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Images Dated 3rd April 2003

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Soldier serving with The Irish Guards - Basra, Iraq Featured 3 Apr 2003 Print

Soldier serving with The Irish Guards - Basra, Iraq

Digital photograph: A soldier serving with No 1 Company 1st Battalion The Irish Guards looks for possible Iraqi enemy positions as Royal Engineer technicians prepare to cap one of the burning oil wells within the city of Basra.Photographed by WO2 Giles Penfound, Army Media Operations, Bridge Four, Basra, southern Iraq, Operation TELIC, 3 April 2003.From a CD entitled Iraq Conflict. Operation Telic, compiled by WO2 Penfound, for an exhibition at the NAM provisionally entitled Conflict (Project: Operation TELIC).Associated with 1 Company, 1st Battalion, The Irish Guards and Royal Engineers, Iraq (2003-).In a dawn raid on a university/ factory complex within sight of their patrol base at Bridge Four on the outskirts of Basra the Irish Guards attacked and cleared the base after coming under fire from small arms, mortars and SAM Missile systems which were fired from Iraqi positions at a British Lynx Helicopter supporting the Irish Guards. Date: 2003

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Pollen grain of a German chamomile flower Featured 3 Apr 2003 Print

Pollen grain of a German chamomile flower

Chamomile pollen. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a single tricolporate pollen grain from a German chamomile flower, Matricaria recutita. Pollen grains are the male sexual spores that are discharged from the male part of the flower. They contain the gamete that fertilizes the female ovule to form a seed. This pollen has 3 furrows from each of which protrudes a bulge or pore (light brown) and is thus classified as tricolporate". German chamomile relies on insects to carry the pollen to another flower. The spikes (orange) help the pollen grain to attach itself to an insect for this purpose. Magnification: x2000 at 6x6cm size Magnification: x4000 at 5x5" size."