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Spirochaeta equinum bacterium: unicellular micro-organism with a stretched spiral shape, enlarged under a microscope

Spirochaeta equinum bacterium: unicellular micro-organism with a stretched spiral shape, enlarged under a microscope


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Spirochaeta equinum bacterium: unicellular micro-organism with a stretched spiral shape, enlarged under a microscope

Spirochaeta equinum bacterium: unicellular micro-organism with a stretched spiral shape, enlarged under a microscope. Date of Photograph:1897-1915 ca

Roster, Giorgio,Roster, Giorgio
RGD-S-000B38-5607

Media ID 33224181

© Alinari Archives, Florence

General Biology Mathematical And Natural Sciences Microbiology Slides Research Subjects


EDITORS COMMENTS
This print showcases the Spirochaeta equinum bacterium, a remarkable unicellular micro-organism with an elongated spiral shape. Enlarged under a microscope, this image provides us with a glimpse into the intricate world of microbiology. Dating back to approximately 1897-1915, this photograph is not only a testament to scientific research but also serves as an invaluable resource for general biology and the mathematical and natural sciences. It belongs to a collection of microbiology slides that have been meticulously preserved throughout history. The Spirochaeta equinum bacterium holds great significance in the field of microbiology due to its distinctive morphology. Its stretched spiral shape sets it apart from other microorganisms, making it both visually striking and scientifically intriguing. Captured by Giorgio Roster, this image represents his dedication to advancing our understanding of microscopic life forms. His meticulous attention to detail allows us to appreciate the complexity and beauty inherent in even the tiniest organisms. While we are unable to ascertain any commercial use associated with this particular print from Alinari, its value lies primarily in its contribution towards scientific knowledge rather than any monetary gain. As we marvel at this historical artifact, let us acknowledge the countless hours spent by researchers like Giorgio Roster who have tirelessly explored these microscopic worlds. Their efforts continue to inspire future generations of scientists as they unravel nature's mysteries one cell at a time.

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