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Fertilisation Collection

"Fertilisation: The Intricate Dance of Life" In the realm of microscopic wonders, lies the captivating process of fertilisation

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Picture No. 11675528

Picture No. 11675528
Mouse Embryo at Eight Cell Stage. Date:

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Picture No. 11675527

Picture No. 11675527
Mouse Embryo at Four Cell Stage & a Polar Body. Date:

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Picture No. 11675526

Picture No. 11675526
Mouse Embryo at Two Cell Stage & a Polar Body. Date:

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Picture No. 11675525

Picture No. 11675525
Mouse Embryo at Single Cell Stage and Polar Body. Date:

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Picture No. 11675522

Picture No. 11675522
A human Ovum surrounded by Sperm - being fertilized. Date:

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Coloured SEM of egg & sperm during fertilisation

Coloured SEM of egg & sperm during fertilisation
Fertilisation. Coloured Scanning Electron Micro- graph (SEM) of a human egg (ovum) being penetrated by sperm during fertilisation. Sperm are coloured yellow, each with a rounded head and a long tail

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Computer art of sperm and egg during fertilisation

Computer art of sperm and egg during fertilisation

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Blastocyst, artwork F006 / 2190

Blastocyst, artwork F006 / 2190
Blastocyst. Computer artwork of a 100-cell blastocyst embryo

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Bumble bee collecting pollen

Bumble bee collecting pollen
Bumble bee (Bombus sp.) collecting pollen fom a flower. Bumble bees are important pollinators

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Pollination, SEM

Pollination, SEM
Pollination. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of part of a flowers pistil with pollen grains attached. The pistil is the female reproductive part of a flower

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Engravings depicting the process of gathering seaweed which was used as fertiliser in Holland

Engravings depicting the process of gathering seaweed which was used as fertiliser in Holland, 19th century
5308939 Engravings depicting the process of gathering seaweed which was used as fertiliser in Holland, 19th century; (add.info)

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Almanac advertising ammonium sulphate, January 1911 (litho) (b / w photo)

Almanac advertising ammonium sulphate, January 1911 (litho) (b / w photo)
CHT230870 Almanac advertising ammonium sulphate, January 1911 (litho) (b/w photo) by Gerbault, Henri (1863-1930); Bibliotheque-Musee Forney, Paris, France; © Archives Charmet

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Fertilization of Egypt, 1791. Creator: William Blake

Fertilization of Egypt, 1791. Creator: William Blake
Fertilization of Egypt, 1791

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Fertilization of Egypt (Erasmus Darwin, The Botanic Garden), 1791. Creator: William Blake

Fertilization of Egypt (Erasmus Darwin, The Botanic Garden), 1791. Creator: William Blake
Fertilization of Egypt (Erasmus Darwin, The Botanic Garden), 1791

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Evolution Of A Chicken Within An Egg, And A Chicken Recently Emerged From The Egg

Evolution Of A Chicken Within An Egg, And A Chicken Recently Emerged From The Egg. From El Mundo Ilustrado, Published Barcelona, 1880

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Illustration of human sperm fusing with ovum during conception

Illustration of human sperm fusing with ovum during conception

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Zygote, artwork F006 / 2563

Zygote, artwork F006 / 2563
Zygote. Computer artwork of a fertilised ovum (egg), or zygote

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Ole Schou, Danish sperm bank founder

Ole Schou, Danish sperm bank founder
Ole Schou (born 1954), Danish sperm bank founder, holding a cartoon depiction of a sperm (male sex cell). Schou is the CEO of Cryos International Sperm Bank, which he founded in 1987

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Pollen mass of Orchis mascula when first attached (A) and after depression (B), 1899

Pollen mass of Orchis mascula when first attached (A) and after depression (B), 1899. From The Various Contrivances by which Orchids are Fertilized by Insects (second edition) by Charles Darwin

Background imageFertilisation Collection: The moth Acontia luctuosa and orchid pollen, 1862

The moth Acontia luctuosa and orchid pollen, 1862. This shows seven pairs of pollinia of Orchis pyramidalis on the moths proboscis

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Diagram of human egg being fertilized in the fallopian tube

Diagram of human egg being fertilized in the fallopian tube

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Picture No. 10875785

Picture No. 10875785
Light Micrograph of Rat Embryo 13.2 days after fertilisation Date:

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Picture No. 10875782

Picture No. 10875782
Light Micrograph of Rat Embryo 11.5 days after fertilisation Date:

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Picture No. 10875786

Picture No. 10875786
Light Micrograph of Rat Embryo 13.2 days after fertilisation, out of its yolk sac Date:

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Picture No. 10875780

Picture No. 10875780
Light Micrograph of Rat Embryo 11.5 days after fertilisation Date:

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Picture No. 10875783

Picture No. 10875783
Light Micrograph of Rat Embryo 13.2 days after fertilisation Date:

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Picture No. 10875784

Picture No. 10875784
Light Micrograph of Eye detail of a rat embryo at 13.2 days after fertilisation Date:

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Picture No. 10875781

Picture No. 10875781
Light Micrograph of Rat Embryo 11.5 days after fertilisation Date:

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Picture No. 10875779

Picture No. 10875779
Light Micrograph of Rat Embryo 10.2 days after fertilisation in sac Date:

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Blackberry in first stages of fertilisation, showing carpels and withering stamens

Blackberry in first stages of fertilisation, showing carpels and withering stamens

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Selection of eggs of different shapes and sizes

Selection of eggs of different shapes and sizes

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Model of an egg cell being fertilised by a sperm cell

Model of an egg cell being fertilised by a sperm cell

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Blackberry in final stages of fertilisation, showing drupulets and withered stamens

Blackberry in final stages of fertilisation, showing drupulets and withered stamens

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Male and female Common Frogs (Rana temporaria) in amplexus, producing eggs, view from above

Male and female Common Frogs (Rana temporaria) in amplexus, producing eggs, view from above

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Male and female Common Toads (Bufo bufo) mating

Male and female Common Toads (Bufo bufo) mating

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Honey bee feeding

Honey bee feeding
Honey bee (Apis mellifera) feeding on a flower. This is a field bee, an older female worker bee who spends time out of the colony foraging for food

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Bumble bee feeding

Bumble bee feeding
Bumble bee (Bombus sp.) feeding. The bee feeds on the flower nectar and collects pollen. The pollen (yellow) is stored on its hind legs and transported back to the bee colony

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Egg and sperm, artwork F007 / 7682

Egg and sperm, artwork F007 / 7682
Egg and sperm, computer artwork

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Human sperm, artwork F007 / 7671

Human sperm, artwork F007 / 7671
Human sperm, computer artwork

Background imageFertilisation Collection: Egg and sperm, artwork F007 / 7674

Egg and sperm, artwork F007 / 7674
Egg and sperm, computer artwork



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"Fertilisation: The Intricate Dance of Life" In the realm of microscopic wonders, lies the captivating process of fertilisation. Through a series of intricate steps, life begins its journey with the fusion of an egg and sperm. Captured in vivid detail by coloured scanning electron microscopy (SEM), Picture No. 11675528 reveals this magical moment where two tiny entities unite to create new life. Picture No. 11675527 takes us even closer, showcasing the remarkable structures that make up both egg and sperm. Each one carries within it the genetic blueprint for future generations, ready to embark on their mission towards conception. As we delve deeper into this fascinating world, Picture No. 11675526 unravels another layer of complexity - a computer-generated artwork illustrating the delicate interaction between sperm and egg during fertilisation, and is as if nature itself choreographs this dance, guiding these minuscule beings towards their destined union. But what happens after fertilisation? Picture No. 11675525 introduces us to the blastocyst stage – a crucial milestone in early development when cells begin to divide rapidly and form an embryo capable of implanting itself into the womb. While we marvel at these microscopic wonders, let's not forget that nature has been perfecting its own methods long before our understanding came about. The bumble bee collecting pollen depicted in Picture No. 11675522 serves as a reminder that pollination plays a vital role in plant reproduction - yet another form occurring all around us. Zooming out from microcosmic marvels to historical context, we encounter an intriguing advertisement from January 1911 featuring ammonium sulphate – a fertilizer used to enhance soil fertility (Almanac advertising ammonium sulphate). This snapshot from yesteryears reminds us how humans have harnessed knowledge about fertilisers for agricultural purposes throughout history. Lastly, primrose pollen captured through SEM (Picture No.