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Spirogyra and Oscillatoria

A microscopic view of Spirogyra (eukaryote) and Oscillatoria (prokaryote). Taken from the Wistreich Collection, appearing exclusively on MicrobeWorld. Read More

Blastomyces dermatitidis

Blastomyces dermatitidis. Yeast from tissue smear. Gomori methenamine silver nitrate stain. (400x) Read More

Streptococcus pneumoniae

Electron micrograph of type 4 Streptococcus pneumoniae adherent to pharyngeal epithelial cell Read More

Treponema pallidum

Electron micrograph of Treponema pallidum from a patient Read More

Life Found in the Deepest, Unexplored Layer of the Earth’s Crust submit to reddit . .

At this point, after finding microorganisms that don’t mind extreme temperatures, pressure, aridity and other hardships, we shouldn’t be surprised that bacteria’s dominion over the Earth extends to just about anywhere we look. A new expedition to the Earth’s crust has reached unprecedented depth... Read More

Streptococcal bacteria

This image depicts the quantitative difference in hemolytic reactivity seen in a trypticase soy agar culture plate containing 5% sheep’s blood growing group-D Streptococci (left wedge), group-B Streptococci (middle wedge), and group-A Streptococci (right wedge) bacteria. This plate was grown u... Read More

Pulsating response to stress in bacteria

By attaching fluorescent proteins to the genetic circuit responsible for B. subtilis's stress response, researchers can observe the cells' pulses as green flashes.

In response to a stressful environment like one lacking food, B. subtilis activates a large set of genes that help it respond to ... Read More

Swarm of paramecia surrounding an unidentified protozoan

Swarm of paramecia surrounding an unidentified protozoan. From the Wistreich Collection. Read More

Quantitative precipitin test

Quantitative precipitin test. Constant antibody with 2-fold increase in antigen concentration. Note inhibition in antigen excess and precipitation in equivalence zone. Read More

Beauty of Ecoli colony in EMB plate

Ecoli isolated from food sample in our laboratory Read More

Family Ixodidae - Hard Tick Mouthparts

This is an Portuguese Hard Tick´s unpublished image, taken on a Parasitology class, at Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Lisbon. Here we can see the three mouthparts components: the highly mobile palps are the two outside jointed parts ; the center rod-shaped structure, the hypostome, is pro... Read More

Plasmodium vivax

Plasmodium vivax mature schizont (1000X) Read More

Activated Sludge

Activated sludge. Stalked ciliates grazing the sludge material (1000X) Read More

Basidiobolus haptosporus

Basidiobolus haptosporus. Hypha in subcutaneous phycomycosis granuloma. Read More

Rhizopus Stolonifer (Black bread mold) under magnification of 40X

black bread mold Read More

A dangerous bridge for Serratia.

Serratia spp. are widely distributed in nature. Serratia marcescens is the most common Serratia sp. associated with human disease, followed by strains of the S. liquefaciens complex: S. liquefaciens, S. grimesii and S. proteamaculans. The clinical significance of these species is largely unknown... Read More

Extreme Life Thrives Where the Livin’ Ain’t Easy

Wired magazine has put together an 8-part image gallery that matches the extremophile microbe with it's environment.


"Once upon a time, scientists routinely found life in places where it wasn’t supposed to exist. That doesn’t happen anymore, and not because the pace of discovery has s... Read More

Arsenic Tolerant Plant

The sporophyte of the fern Pteris vittata, which tolerates and accumulates very high levels of the deadly toxin arsenic. Researchers from Purdue University have identified a gene (ACR3) from P. vittata that is necessary for the plant's tolerance to arsenic.

Jody Banks, professor of botany an... Read More

Toxoplasma gondii

Toxoplasma gondii - schizogony from cat gut Read More

photograph of carcass of swine showing lesions of swine erysipelas (b&w)

photograph of carcass of swine showing lesions of swine erysipelas (b&w) Read More
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