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Images Dated 31st October 2007

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Pine tree stem, light micrograph Featured 31 Oct 2007 Print

Pine tree stem, light micrograph

Pine tree stem. Coloured light micrograph of a cross-section through the stem of a pine tree. (Pinus sp.). The red wood (xylem, lower left) has resin canals in it, which are outlined in green. The resin produced by the canals contains turpentine, which stops bacteria, fungi and insects from decomposing or eating the stems or leaves. Several growth rings are also distinguishable in the xylem, which can be counted to calculate the tree's age, as the cambium (thin green ring at the edge) forms one ring each year as it expands outwards. The green feature spanning these rings is the phloem, which transports nutrients around the plant. The darker region at top is the cortex, the outer portion of the stem. Magnification: x18 when printed 10cm wide


open-uri20120930-12590-uja7pn Featured 31 Oct 2007 Print


1977 United States Grand Prix West.
Long Beach, California, USA.
1-3 April 1977.
James Hunt (McLaren M23 Ford) locks up and takes off over the front wheel of John Watson's Brabham BT45B Alfa Romeo, in the chain reaction of collisions at Cooks Corner on the first lap.
World Copyright - LAT Photographic

HMS Severn Featured 31 Oct 2007 Print

HMS Severn

HMS Severn at sea off the coast of Portsmouth.
HMS Severn is one of the trio of Offshore Patrol Vessels ploughing the seas around the UK almost every day of the year. The ship is the second River-class built by Vosper Thornycroft at their Woolston yard and she became the penultimate ship to be built there.
The 3 River class Offshore Patrol Vessels patrol the UK EEZ, routinely operating hundreds of miles off the UK coast. Their primary role is to deliver maritime security, encompassing fishery protection and Marine Management tasks on behalf of the Marine Management Organisation, as well as a wide range of operations to ensure the security, integrity, and safety of UK wate

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