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Images Dated 21st June 2005

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Environnement-Littoral-Bretagne Featured 21 Jun 2005 Print

Environnement-Littoral-Bretagne

Photo prise le 21 juin 2005 de la pointe du Raz, a Plogoff, le phare de la Vieille et l'Ile de Sein. Acquisition, conservation, protection : le conservatoire du littoral, cree en 1975 pour assurer la protection des espaces naturels littoraux, celebre ses 30 ans en commencant par la Bretagne, terre emblematique de son action. Parmi les realisations les plus remarquables du conservatoire en Bretagne, la restauration de la Pointe du Raz, qui en fait une "reference nationale" en la matiere. / AFP PHOTO / FRED TANNEAU

© Agence France-Presse (AFP) - All Rights Reserved

Goblet cell Featured 21 Jun 2005 Print

Goblet cell

Goblet cell. Coloured transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of a section through a goblet cell in the lining of the small intestine, part of the digestive tract. Most of its mucus (brown) has been released. A goblet cell secretes the mucus to protect the lining of the intestine. The brush- like surface of the small intestine consists of microvilli (yellow) which increase the surface area available for absorption of nutrients such as lipids, proteins and fat-soluble vitamins. The microvilli have a rapid turnover of 3-4 days. Magnification: x9000 when printed 10 centimetres wide

© STEVE GSCHMEISSNER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

KFO-1004 Tamarisk / Salt-cedar Flowers - weed tree, native to Asia & S. E. Europe, introduced to S. W. USA Featured 21 Jun 2005 Print

KFO-1004 Tamarisk / Salt-cedar Flowers - weed tree, native to Asia & S. E. Europe, introduced to S. W. USA

KFO-1004
Tamarisk / Salt-cedar Flowers - weed tree, native to Asia & S. E. Europe, introduced to S. W. USA
Tamarisk chinensis
Kenneth W Fink
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in anyway

© Kenneth W.Fink/ardea.com

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