Lime Crystals

Sometimes it’s worth taking a close-up: Although a layer of lime in a saucepan is really annoying – the growing lime crystals look really beautiful in a SEM!

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Magnification: 1250 foldImage width: 215 µm

Fly wings: quite hairy!

The wing of a housefly in the scanning electron microscope.Magnification: 900xImage width: 300µm

Tilia Pollen

Lime tree pollen in relief representation.

Imaging technique: scanning electron microscopy (SEM), 7000x.Pollen diameter: 33 µm.

Sourdough

Dried sourdough: the round starch grains are densely stacked (mixed rye bread).The starch can store water, enables gelatinization and is a very important ingredient for the metabolism of the yeast and lactic acid bacteria in the dough.

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Camomile Pollen

Pollen on one of the many yellow tubular flowers of a real camomile. Camomile flowers are used as an anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, against flatulence and as a stomachic. For example in camomile tea.

The magnification: 600x when viewed on a Read more

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