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Images Dated 23rd January 2006

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3 x cement mixers parked up on waste ground on Manitoulin Island Ontario Canada Featured 23 Jan 2006 Print

3 x cement mixers parked up on waste ground on Manitoulin Island Ontario Canada

3 x cement mixers parked up on waste ground on Manitoulin Island Ontario Canada, the vehicle on the left is a Paystar 5000 the one to the right is a Mack. The boom / extension arm fitted to the mixer on the left of the main two is a shute extension allowing concrete to be delivered by a conveyor belt mechanism at a much longer reach than the conventional shute fitted at the rear of the drum

© Ian Loasby Photography 2015 / Topfoto

open-uri20120929-14434-1l6ytv9 Featured 23 Jan 2006 Print

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2006 Lucky Strike Honda F1 Team Launch
Otmar Szafnauer (Vice President Honda Racing Development). Portrait.
Photo: Steven Tee/LAT Photographic
ref: 48mb Hi Res Digital Image VY9E7530

Bacteria infecting macrophage cells, SEM Featured 23 Jan 2006 Print

Bacteria infecting macrophage cells, SEM

Bacteria infecting macrophage cells. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of Bacillus anthracis bacteria (purple) infecting macrophage white blood cells. The macrophages, when activated, will engulf (phagocytose) the bacteria and destroy them as part of the body's immune response. B. anthracis is a Gram-positive, spore-forming bacteria that causes anthrax. It can infect the skin (cutaneous anthrax), causing raised itchy lesions, the lungs (pulmonary anthrax), which is fatal unless treated quickly, and the digestive system (gastrointestinal anthrax), causing vomiting of blood and severe diarrhoea. All forms can be fatal if left untreated. Treatment is with antibiotics

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