

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Nightingale Nurses Featured 6 Dec 2004 Image

Nightingale Nurses

A contemporary cartoonist's view of nurses tending wounded soldiers during the Crimean war, circa 1855. The nurses are referred to as Nightingale nurses after Florence Nightingale, who was responsible for reforming hospitals and nursing techniques during the war. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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2004 Australian V8 Supecars. Eastern Creek raceway, Sydney, Australia. 5th December. V8 Supercar driver Paul Radisich finished the final round with 888 with a 2nd outright. World copyright:Mark Horsburgh/LAT Photographic Featured 6 Dec 2004 Image

2004 Australian V8 Supecars. Eastern Creek raceway, Sydney, Australia. 5th December. V8 Supercar driver Paul Radisich finished the final round with 888 with a 2nd outright. World copyright:Mark Horsburgh/LAT Photographic

2004 Australian V8 Supecars.
Eastern Creek raceway, Sydney, Australia. 5th December.
V8 Supercar driver Paul Radisich finished the final round with 888 with a 2nd outright.
World copyright:Mark Horsburgh/LAT Photographic.
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Stoma of a pea leaf Featured 6 Dec 2004 Image

Stoma of a pea leaf

False-colour transmission electron micrograph of a stomatal complex in a young leaf of the pea plant, Pisum sativum. The picture shows two developing guard cells separated by a cell wall which will split to form the stomatal opening. Both cells are dominated by a large nucleus containing clumps of chromatin (red). Stomata are pores in the epidermis of the leaf; they regulate the exchange of water & gases between the atmosphere & the leaf interior. When the guard cells are full of water the pore is open; when it loses water the pore closes. Closure is a natural response to darkness & drought. Magnification: x1500 at 35mm size, x2600 at 6x4.5cm size. Reference: MICROCOSMOS, figure 4.11, page 73

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