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Images Dated 6th October 2006

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open-uri20120929-11801-ci8mi3 Featured 6 Oct 2006 Print

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2006 Japanese Grand Prix - Friday Practice
Suzuka, Japan. 5th - 8th October 2006
Tiago Monteiro, Spyker/MF1 M16-Toyota, action.
World Copyright: Glenn Dunbar/LAT Photographic.
ref: Digital Image IMG_7723

Canada, Ontario, Minden. Autumn-colored tree reflect in pond of water lilies. Credit as Featured 6 Oct 2006 Print

Canada, Ontario, Minden. Autumn-colored tree reflect in pond of water lilies. Credit as

Canada, Ontario, Minden. Autumn-colored tree reflect in pond of water lilies. Credit as: Mike Grandmaison / Jaynes Gallery / DanitaDelimont(Large format sizes available)

© Mike Grandmaison / Jaynes Gallery / DanitaDelimont.com

Autumn, Blue, Canada, Color, Fall, Floating, Forest, Jaynes Gallery, Landscape, Large Format, Lily, Medium Format, Mike Grandmaison, Minden, Mosaic, Ontario, Pad, Pond, Red, Reflection, Scenic, Seasonal, Tree, Water, Yellow

Nitrogen-fixing root nodule, micrograph Featured 6 Oct 2006 Print

Nitrogen-fixing root nodule, micrograph

Nitrogen-fixing root nodule. Light micrograph of a section through a root nodule of a broad bean plant (Faba vulgaris) showing the symbiotic Rhizobium leguminosarum bacteria (purple) within it. These bacteria are able to convert inert atmospheric nitrogen into ammonia, which can then be converted into other nitrogenous compounds essential for plant metabolism. The presence of the symbiotic bacteria in the roots of the bean plant allows it to grow in nitrogen-poor soils, which are unable to support many other plants. Nitrogen-fixing plants are widely grown in agriculture to return nutrients to soil after they have been depleted by the growth of other crops. Magnification: x35 when printed 10cm wide

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