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Oocyte Collection

"Unlocking the Miracle of Life

Background imageOocyte 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 imageOocyte Collection: Ovarian follicle, SEM

Ovarian follicle, SEM
Ovarian follicle. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a fracture through a secondary follicle in the ovary. The oocyte (developing egg) is orange and its central nucleus is darker orange

Background imageOocyte Collection: Ovarian follicle, light micrograph C016 / 0519

Ovarian follicle, light micrograph C016 / 0519
Ovarian follicle. Light micrograph of a section through a secondary ovarian follicle showing signs of maturation into the antral follicle class

Background imageOocyte Collection: Sperm traveling towards egg with cellia

Sperm traveling towards egg with cellia

Background imageOocyte Collection: Microscopic view of sperm traveling towards embryo

Microscopic view of sperm traveling towards embryo

Background imageOocyte Collection: Microscopic view of ovules

Microscopic view of ovules

Background imageOocyte Collection: Conceptual image of common fertilization

Conceptual image of common fertilization

Background imageOocyte Collection: Conceptual image of ovulation in female

Conceptual image of ovulation in female

Background imageOocyte Collection: Male reproductive sperm entering the egg

Male reproductive sperm entering the egg

Background imageOocyte Collection: Microscopic view of sperm swimming towards egg

Microscopic view of sperm swimming towards egg

Background imageOocyte Collection: Fertilisation, artwork F006 / 8739

Fertilisation, artwork F006 / 8739
Fertilisation, computer artwork

Background imageOocyte Collection: Oocyte, light micrograph

Oocyte, light micrograph
Oocyte. Light micrograph of a section through an oocyte within a early antral follicle in an ovary. Oocytes are immature ova, or egg cells

Background imageOocyte Collection: Primordial egg follicles in an ovary

Primordial egg follicles in an ovary
Light micrograph of three primordial follicles (at centre) surrounded by flattened stroma cells in the human ovary. These follicles will form into oocytes which become eggs

Background imageOocyte Collection: Oocyte before ovulation, light micrograph

Oocyte before ovulation, light micrograph
Oocyte before ovulation. Light micrograph of a section through tissue from an ovary, showing an oocyte two days before ovulation

Background imageOocyte Collection: Primordial egg follicle in an ovary

Primordial egg follicle in an ovary
Light micrograph of a primordial follicle (at centre) surrounded by flattened stroma cells in the human ovary. This follicle will form into an oocyte which becomes an egg

Background imageOocyte Collection: Ovarian follicle tissue, light micrograph

Ovarian follicle tissue, light micrograph
Ovarian follicle tissue. Light micrograph of a section through tissue from an ovarian follicle, showing a boundary between two layers

Background imageOocyte Collection: Ovarian follicle, TEM

Ovarian follicle, TEM
Ovarian follicle. Transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of a section through an ovary, showing a primary follicle. Primary follicles contain a central oocyte (female germ cell)

Background imageOocyte Collection: Ovarian primordial follicles, micrograph C016 / 0518

Ovarian primordial follicles, micrograph C016 / 0518
Ovarian primordial follicles. Light micrograph of a section through the cortex of a neonatal ovary, showing clusters of primordial follicles each containing a single oocyte (egg cell)

Background imageOocyte Collection: Oocytes, illustration C018 / 0808

Oocytes, illustration C018 / 0808
Oocytes, illustration. Oocytes are immature egg cells, the female gametes (sex cells). Oocytes are encased in a glycoprotein shell called the zona pellucida that prevents more than one sperm

Background imageOocyte Collection: Nucleoplasmin histone-chaperone protein C015 / 6915

Nucleoplasmin histone-chaperone protein C015 / 6915
Nucleoplasmin histone-chaperone protein, molecular model. This is nucleoplasmin 2 (Npm2), a chaperone that acts on human nucleoplasmin. Chaparone proteins play a key role in aiding protein folding

Background imageOocyte Collection: Egg cell, SEM

Egg cell, SEM
Egg cell. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a freeze-fracture of a developing egg cell in a secondary follicle of the ovary. At centre is the rounded egg cell or secondary oocyte (red)

Background imageOocyte Collection: Coloured SEM of egg cell in secondary follicle

Coloured SEM of egg cell in secondary follicle

Background imageOocyte Collection: Coloured SEM of sperm on egg during fertilisation

Coloured SEM of sperm on egg during fertilisation
Fertilisation. Coloured scanning electron micro- graph (SEM) of sperm on the surface of a human egg (ovum) during fertilisation. The egg has a spongy protective surface

Background imageOocyte Collection: False-colour SEM of secondary oocyte & polar body

False-colour SEM of secondary oocyte & polar body
Human egg. False-colour scanning electron micrograph of a human egg (primary oocyte) at the end of the first meiotic division, occurring just before ovulation

Background imageOocyte Collection: Lampbrush chromosomes, TEM

Lampbrush chromosomes, TEM
Lampbrush chromosomes. Coloured transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of lampbrush chromosomes (LBCs). A chromosome consists of proteins and DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid)

Background imageOocyte Collection: LM of immature human oocyte with germinal vesicle

LM of immature human oocyte with germinal vesicle
Light micrograph of an immature human oocyte (the female egg cell) containing a germinal body, the large cell nucleus. Oocytes are formed in the ovaries

Background imageOocyte Collection: Gender determination

Gender determination, computer artwork. Gender is determined by the sex chromosomes, X and Y. Females have 2 X chromosomes and men an X and a Y chromosome

Background imageOocyte Collection: Ovarian follicles, light micrograph

Ovarian follicles, light micrograph
Ovarian follicles. Coloured light micrograph of a section through an ovary (orange), showing three primary follicles (pink)

Background imageOocyte Collection: Coloured SEM of secondary follicles in the ovary

Coloured SEM of secondary follicles in the ovary

Background imageOocyte Collection: Cloning research

Cloning research
MODEL RELEASED. Cloning research. Researcher using a mouth pipette to move oocyte cells in a container. A light microscope allows her to see the cells

Background imageOocyte Collection: Chicken reproduction, artwork

Chicken reproduction, artwork
Chicken reproduction. Cutaway artwork of a female chicken, showing the internal process that produces its egg. The sequence progresses from upper left to lower right

Background imageOocyte Collection: Ovarian follicle, light micrograph

Ovarian follicle, light micrograph
Ovarian follicle. Light micrograph of a transverse section through a mammalian ovary, the reproductive structure that produces the female sex cells (ova)

Background imageOocyte Collection: Ovarian follicle, SEM

Ovarian follicle, SEM
Ovarian follicle. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a fracture through a secondary follicle in the ovary. The oocyte (developing egg), with its central nucleus, is purple

Background imageOocyte Collection: Ovarian cycle, artwork

Ovarian cycle, artwork
Ovarian cycle, computer artwork. Once sexual maturity is reached up to 20 oocytes start developing into eggs (ovums) every menstrual cycle

Background imageOocyte Collection: Ovarian follicle maturation, artwork

Ovarian follicle maturation, artwork
Ovarian follicle maturation. Computer artwork showing the beginning of the follicular phase of ovarian follicle maturation. At bottom left is the primary follicle stage

Background imageOocyte Collection: Graafian follicle, light micrograph

Graafian follicle, light micrograph
Graafian follicle. Light micrograph of a section through a mature Graafian follicle from a mammalian ovary. This contains the secondary oocyte (round object at centre)

Background imageOocyte Collection: Sperm on egg during fertilisation

Sperm on egg during fertilisation
Fertilisation. Coloured scanning electron micro- graph (SEM) of sperm on the surface of a human egg (ovum) during fertilisation. The egg has a furry surface (brown)



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"Unlocking the Miracle of Life: Exploring the Journey Fertilization" Witness the mesmerizing dance of life as a coloured SEM captures the enchanting moment when an egg and sperm unite during fertilization. Delve into the intricate world within our bodies with an ovarian follicle SEM, revealing nature's hidden masterpiece. Step closer to understanding the magic of reproduction through a captivating light micrograph C016 / 0519 showcasing an ovarian follicle in all its glory. Marvel at the determination of tiny sperm traveling towards their destined union with an egg, propelled by delicate cellia that guide them on their path. Peer into a microscopic view where sperm embark on their incredible journey towards creating new life, highlighting nature's awe-inspiring design. Witness the breathtaking release of an egg from female ovaries, captured in exquisite detail through a microscopic lens - a pivotal moment in human reproduction. Immerse yourself in another microscopic view as determined sperm swim tirelessly towards their ultimate destination – uniting with an awaiting egg to spark new beginnings. Explore the fascinating world of ovules up close and personal through multiple microscopic views, unveiling nature's remarkable potential for creation. Experience once again how dedicated sperm navigate through treacherous terrain to reach their goal – capturing yet another microscopic view that leaves us awestruck by life's wonders. Dive into a conceptual image depicting common fertilization, offering insight into this universal phenomenon that brings forth countless lives across species boundaries. Envision ovulation unfolding before your eyes in a striking conceptual image - encapsulating both beauty and complexity within this essential process for female fertility. Intriguingly complex and undeniably beautiful, oocytes hold secrets waiting to be unraveled; they are key players in one of life’s most extraordinary journeys - fertilization.