Biology 210 - Spring 2006


​A single Lilium pollen grain. (Katie Rodgers '07) ​The same sample at a higher magnification. (Gregory Gavelis '08)
​The overlapping scales of the epidermis of a guppy. (Jocelyn Baker '06) ​At a higher magnification, individual epidermal cells are visible. (Gregory Gavelis '08)
​Above and left: A series of images examining the composition of paper at increasing magnifications. (Jocelyn Baker '06, Matthew Tougas '08, Robert Hill '07)

​The antennae, head and thorax of an aphid. (Robert Hill '07) ​A view of the antenna and compound eye of an aphid. (Katie Rodgers '07)
​A solder ball on an integrated circuit chip. The solder ball provides contact between the circuit board itself and the chip package. (Gregory Gavelis '08) ​Another view of the IC chip. (Matthew Tougas '08)
​Murine liver. Visible are highly geometric hepatocytes separated by small channels called bile canaliculi. (Jocelyn Baker '06) ​A single hepatocyte and threadlike contaminant. (Gregory Gavelis '08)
​Left: Mounting material supporting a tungsten filament. (Matthew Tougas '08)