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Images Dated 11th March 2004

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Choose from 148 pictures in our Images Dated 11th March 2004 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


N.A., USA, Alaska, Iditarod Trail Doug Swinly races his dog sled in the 1994 Iditarod Featured 11 Mar 2004 Print

N.A., USA, Alaska, Iditarod Trail Doug Swinly races his dog sled in the 1994 Iditarod

N.A., USA, Alaska, Iditarod Trail Doug Swinly races his dog sled in the 1994 Iditarod sled race (Editorial Usage Only)

© Paul Souders / Danita Delimont, Agent

Alaska, Animal, Compete, Danita Delimont, Dog, Dog Sled, Event, Husky, Iditarod, Iditarod Trail, North America, Paul Souders, Race, Rf, Run, Season, Sled, Snow, Sport, Team, Tradition, Trail, Usa, Winter

NA, Canada, Jasper NP Columbian ground squirrels; baby and mother watch for danger Featured 11 Mar 2004 Print

NA, Canada, Jasper NP Columbian ground squirrels; baby and mother watch for danger

NA, Canada, Jasper NP Columbian ground squirrels; baby and mother watch for danger, near Maligne Lake; summer

© Jamie & Judy Wild / Danita Delimont, Agent

Alert, Animal, Animal Behavior, Baby, Behavior, Canada, Danita Delimont, Defend, Environment, Family, Fauna, Ground Squirrel, Hug, Jasper National Park, Love, Maligne Lake, Mother, National Park, Nature, North America, Np, Nurture, Park, Protect, Public Land, Rf, Rodent, Squirrel, Touch, Wildlife

Ultraviolet fluorescence micrograph animal cell Featured 11 Mar 2004 Print

Ultraviolet fluorescence micrograph animal cell

Ultraviolet Fluorescence micrograph showing the microtubular network of an animal cell, made visible with fluorescent antibodies. Microtubules, together with microfilaments (not seen here), form a three-dimensional array known as the cytoskeleton of the cell. This fibrous network, only recently observed using ultraviolet light & fluorescent stains, is still poorly understood. Microtubules, more rigid than microfilaments, are thought to act as direction markers in the cell

© FRANCIS LEROY, BIOCOSMOS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY.