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Cellulose Gallery

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Choose from 31 pictures in our Cellulose collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Page from Hamleys Toy Shop catalogue, 1937 (litho)
Page from Hamleys Toy Shop catalogue, 1937 (litho)
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Flax (Linum usitatissimum)
Flax (Linum usitatissimum)
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Pods hanging from branches of Ceiba pentandra, Kapok Tree
Pods hanging from branches of Ceiba pentandra, Kapok Tree
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Microscopic view of Stachybotrys
Microscopic view of Stachybotrys
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Microscopic view of Stachybotrys chartarum
Microscopic view of Stachybotrys chartarum
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Communist Factory Worker
Communist Factory Worker
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Stainless steel fermentation tanks with cooling coils on the outside. Plate cellulose
Stainless steel fermentation tanks with cooling coils on the outside. Plate cellulose
Danita Delimont

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Algae cell wall, SEM
Algae cell wall, SEM
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Thin section of plant stem
Thin section of plant stem
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Wasp Nest Material (SEM)
Wasp Nest Material (SEM)
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Newspaper, SEM
Newspaper, SEM
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Kitchen paper towel, SEM
Kitchen paper towel, SEM
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Algae cell wall, SEM Featured Image

Algae cell wall, SEM

Algae cell wall. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of cellulose microfibrils (strands) in a Chaetomorpha sp. algal cell wall. Unlike animal cells, plants cells are enclosed in a protective rigid cell wall. The main constituent of the wall is cellulose, a complex polysaccharide that forms microfibrils. Two other polysaccharides, pectin and glycan, cross-link with the cellulose to increase the strength of the cell wall. Cellulose microfibrils measure between 5 nanometres and 15 nanometres in diameter

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Paper handkerchief, SEM
Paper handkerchief, SEM
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Paper mill machinery
Paper mill machinery
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Biofuel bacteria
Biofuel bacteria
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Surgical face mask, SEM
Surgical face mask, SEM
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PLM of a cross-section through rayon fibres
PLM of a cross-section through rayon fibres
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SEM of lyocell (synthetic cellulose) fibres
SEM of lyocell (synthetic cellulose) fibres
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Filter paper, SEM
Filter paper, SEM
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Antimicrobial wound dressing, SEM
Antimicrobial wound dressing, SEM
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Plant cell wall, diagram
Plant cell wall, diagram
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Petrified Tree trunk, Libya
Petrified Tree trunk, Libya
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Dry rot fungus
Dry rot fungus
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Cellulose microfibrils of a cell wall
Cellulose microfibrils of a cell wall
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Petrified Tree trunk, Libya Featured Image

Petrified Tree trunk, Libya

Petrified wood (from Greek root petro meaning "rock" or "stone"; literally "wood turned into stone") in the Libyan desert. It is the result of a tree having turned into stone by the process of permineralization. All the organic materials have been replaced with minerals (such as quartz), while retaining the original structure of the wood. Unlike other types of fossils which are typically impressions or compressions, petrified wood is a three dimensional representation of the original organic material. The petrificaction process occurs underground, when wood becomes buried under sediment and is preserved due to a lack of oxygen which inhibits aerobic decomposition. Mineral-laden water flowing through the sediment deposits minerals in the plant's cells and as the plant's lignin and cellulose decay, a stone mould forms in its place. In general, wood takes fewer than 100 years to petrify

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Rotten wood, SEM
Rotten wood, SEM
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Protoplast showing cellulose microfibrils
Protoplast showing cellulose microfibrils
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Cellulose molecule
Cellulose molecule
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Page from Hamleys Toy Shop catalogue, 1937 (litho)
Page from Hamleys Toy Shop catalogue, 1937 (litho)
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Sacred lotus (Nelumbo nucifera)
Sacred lotus (Nelumbo nucifera)
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Paper fibres, SEM
Paper fibres, SEM
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Sycamore stem, light micrograph
Sycamore stem, light micrograph
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