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The man under the microscope

I propose to relax and see the beautiful pictures. On them you can see yourself under high magnification. Seriously, show different parts of our body under high magnification. All photos taken using a scanning electron microscope, magnification of 25 to 250,000 times. Very informative!

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Red blood cells (erythrocytes). These pretty neat drives transports oxygen to different organs of our body. In a cubic millimeter of blood they contain from 4 to 6 million (commonly in men than in women).     

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Human hair. If you are cut your hair, they each hairs looks that way. Regular haircut and hair care will help to improve their condition.

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Neurons. Shows the so-called Purkinje neurons that transmit signals to the muscles to reduce them (I’m not a doctor, a rough translation). Among the 100 billion neurons in our body, the neurons of this type is the greatest. Thanks to them, we move and coordinate reductions in their muscles. If the body falls by little alcohol or toxic metals such as lithium, and also due to genetic disorders (autism, etc), the first affected these nerve cells.

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Audiochuvstvitelnye cells in the human ear. They are of different lengths and responsive to the appropriate frequency sound vibrations. Thanks to this little hairs we hear sounds.

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Blood vessels emanating from the optic nerve. Black circle – optic face included in the eye, and colored “beams” – the blood vessels, covering the rear surface of the eye.

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Taste bud. Up to ten thousand of these papillae are in our language, and provide an opportunity to taste, especially salty, sour, bitter, sweet and spicy.The whole range of tastes perceived by us consists of these basic sensations.

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Plaque. If you do not brush your teeth for a long time, their surface under high magnification will look that way, so take care of your teethicon smile The man under the microscope

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Thrombus. Remember the first photo? If a blood vessel is not the case in the order form can “plug” – a blood clot in the blood vessels which are caught in the sticky fibers, forming a clot. Move a little more, do not abuse alcohol and do not smoke, so as not to provoke in his body so much trouble.

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A fragment of the lung. These microscopic bubbles – alveolar gas exchange occurs wherein oxygen enters the blood, and air exchange produces carbon dioxide.

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Cancer cell in the lungs. Here’s how this terrible disease alters the structure of the lungs – rather slender trim whimsical bubbles are formed clumps, which, of course, no gas exchange does not take place. I repeat again – one of the reasons, besides heredity, the formation of these cells – smoking.

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Wrinkles on the surface of the small intestine. With these folds increases absorption area, which improves the absorption of nutrients from food. If you look closely, you can see the tiny remnants of food on the folds.

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Ovum. Violet ball – a human ovum at the needle tip. The fibers on the surface – a special glycoprotein that protects the cell and helps to “catch” and keep the male sex cells. Also attached to the egg bilateral coronal cells colored in red. Perhaps there are readers of physicians, who will explain to us what the purpose of these red cells?

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Sperm cells on the surface of the egg. If you still increase the previous photo, you can see the sperm that are trying to find a loophole and join the egg for fertilization of her.

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Embryo. It’s like a cosmic explosion, but it is magnified photo of a human embryo at the fifth day after fertilization. Green cloud – sperm trying to “coasting” to get to the egg. The cells of the embryo shown in purple, and blue indicates cell communication, covering the empty space between other cells.

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Embryo. In the picture you can see what you and I were on the sixth day of his life. At this time, the embryo begins to attach to the uterus where further develop into a child and then to adult.




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