Judy Jernstedt, Stem cross section of Pereskia guamacho
- Orchid aerial root taken using brightfield microscopy.
Flax plant stem, light micrograph (plate with gems instead of cells)
Flax plant stem, light micrograph
Pine needle cross section
Lime Tree Stem
Fruit stone cells. Beautiful nature. Microscopic Photography. Science as art.
Pine Stem Cross Section
Cross section of a plant stem under a microscope.
I'm pretty sure that these are plant cells (stem or root... Probably root).
Oak root, light micrograph
Dyed cross-section of plant under a microscope. By biodisc. From rangireflections on tumblr
An appropriate color choice is the key to convey proper meaning (and sense of wonder) to microscopic images of plant tissues.
The underside of a potato leaf (Solanum tuberosum) is covered with fine hairs (bluish) and glandular cells (yellow), in between the stomata are visible. Scanning Electron Microscope, 90:1 (at 15x8cm)