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Image: Damaged human hair shaft (© Cheryl Power/Science Photo Library/Corbis)
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Damaged human hair shaft (I just want a microscope for Christmas, I would waste…

Curling irons, flatirons, blow-dryers, dyes and brushing can all do damage like this to hair by stripping off the protective cuticle that coats each shaft.

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Electron microscopy offers unbelievable viewing into the impossible microscopic universe of our world and our bodies.

Image: Damaged human hair shaft (© Cheryl Power/Science Photo Library/Corbis)

Image: Damaged human hair shaft (© Cheryl Power/Science Photo Library/Corbis)

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Human hair, colored SEM. Hair shafts growing from the surface of human skin.
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Hair shafts growing from the surface of human skin. The Bible says that God is aware of each hair on our head.

Human hair close up. Cuticle layer still intact.

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Human hair, colored SEM. Hair shafts growing from the surface of human skin.

Human hair, colored SEM. Hair shafts growing from the surface of human skin.
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Beard hairs under a scanning electron microscope: cut with razor (left) and electric shaver (right).
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Beard hairs under a scanning electron microscope: cut with razor (left) and electric shaver (right).

Beard hairs under a scanning electron microscope: cut with razor (left) and electric shaver (right).
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Human Hair with Shampoo Residue, SEM - Credit: David Scharf
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Human Hair with Shampoo Residue, SEM - Credit: David Scharf

Human Hair with Shampoo Residue, SEM - Credit: David Scharf
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The Human Hair anatomy poster shows detailed anatomical view of scalp and hair within the skin extending to the hair shaft.
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Understanding Allergies anatomy poster includes 10 visual images that reveal the most common allergies, triggers and management advice. Dermatology for doctors and nurses.

The Skin Chart. The anatomical detail of the skin is depicted in full color on this anatomical poster. The anatomy of the human skin, including all skin layers, as well as some common skin pathologies are displayed. This skin poster is a great addition to

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Natural Hair Colors A person's genes determine the hair/skin/eye color at birth. Hair color is determined by melanocytes cells, these cells produce and store the pigment in hair and skin.

The Human Hair anatomy poster shows detailed anatomical view of scalp and hair within the skin extending to the hair shaft.

The Human Hair anatomy poster shows detailed anatomical view of scalp and hair within the skin extending to the hair shaft.
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Photographic Print: Blood on a Needle, SEM by Steve Gschmeissner : 18x12in
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Photographic Print: Blood on a Needle, SEM by Steve Gschmeissner : 18x12in
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i fucking love science “This is what’s in your coffee! This is a false-colour, scanning electron microscope image of a caffeine crystal. Image credit: Annie Cavanagh and David McCarthy at Wellcome.

This false-coloured scanning electron micrograph shows caffeine crystals. The main crystals of caffeine were microns long; however, this crystal group formed on the end of the larger crystal and measures around 40 microns in length.

An electron micrograph of caffeine crystals by Annie Cavanaugh and David McCarthy, one of the winners of the 2012 Wellcome Image Awards. No wonder coffee tastes so good, just look at how colorful and pretty it is!

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Iris and pupil close-up . Scanning Electron Micrograph of normal human eye showing anterior of iris and pupil .

This image shows some dandruff (purple color) attached firmly to the hair (brown color).

This image shows some dandruff (purple color) attached firmly to the hair (brown color).

Colored SEM of a ruptured venule running through fatty tissue. Stacked red blood cells (rouleaux formation) and white blood cells are seen within the venule. 1050x

Colored scanning electron micrograph showing red and white blood cells inside a small blood vessel by Steve Gschmeissner, Bedfordshire.

Staphylococcus saprophyticus scanning electron micrograph › Micronaut: The fine art of microscopy by science photographer Martin Oeggerli

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SEM image of smelly feet bacteria, Staphylococcus saprophytic us, which have attached to a fibre starting to divide and thrive into a colony

This image, captured with an electron microscope, depicts 4 ‘hypopi’, juvenile mites, hitching a ride on a larger mite called an Athiasiella.

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A snail shell as seen in the Scanning Electron Microscope

The picture shows the layers of the snail shell. On the top, which is the inner wall of the shell, formation of new crystal platelets can be seen. Scanning electron microscope, (at

✯ Pyoderma skin disease, coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). Large numbers of lymphocytes (white) and red blood cells are seen in necrotic tissue surrounding a hair shaft.✯

colored SEM of Pyoderma: Large numbers of lymphocytes (white) and red blood cells are seen in necrotic tissue surrounding a hair shaft.

Here is an osteoclast bone cell in reabsorbing bone matrix. Osteoclasts break down bone, so new bone can be laid down by osteoblasts. This is a continuous process that happens throughout a persons life, of osteoclasts breaking down bone and osteoblasts rebuilding, preventing bones from becoming too brittle or weak over time.

Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a section through an osteoclast bone cell in reabsorbing bone matrix. Magnification: when printed 10 centimetres wide.

Human skin outermost layer

Science Image of Human skin outermost layer. from PS MicroGraphs. Specialists in Science Images.

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