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Images Dated 19th November 2004

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Choose from 92 pictures in our Images Dated 19th November 2004 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Conjugating spirogyra Featured 19 Nov 2004 Print

Conjugating spirogyra

Light micrograph showing conjugating filaments of Spirogyra, a green alga which forms slimy threads in stagnant or slow moving water. Conjugation, a form of sexual reproduction, occurs in spring when the threads come together in pairs. Both filaments put out papillae, which meet to form conjugation tubes, seen here. Cytoplasmic mass from the cells of one of the threads (termed male) migrates through the tubes to fuse with the cytoplasm in the (female) cells of the second thread. This produces a zygospore which either germinates at once or lies dormant until the following spring. Dark field illumination. Magnification: x200 at 35mm size


MAB-32 Featured 19 Nov 2004 Print


Biogas generation at Wingmoor Farm, Glos
Cory Environmental, a subsidiary of Exel, is one of the UK's leading recycling and waste management companies. It is one of the best recycling centres in the country and has achieved a 77% recycling rate - an increase of 200% since 2002. It operates in over 30 locations throughout the country, providing expert services in the collection, recycling and disposal of waste as well as municipal cleansing. The company manages in excess of 3.5 million tonnes of waste and recyclables each year and operates 11 waste facilities throughout Gloucestershire. Gloucestershire County Council's Wingmoor Farm Household Recycling Centre (HRC) seen here has just been crowned Civic Amenity Site of the Year in recognition of its exemplary recycling performance. The Wingmoor HRC site recycles glass, cans, paper, cardboard, batteries, foil, fluorescent tubes, oil, green waste & fridges.
Mark Boulton

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Steam locomotive Neil Gow, Ais Gill Viaduct, Settle and Carlisle line, 1960 Featured 19 Nov 2004 Print

Steam locomotive Neil Gow, Ais Gill Viaduct, Settle and Carlisle line, 1960

A3 class 4-6-2 steam locomotive No 60082 Neil Gow hauls a passenger train across Ais Gill Viaduct. In British Railways service. Photographer Eric Treacy

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