Spike Walker Microscope

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In every part of the surrounding, in which humans dwell in, no matter in water, land, air, or elsewhere, there reign tiny yet complex lives. The in depths study of these living organisms bring human a face to face consequence with an astounding miracle of the creation of God. The astounding part of the living organisms have led us some understanding of the awe-inspiring structure of every life from as small as 0.0000001 to over 0.1. These photomicrographs unveiled the miracle and astounding lives as illustrated below. This microscope image was captured by Spike Walker. It shows a trachea of the silkworm which carries oxygen from the openings within the surface of its body or spiracles. The tracheal tubes are divided into a branch of…show more content…
This in turns enables the cells to move flexibly via the tinniest blood capillaries. These iron-rich protein hemoglobin cells are mainly manufactured in the bone marrow (soft tissue inside the bones), particularly in the bones that make up the spine, pelvis, skull, sternum (breastbone) and ribs of the vertebrates. Their lifespan is only 4 months and each day our body produces new blood red cells to replace those that are dead or lost from our body. (Source: Dr. Jeffery Bowen, Bridgewater State College Bridgewater, Massachusetts, USA.) This photo shows a dragonfly (Kaleidofly of a Halloween Pennant) (1x). It looks like a delicate masterpiece of the mosaic. (Source: Steven Valley, Oregon Department of Agriculture, Plant Division Salem, Oregon, USA.) This photo shows the eggs of a spider (Mimetidae sp.) with a sheath of silk (30x). After laying the eggs, the spider will spun silk through spinnerets located on its posterior part of the abdomen to protect its eggs. At this stage, as you could see from the photo, its silk looks like a fried egg. (Source: Christian Gautier, BIOS/PHONE Photo Agency Avignon, France.) This photo shows the cross-section of the cedar leaves (Cedrus

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