Images of specimens entered into the 2005 Small World Contest included insects, recrystallized chemicals and biochemicals, fluorescently labeled tissue sections, plants, various microorganisms, liquid crystals, and fibers. Judges for the 31st annual contest were Jennifer C. Waters (Harvard Medical School), Todd James (National Geographic), Emily Harrison (Scientific American), and Alexey Khodjakov (Wadsworth Center).

2005 Contest Prize Winners

  • First Prize

    1st Prize - Charles B. Krebs

    Charles Krebs Photography - Issaquah, Washington, USA
    Specimen: Muscoid fly (house fly) (6.25x)
    Technique: Reflected light
  • Second Prize

    2nd Prize - Thomas J. Deerinck

    National Center for Microscopy & Imaging Research - University of California – San Diego - La Jolla, California, USA
    Specimen: Quantum dot fluorescence image of mouse kidney section (240x)
    Technique: Fluorescence (2-photon)
  • Third Prize

    3rd Prize - Stefan Eberhard

    Complex Carbohydrate Research Center - University of Georgia - Athens, Georgia, USA
    Specimen: Crystallized Vitamin A (40x)
    Technique: Polarized light
  • Fourth Prize

    4th Prize - Edy Kieser

    Ennenda, Switzerland
    Specimen: Crystallized succinic acid and urea (50x)
    Technique: Polarized light
  • Fifth Prize

    5th Prize - Neil J. Egan

    PPG Industries - Cleveland, Ohio, USA
    Specimen: Bacteria growth in Petri dish (30x)
    Technique: Stereomicroscopy
  • Sixth Prize

    6th Prize - Margaret N. Oechsli

    Jewish Hospital, Heart & Lung Institute - Louisville, Kentucky, USA
    Specimen: Phenyl threonine (20x)
    Technique: Brightfield
  • Seventh Prize

    7th Prize - Dr. Shirley A. Owens

    Center for Advanced Microscopy - Michigan State University - East Lansing, Michigan, USA
    Specimen: Carpet fibers (20x)
    Technique: Fluorescence and polarized light
  • Eighth Prize

    8th Prize - Thomas J. Deerinck

    National Center for Microscopy & Imaging Research - University of California – San Diego - La Jolla, California, USA
    Specimen: Quantum dot fluorescence image of mouse small intestine (120x)
    Technique: Fluorescence (2-photon)
  • Ninth Prize

    9th Prize - Dr. John M. Huisman

    Murdoch University - Murdoch, Western Australia, Australia
    Specimen: Chaetomorpha antennina (seaweed) (20x)
    Technique: Brightfield
  • Tenth Prize

    10th Prize - Susan Johnson

    CSIRO Plant Industry, Horticulture Unit - Glen Osmond, South Australia, Australia
    Specimen: Vitis vinifera (grape) (10x)
    Technique: Darkfield
  • Eleventh Prize

    11th Prize - Ron J. Oldfield

    Department of Biological Sciences - Macquarie University - Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
    Specimen: Lepidozia sp. (a liverwort) spores and elaters (100x)
    Technique: Brightfield
  • Twelfth Prize

    12th Prize - Edy Kieser

    Ennenda, Switzerland
    Specimen: Crystallized potassium chlorate (40x)
    Technique: Polarized light
  • Thirteenth Prize

    13th Prize - Chiedozie Ukachukwu

    Biomedical Photographic Communications Student - Student at the Rochester Institute of Technology - Rochester, New York, USA
    Specimen: Bryozoan Statoblast (diminutive aquatic animal of the phylum Bryozoa) (10x)
    Technique: Darkfield
  • Fourteenth Prize

    14th Prize - Dr. Paul D. Andrews

    Division of Gene Regulation and Expression, School of Life Sciences - University of Dundee - Dundee, UK
    Specimen: Xenopus (frog) XLK2 cell (100x)
    Technique: Fluorescence and deconvolution
  • Fifteenth Prize

    15th Prize - Dr. Shumel Silberman

    Ramat Gan, Israel
    Specimen: Geranium flower (20x)
    Technique: Fiber optic illumination
  • Sixteenth Prize

    16th Prize - Dr. Donald W. Pottle

    The Schepens Eye Research Institute - Boston, Massachusetts, USA
    Specimen: Crystalline formations from evaporated contact lens solution (400x)
    Technique: Differential interference contrast
  • Seventeenth Prize

    17th Prize - Jan Schmoranzer

    Columbia University - New York, New York, USA
    Specimen: NIH 3T3 fibroblasts (mouse cells) (600x)
    Technique: Fluorescence
  • Eighteenth Prize

    18th Prize - Dr. Christian Bohley

    Department of Experimental Physics - Otto-von-Guericke-University of Magdeburg - Magdeburg, Germany
    Specimen: Cholesteric phase of 55% CB15 in E48 (substance used in manufacture of Liquid Crystal Displays) (100x)
    Technique: Polarized light
  • Nineteenth Prize

    19th Prize - Ian C. Walker

    Huddersfield, UK
    Specimen: Feather of a Dominican Cardinal Bird (25x)
    Technique: Crossed-polars Rheinberg illumination
  • Twentieth Prize

    20th Prize - Dr. Oliver Skibbe

    AlgaTerra Information System - Botanic Garden and Botanical Museum, Berlin-Dahlem - Berlin, Germany
    Specimen: Living diatoms— Pinnularia sp. (Bacillariophyceae) (250x)
    Technique: Differential interference contrast

Honorable Mentions

  • Honorable Mention - Tracy E. Anderson

    Imaging Center - College of Biological Sciences - University of Minnesota - St. Paul, Minnesota, USA
    Specimen: Velcro® being pulled apart (94x)
    Technique: Stereomicroscopy with epi-ring illumination
  • Honorable Mention - Dr. Marie-Hélène Bré

    Laboratory of Cellular Biology - University of Paris, South - Orsay, France
    Specimen: Tetrahymena thermophila (protozoa) cells (1500x)
    Technique: Confocal
  • Honorable Mention - Dr. Alistair M. Dove

    Marine Sciences Research Center - Stony Brook University - Stony Brook, New York, USA
    Specimen: Homarus americanus (American lobster) larvae (40x)
    Technique: Stereomicroscopy (Episcopic)
  • Honorable Mention - Conor L. Evans and Eric O. Potma

    Xie Research Group - Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology - Harvard University - Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
    Specimen: CARS interferometry of dodecane droplets in water (40x)
    Technique: Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Scattering (CARS)
  • Honorable Mention - Dr. Patrick C. Hickey

    LUX Biotechnology Ltd. - Edinburgh, UK
    Specimen: Hyphal tips of Neurospora crassa (a filamentous fungus) (20x)
    Technique: Confocal
  • Honorable Mention - Dr. Dennis D. Kunkel

    Dennis Kunkel Microscopy, Inc. - Kailua, Hawaii, USA
    Specimen: Crystallized ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) and sucrose (40x)
    Technique: Polarized light
  • Honorable Mention - Dr. Stephen S. Nagy

    Montana Diatoms - Clancy, Montana, USA
    Specimen: Fossil marine diatom, Actinoptychus heliopelta (900x)
    Technique: Jamin-Lebedeff interference contrast
  • Honorable Mention - Dr. Nasser M. Rusan

    University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill - Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA
    Specimen: LLC-PK1 (pig epithelial) cells (1000x)
    Technique: Confocal, epi-fluorescence, and deconvolution
  • Honorable Mention - Catherine Russell and Amanda Leach

    Department of Polymer Science and Engineering - University of Massachusetts Amherst - Amherst, Massachusetts, USA
    Specimen: Electric field placed across layers of polydimethyl siloxane and polystyrene on a polished silicon wafer (60x)
    Technique: Reflected light
  • Honorable Mention - Spike Walker

    Microworld Services - Penkridge, UK
    Specimen: Film of supersaturated solution scratched with a needle (4x)
    Technique: Rheinberg illumination and polarized light

Images of Distinction

  • Mark H. Armitage

    Image of Distinction - Mark H. Armitage

    Liberty University - Lynchburg, Virginia, USA
    Specimen: Firefly tissue (Photinus pyralis) (50x)
    Technique: Interference contrast
  • Mark H. Armitage

    Image of Distinction - Mark H. Armitage

    Liberty University - Lynchburg, Virginia, USA
    Specimen: Fresh gill tissue from fish (Gillichthys mirabilis) (25x)
    Technique: Interference contrast
  • Dr. Pedro J. Barrios

    Image of Distinction - Dr. Pedro J. Barrios

    National Research Council of Canada/Institute for Microstructural Sciences - Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
    Specimen: Etched groove in silicon (200x)
    Technique: Darkfield
  • Rakesh Bhatnagar

    Image of Distinction - Rakesh Bhatnagar

    Department of Biological Sciences, Advanced Microscopy Facility - University of Alberta - Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
    Specimen: Corn stem section (100x)
    Technique: Confocal
  • Dr. Francisco Capani

    Image of Distinction - Dr. Francisco Capani

    Insitituto de Biologia Celular y Neuroscience Prof Eduardo de Robertis - University of Buenos Aires - Beccar, Buenos Aires, Argentina
    Specimen: Purkinje cell (63x)
    Technique: Fluorescence
  • Paul Cuddon

    Image of Distinction - Paul Cuddon

    The Babraham Institute - Sawston, Cambridgeshire, UK
    Specimen: Primary rat hippocampal neurons (630x)
    Technique: Confocal
  • Paul Cuddon

    Image of Distinction - Paul Cuddon

    The Babraham Institute - Sawston, Cambridgeshire, UK
    Specimen: Primary rat hippocampal neurons (200x)
    Technique: Confocal
  • Dr. Edna Cukierman

    Image of Distinction - Dr. Edna Cukierman

    Fox Chase Cancer Center - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
    Specimen: Pollen grains (60x)
    Technique: Spinning disc confocal
  • Richard W. Daniels

    Image of Distinction - Richard W. Daniels

    School of Medicine - Washington University - St. Louis, Missouri, USA
    Specimen: Neuromuscular synapses in a Drosophila larva (20x)
    Technique: Confocal
  • Karl E. Deckart

    Image of Distinction - Karl E. Deckart

    Eckental, German
    Specimen: Injection molded CD jewel case (10x)
    Technique: Polarized light
  • Stefan Eberhard

    Image of Distinction - Stefan Eberhard

    Complex Carbohydrate Research Center - The University of Georgia - Athens, Georgia, USA
    Specimen: Recrystallized saccharin (16x)
    Technique: Polarized light
  • Dr. Andy J. Fischer

    Image of Distinction - Dr. Andy J. Fischer

    Department of Neuroscience - The Ohio State University - Columbus, Ohio, USA
    Specimen: Retina thin section (20x)
    Technique: Differential interference contrast and fluorescence
  • Irmgard Fischer

    Image of Distinction - Irmgard Fischer

    University Vienna - Vienna, Austria
    Specimen: Human skin (40x)
    Technique: Brightfield
  • Jerry A. Gleason

    Image of Distinction - Jerry A. Gleason

    Institute of Neuroscience - University of Oregon - Eugene, Oregon, USA
    Specimen: Urea crystals (100x)
    Technique: Polarized light
  • Dr. Edgar R. Gomes

    Image of Distinction - Dr. Edgar R. Gomes

    Department of Anatomy Cell Biology - Columbia University - New York, New York, USA
    Specimen: Fibroblast microtubule organizing center (60x)
    Technique: Fluorescence
  • Raul M. Gonzalez

    Image of Distinction - Raul M. Gonzalez

    Raul Gonzalez Photography - Mexico City, Mexico
    Specimen: Water crystal (25x)
    Technique: Brightfield
  • Ralph C. Grimm

    Image of Distinction - Ralph C. Grimm

    Science Department - Woodridge State High School - Jimboomba, Queensland, Australia
    Specimen: Radiolarians (100x)
    Technique: Differential interference contrast
  • Marieka Gryzenhout

    Image of Distinction - Marieka Gryzenhout

    University of Pretoria - Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa
    Specimen: Cladonia (lichen) (0.8x)
    Technique: Stereomicroscopy
  • Dr. John E. Hart

    Image of Distinction - Dr. John E. Hart

    Program in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences (PAOS) - University of Colorado - Boulder, Colorado, USA
    Specimen: Mixture of acetaldehyde and carbon tetrabromide (7x)
    Technique: Polarized light
  • Dr. Patrick C. Hickey

    Image of Distinction - Dr. Patrick C. Hickey

    LUX Biotechnology LTD - Edinburgh, UK
    Specimen: Neurospora crassa germinating spores (20x)
    Technique: Confocal
  • Dr. Borge Holme

    Image of Distinction - Dr. Borge Holme

    SINTEF Materials Technology - Oslo, Norway
    Specimen: Silica sol on a polished steel surface (200x)
    Technique: Differential interference contrast
  • Dr. Jan Huisken

    Image of Distinction - Dr. Jan Huisken

    European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) - Dransfeld, Germany
    Specimen: Medaka fish embryos (20x)
    Technique: Fluorescence stereomicroscopy
  • Zdenka Jenikova

    Image of Distinction - Zdenka Jenikova

    CVUT - FSI - Praha 2, Czech Republic
    Specimen: Moth wing scales (200x)
    Technique: Episcopic polarized light and darkfield
  • Edy Kieser

    Image of Distinction - Edy Kieser

    Ennenda, Switzerland
    Specimen: Crystallized nickel nitrate and resorcinol (45x)
    Technique: Polarized Light
  • Dr. Paul Knox

    Image of Distinction - Dr. Paul Knox

    University of Leeds - Leeds, UK
    Specimen: Transverse section of Arabidopsis stem (200x)
    Technique: Fluorescence
  • Milan Kosanovic

    Image of Distinction - Milan Kosanovic

    Belgrade, Yugoslavia
    Specimen: Copper sulphate, nylon fishing Line, and nylon bag (1x)
    Technique: Polarized light
  • Milan Kosanovic

    Image of Distinction - Milan Kosanovic

    Belgrade, Yugoslavia
    Specimen: Fishing line and cellophane tape (1x)
    Technique: Polarized light
  • Charles B. Krebs

    Image of Distinction - Charles B. Krebs

    Charles Krebs Photography - Issaquah, Washington, USA
    Specimen: Water boatman (Hemiptera:Corixidae) rear leg (50x)
    Technique: Rheinberg illumination
  • Jan C. Kros

    Image of Distinction - Jan C. Kros

    Hellevoetsluis, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands
    Specimen: Pine leaf transverse section (48x)
    Technique: Brightfield (Inverted image)
  • Kathryn A. Leach

    Image of Distinction - Kathryn A. Leach

    Polymer Surfaces and Interfaces Group - Amherst, Massachusetts, USA
    Specimen: Silicone oil on a polished silicon wafer (80 um wide)
    Technique: Reflected light
  • Dr. Jacques Lefebvre

    Image of Distinction - Dr. Jacques Lefebvre & Pedro Barrios

    National Research Council of Canada/Institute for Microstructural Sciences - Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
    Specimen: Contact pad array (500x)
    Technique: Darkfield
  • Dr. Ingo Lieberwirth

    Image of Distinction - Dr. Ingo Lieberwirth

    Max-Planck Institute for Polymer Research - Mainz, Germany
    Specimen: Light emitting polymer (200x)
    Technique: Polarized light
  • Dr. Ingo Lieberwirth

    Image of Distinction - Dr. Ingo Lieberwirth

    Max-Planck Institute for Polymer Research - Mainz, Germany
    Specimen: Light emitting polymer (200x)
    Technique: Polarized light
  • Dr. Taija Makinen

    Image of Distinction - Dr. Taija Makinen

    Max-Planck-Institute of Neurobiology - München, Germany
    Specimen: Mouse dermal lymphatic vessels (10x)
    Technique: Stereomicroscopy
  • Peggy L. Mann

    Image of Distinction - Peggy L. Mann

    Ametek - Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA
    Specimen: Dislocations in etched germanium single crystal (100x)
    Technique: Differential interference contrast
  • Robert Markus

    Image of Distinction - Robert Markus

    Biological Research Center of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences - Szeged, Csongrád, Hungary
    Specimen: Wing scales of Deilephila elpenor (Elephant hawk-moth) (50x)
    Technique: Darkfield
  • Dr. Luis Marrero

    Image of Distinction - Dr. Luis Marrero

    Louisiana State University - New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
    Specimen: Mouse digit tip with nail (40x)
    Technique: Confocal
  • César S. Mendes

    Image of Distinction - César S. Mendes

    The Rockefeller University - New York, New York, USA
    Specimen: Killer gene Hac-1 in the developing Drosophila (fruit fly) eye (60x)
    Technique: Fluorescence
  • Rodrigo Mexas

    Image of Distinction - Rodrigo Mexas

    Maria Emilia da Cunha Mexas and Jose Eugenio Mexas Filho - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
    Specimen: Megabalanus azoricus (40x)
    Technique: Differential interference contrast
  • Dr. Monika C. Müller

    Image of Distinction - Dr. Monika C. Müller

    University of Osnabrueck - Osnabrück, Niedersachsen, Germany
    Specimen: Tentacular crown of the polychaete Spirorbis spirorbis (1000x)
    Technique: Confocal
  • Dr. Kuruganti G. Murti

    Image of Distinction - Dr. Kuruganti G. Murti

    St. Jude Children's Research Hospital - Memphis, Tennessee, USA
    Specimen: Fluorescent antibody precipitate dried on a slide (1000x)
    Technique: Fluorescence
  • Ronald N. Neumeyer

    Image of Distinction - Ronald N. Neumeyer

    Delta, British Columbia, Canada
    Specimen: Tilia stem (60x)
    Technique: Polarized light
  • Ron J. Oldfield

    Image of Distinction - Ron J. Oldfield

    Department of Biological Sciences - Macquarie University - Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
    Specimen: Fresh unstained whole leaf of the liverwort Podomitrium phyllanthus(165x)
    Technique: Brightfield
  • Alan C. Opsahl

    Image of Distinction - Alan C. Opsahl

    Pfizer Inc. - East Lyme, Connecticut, USA
    Specimen: Rat seminiferous tubule (40x)
    Technique: Brightfield
  • Dr. Shirley A. Owens

    Image of Distinction - Dr. Shirley A. Owens

    Michigan State University - Flushing, Michigan, USA
    Specimen: Leaf-like structures of a moss gametophyte (20x)
    Technique: Confocal
  • Dr. Stephen W. Paddock

    Image of Distinction - Dr. Stephen W. Paddock

    Department of Molecular Biology - University of Wisconsin - Madison, Wisconsin, USA
    Specimen: Butterfly pupal wing epithelium (200x)
    Technique: Confocal
  • Costanza Panbianco

    Image of Distinction - Costanza Panbianco

    Wellcome Trust/Cancer Research UK Gurdon Institute - University of Cambridge - Cambridge, UK
    Specimen: Caenorhabditis elegans dissected gonad (200x)
    Technique: Fluorescence
  • Dr. Heiti Paves

    Image of Distinction - Dr. Heiti Paves

    Tallinn University of Technology - Tallinn, Estonia
    Specimen: Transgenic Arabidopsis thaliana flower (120x)
    Technique: Differential interference contrast
  • Dr. Donald W. Pottle

    Image of Distinction - Dr. Donald W. Pottle

    The Schepens Eye Research Institute - Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, USA
    Specimen: Kaleido-micrograph of bovine artery cells (200x)
    Technique: Fluorescence
  • Piotr Rotkiewicz

    Image of Distinction - Piotr Rotkiewicz

    Droplet Microscopy - Amherst, New York, USA
    Specimen: Soap bubbles (100x)
    Technique: Polarized light
  • Dr. Greg W. Rouse

    Image of Distinction - Dr. Greg W. Rouse

    South Australian Museum - Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
    Specimen: Dorsal view of female syllid polychaete with embryos (50x)
    Technique: Darkfield
  • Dr. John Runions

    Image of Distinction - Dr. John Runions

    School of Biological and Molecular Sciences - Oxford Brookes University - Oxford, UK
    Specimen: Eight-cell plant embryo (100x)
    Technique: Confocal
  • Dr. John Runions

    Image of Distinction - Dr. John Runions

    School of Biological and Molecular Sciences - Oxford Brookes University - Oxford, UK
    Specimen: A living root tip growing in agar (100x)
    Technique: Confocal
  • Neal R. Scruggs

    Image of Distinction - Neal R. Scruggs

    California Institute of Technology - Pasadena, California, USA
    Specimen: Ferroelectric liquid crystal (10x)
    Technique: Polarized light
  • Stuart Shand

    Image of Distinction - Stuart Shand

    Center for Biologic Imaging - University of Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
    Specimen: Rat gut (10x)
    Technique: Fluorescence
  • Dr. David R. Sherwood

    Image of Distinction - Dr. David R. Sherwood

    Department of Biology - Duke University - Durham, North Carolina, USA
    Specimen: Caenorhabditis elegans expression of the vertebrate proto-oncogene fos in whole worms (1000x)
    Technique: Fluorescence
  • Dr. Oliver Skibbe

    Image of Distinction - Dr. Oliver Skibbe

    AlgaTerra Information System - Botanic Garden and Botanical Museum, Berlin-Dahlem - Berlin, Germany
    Specimen: Caloneis amphisbaena (Bacillariophyceae) diatom (1000x)
    Technique: Differential interference contrast
  • Ron Sturm

    Image of Distinction - Ron Sturm

    CTL Group - Skokie, Illinois, USA
    Specimen: Dried film of amorphous silica and aqueous colloidal solution (10x)
    Technique: Darkfield
  • Joshua D. Sugar

    Image of Distinction - Joshua D. Sugar

    University of California-Berkeley - Berkeley, California, USA
    Specimen: Surface cavities partially filled with a metal alloy (300x)
    Technique: Reflected light
  • Viktor Sykora

    Image of Distinction - Viktor Sykora

    Institute of Pathophysiology - Charles University - Prague, Czech Republic
    Specimen: Drosera scorpioides (30x)
    Technique: Stereomicroscopy
  • Viktor Sykora

    Image of Distinction - Viktor Sykora

    Institute of Pathophysiology - Charles University - Prague, Czech Republic
    Specimen: Drosera coccicaulis (20x)
    Technique: Stereomicroscopy
  • Tomasz Szul

    Image of Distinction - Tomasz Szul

    Cell Biology - University of Alabama at Birmingham - Birmingham, Alabama, USA
    Specimen: Cultured rat lung fibroblasts (40x)
    Technique: Fluorescence
  • Harold Taylor

    Image of Distinction - Harold Taylor

    Kensworth, UK
    Specimen: Diatoms (100x)
    Technique: Heine phase contrast
  • Kristina Thaemelt

    Image of Distinction - Kristina Thaemelt

    Student at SCION - Rotorua, New Zealand
    Specimen: Radiata pine impregnated with chitosan (16x)
    Technique: Confocal
  • Dr. Carsten Tschierske

    Image of Distinction - Dr. Carsten Tschierske

    Institute of Organic Chemistry - University of Halle - Halle, Germany
    Specimen: B1 liquid crystal phase (200x)
    Technique: Polarizing microscopy
  • Dr. Rudolf Oldenbourg

    Image of Distinction - Physiology Course 2004 and Dr. Rudolf Oldenbourg

    Marine Biological Laboratory - Woods Hole, Massachusetts, USA - Orkun Akin and Dyche Mullins - Department of Cellular and Molecular Pharmacology - Marine Biological LaboratorySan Francisco, California, USA
    Specimen: Five-micron polystyrene sphere coated with ActA protein moving with an actin tail in a purified protein component motility system (3900x)
    Technique: Polarized light
  • Nikolai N. Vsevolodov

    Image of Distinction - Nikolai N. Vsevolodov

    George Mason University - Kensington, Maryland, USA
    Specimen: Recrystallized lysine (100x)
    Technique: Phase contrast
  • Morgan Woods

    Image of Distinction - Morgan Woods

    Discovery Research - Purdue Pharma L.P - Allentown, New Jersey, USA
    Specimen: Rat spinal cord astrocytes (1000x)
    Technique: Fluorescence
  • Dr. Robert M. Zucker

    Image of Distinction - Dr. Robert M. Zucker

    USEPA - RTP, North Carolina, USA
    Specimen: Mosquito larvae (100x)
    Technique: Confocal
  • Dr. Robert M. Zucker

    Image of Distinction - Dr. Robert M. Zucker

    USEPA - RTP, North Carolina, USA
    Specimen: Mosquito larvae (100x)
    Technique: Confocal

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