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Images Dated 18th October 2004

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4000-lb Bomb being loaded into a Lancaster, Britain; Second Featured 18 Oct 2004 Image

4000-lb Bomb being loaded into a Lancaster, Britain; Second

Photograph showing a 4000-lb Cookie bomb being loaded into an Avro Lancaster of the Royal Air Force, at an airfield somewhere in Britain, 1944. The bomb is shown being hoisted into the bomb bay, by winches in the body of the bomber, with the armourer's thumbs-up signal indicates that everything is proceeding satisfactorily

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The Torri degli Ardinghelli, San Gimignano, Italy, 1944 Featured 18 Oct 2004 Image

The Torri degli Ardinghelli, San Gimignano, Italy, 1944

Photograph showing the Torri degli Ardinghelli, or Towers of the Guelphs, at the eleventh-century hill-top town of San Gimignano, near Siena, Italy, prior to July 1944. This picture shows the towers, as viewed from the Palazzo del Podesta. Later that month the Illustrated London News reported that a German artillery bombardment, starting on the 13th July and lasting 30 hours, had reduced the town to ruins

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Root nodule Featured 18 Oct 2004 Image

Root nodule

Root nodule. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a root nodule on a pea plant (Pisum sativum) caused by the nitrogen-fixing soil bacteria Rhizobium leguminosarum. The plant and the bacteria have a symbiotic relationship. The bacteria converts (fixes) atmospheric nitrogen in the soil to ammonia. The plant cannot carry out this process itself, but it is vital for the production of amino acids, the building blocks of proteins. In return the plant passes carbohydrates produced during photosynthesis to the bacteria for use as an energy source. The bacteria enters the plant through its root hairs, where an infection thread leads it to the nodule. Magnification: x120 when printed 10 centimetres wide

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