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Photomicrography Microscopic Photos: Amazing photos including the winner from Nikon's Small World Photomicrography of the Year 2014 Contest; My favorite entries, some of the most beautiful photomicrograph photos from Nikon's contest entries are shown below.

Microscopic "Rotifer": Winning 1st place entry: Photograph Credit: Rogelio Moreno

Photo of rotifer showing the inside of the mouth and the beautiful heart shaped corona; winning contest entryphotomicrograph by Rogelio Moreno; click for a larger file of this cool photography contest entry.

Rotifer showing the inside of the mouth and the beautiful heart shaped corona. Enlarged 40x Photomicrograph by Rogelio Moreno, Panama. Photography Technique: Differential Interference Contrast.
MORE ROTIFER INFORMATION: Introduction Rotifers : the "wheel animalcules" "Rotifers are microscopic aquatic animals of the phylum Rotifera. Rotifers can be found in many freshwater environments and in moist soil, where they inhabit the thin films of water that are formed around soil particles" UCMP Berkeley
Photo Gallery of Rotifers


""caterpillar proleg"" 4th place entry: Photomicrography Credit: Karin Panser.

Caterpillar proleg with circle of gripping hooks in red enlarged 20x photographed using confocal autofluorescence; click for a larger file of this beautiful photography contest entry.

Photo Credit: Karin Panser, The Research Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP), Vienna, Austria; Photo Subject Matter: Caterpillar proleg with circle of gripping hooks in red enlarged 20x photographed using confocal autofluorescence.

"Agate" Microscopic (50x) photo of unpolished Montana Dryhead agate using fiber optic lighting. 12th place entry: Photomicrography Credit: Douglas L. Moore

Unpolished Montana Dryhead agate enlarged 50xand lit using fiber optic lighting; Photomicrography contest entry by Douglas L. Moore; click for a larger file of this spetacular photography contest entry.

Unpolished Montana Dryhead agate enlarged 50x and lit using fiber optic lighting; photomicrograph by Douglas L. Moore.

More about the agate gemstone: www.minerals.net/...

More about Dryhead Agate: www.theagateworks.com/...

"bovine pulmonary artery " 5th Place, Photomicrography Credit: Muthugapatti K. Kandasamy

Microscopic photo of bovine pulmonary artery endothelial cells; click for a larger file of this spetacular photography contest entry.

Bovine pulmonary artery endothelial cells stained for actin (pink), mitochondria (green) and DNA (yellow): Super-Resolution Microscopy Photo by Muthugapatti K. Kandasamy, The University of Georgia Biomedical Microscopy Core, Athens, Georgia, USA.

Definition Bovine: www.thefreedictionary.com/...

"Brine Shrimp Appendages" 8th place entry: Photomicrography Credit: Dr. Igor Robert Siwanowicz.

Appendages of a common brine shrimp enlarged 100x photographed using confocal technique; click for a larger file of this beautiful photography contest entry.

Photo Credit: Dr. Igor Robert Siwanowicz, Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), Janelia Farm Research Campus, Ashburn, Virginia, USA. Photograph Subject: Appendages of a common brine shrimp enlarged 100x photographed using confocal technique.

3rd place winner "Jumping spider eyes" Photomicrography Credit: Martina Gardiner.

Microscopic photograph ultra-closeup of jumping spider eyes; click for a larger file of this beautiful photography contest entry

Photo entry by Noah Fram-Schwartz, Greenwich, Connecticut, USA. Jumping Spider eyes enlarged 20x lit using reflected light.

Jumping Spider Youtube Video:



"Pleurotaenium ovatum (microalgae)" Photomicrography Credit: Rogelio Moreno

Microscopic photo contest entry by Rogelio Moreno of Algae, Pleurotaenium ovatum (microalgae) using polarized Light; click for a larger file of this beautiful science photograph.

17th place entry by Rogelio Moreno of Panama City, Panama of Algae, Pleurotaenium ovatum (microalgae) using Polarized Light.





"Anagallis arvensis (scarlet pimpernel)" 18th place entry photomicrography credit: Jens H. Petersen and MycoKey Ebeltoft

Microscopic photo contest entry by Rogelio Moreno of Algae, Anagallis arvensis (scarlet pimpernel) enlarged 80x using macroscopy; click for a larger file of this beautiful science photograph.

18th place entry by Jens H. Petersen and MycoKey Ebeltoft, Denmark, Photo Subject Matter: Anagallis arvensis (scarlet pimpernel) enlarged 80x using microscopy.


"Active fluid flow around coral polyp" 6th place entry photomicrography credit: Dr. Douglas Brumley

Microscopic photo contest entry photo entry by Dr. Douglas Brumley, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. Photograph Subject Matter: Active fluid flow around P. damicornis (coral polyp); click for a larger file of this beautiful marine science photograph.

6th place photo entry by Dr. Douglas Brumley, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. Photograph Subject Matter: Active fluid flow around P. damicornis (coral polyp) with autofluorescence flourescence



Scientific Photograph of a calcite crystal enlarged 10x: 2nd place entry to the Nikon 2014 Small World Photomicrography Contest photographed by Alessandro Da Mommio of the Università di Pisa, Dipartimento di Scienze della Terra, Pisa, Italy; click thumbnail picture for a larger file of this interesting award winning science photomicrograph taken using polarized light. Scientific Photograph of a group of  conochilus unicornis (rotifers, tiny microscopic animals), actively feeding; photo is enlarged 417x and shot using differential interference contrast: 13th place entry to the Nikon 2014 Small World Photomicrography Contest photographed by Charles Krebs of Issaquah, Washington State, USA; click thumbnail picture for a larger file of this cool award winning science photomicrograph.
Scientific Photograph of a larval stage of the acorn worm Balanoglossus misakiensis, dorsal view, showing cell borders, muscles and apical eye spots enlarged 10x photographed using the confocal techniqie: 19th place entry to the Nikon 2014 Small World Photomicrography Contest photographed by Dr. Sabrina Kaul of University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria; click thumbnail picture for a larger file of this impressivel colorful award winning science photomicrograph. Scientific Photograph of a mouse brain vasculature, photograph is enlarged 2x: 14th place entry to the Nikon 2014 Small World Photomicrography Contest photographed by Dr. Ali Erturk ofMunich, Germany; click thumbnail picture for a larger file of this pretty brightly colored science photomicrograph.
Scientific Photograph of Chrysochroa buqueti (jewel beetle) carapace, near eye: photo is enlarged 45x and shot using diffused reflected illumination; 15th place entry to the Nikon 2014 Small World Photomicrography Contest photographed by Charles Krebs of Issaquah, Washington State, USA; click thumbnail picture for a larger file of this cool award winning science photomicrograph. Scientific Photograph of a house cricket’s tongue (Acheta domesticus) photographed at 25x using Rheinberg Illumination (Darkfield with Interference Filter): 11th place entry to the Nikon 2014 Small World Photomicrography Contest photographed by hxhxh; click thumbnail picture for a larger file of this impressivel award winning science photomicrograph.
Scientific Photograph of a daisy petal with fungal infection and pollen grains photographed using autofluorescence and enlarged 10x: 10th place entry to the Nikon 2014 Small World Photomicrography Contest photographed by Dr. Paul Joseph Rigby of The University of Western Australia CMCA, Crawley, Western Australia, Australia; click thumbnail picture for a larger file of this impressivel award winning science photomicrograph. Scientific Photograph of Parsley (Petroselinum crispum) ovary fixed and stained to show lectins (red) and nuclei (blue); photographed using the confocal technique: 9th place entry to the Nikon 2014 Small World Photomicrography Contest photographed by hxhxh; click thumbnail picture for a larger file of this beautiful award winning science photomicrograph.
Scientific Photograph of three transgenic kidneys cultured together, showing colliding branching collecting duct systems enlarged 20x photographed using the confocal technique: 16th place entry to the Nikon 2014 Small World Photomicrography Contest photographed by Dr. Nils Lindström of the Roslin Institute Department of Developmental Biology, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom; click thumbnail picture for a larger file of this beautiful award winning science photomicrograph. Scientific Photograph of a bone showing crawling bone cancer (osteosarcoma) cell showing actin filament bundles in the lamella enlarged 8000x photographed using Structured Illumination Microscopy: 20th place entry to the Nikon 2014 Small World Photomicrography Contest photographed by Dr. Dylan T. Burnette of 
 Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Nashville, Tennessee, USA; click thumbnail picture for a larger file of this beautiful award winning science photomicrograph.

Relevant Links:

Nikon Corp Global Network
Nikon's Small World Photomicrography Contest
IBT Micrograph at Wikipedia
Olympus Photomicrography Primer

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