Volvox:




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Volvox_aureus_K.jpg volvox aureus
garden pond
July 2005
general viewMicroscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Volvox_aureus_Kavi.jpg volvox aureus
garden pond
July 2005Microscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
this video (1,9 MB, divx-AVI) shows the turbulences that are caused by the flagella.
Volvox_aureus-TTeich_9487-gimp_K.jpg Volvox aureus
Gardenpond
April 2011
Transmitted light, flashMicroscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Volvox_aureus-stack-200_K.jpg Volvox aureus
Pond at the Benrath Hospital
April 2007
8 pictures stacked with CombineZMMicroscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Volvox_aureus-stack-400_K.jpg Volvox aureus
Pond at the Benrath Hospital
April 2007
8 pictures stacked with CombineZMMicroscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Volvox-aureus-DF_K.jpg Volvox aureus
Pond at the Benrath Hospital
April 2007
DarkfieldMicroscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Volvox-TTeich-200x-DF_K.jpg Volvox aureus
Gardenpond
July 2015
Darkfield, FlashMicroscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Volvox-TTeich-400x-DF_K.jpg Volvox aureus
Gardenpond
July 2015
Darkfield, FlashMicroscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Volvox_aureus-TTeich_9468-gimp_K.jpg Volvox aureus
Gartenteich
April 2011
Dunkelfeld, BlitzMikroskopie, Stereomikroskop, Mikrofoto
Volvox_aureus-TTeich_9468-gimp_K.jpg Volvox aureus
Gartenteich
April 2011
Darkfield, flashMicroscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Volvox_aureus-TTeich_9465-gimp_K.jpg Volvox aureus
Gartenteich
April 2011
Darkfield, flashMicroscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Volvox_aureus-TTeich_9437-gimp_K.jpg Volvox aureus
Gartenteich
April 2011
Darkfield, flashMicroscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Volvox_aureus-Plasmodesmen.jpg volvox aureus
Garden pond
September 2007
The single cells are connected via plasmodesma. By this way the coordinated movement of all flagellas is reached.Microscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Volvox_aureus-Gallerte.jpg volvox aureus
Garden-pond
July 2005 Microscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
each single cells is in its own hexagonal gelatin covering. (dyed with methylenbue)
Volvox-TTeich-400x-HF_K.jpg Volvox aureus
Gardenpond
July 2015
All eyespots are looking in the same directionMicroscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Volvox_aureus-stigma_K.jpg volvox aureus
Garden pond
September 2007
All stigmas are "looking" at the same direction.Microscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Volvox-TTeich-400x-PH_K.jpg Volvox aureus
Gardenpond
July 2015
Phasecontrast, Flash. The inlet shows the plasmodesmaMicroscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Volvox_aureus-geiseln_K.jpg Volvox aureus
Pond at the Benrath Hospital
April 2007 Microscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Volvox_aureus-Zygote-1_K.jpg Volvox aureus
Garden pond
September 2007
Zygotes represent one step in the sexual reproduction of volvox. They are the fertilised egg cells that later turn their color from green to orange and build up a protective layer.Microscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Volvox_aureus-geschlecht_K.jpg volvox aureus
garden pond
June 2003
generation of sex-cells.Microscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Volvox_aureus-Zygote_K.jpg volvox aureus, cygote
garden pond
August 2003
cygoteMicroscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Volvox_globator-100x_K.jpg Volvox globator
Botanical garden, university Düsseldorf
May 2008
HabitusMicroscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Volvox_globator-200x_K.jpg Volvox globator
Botanical garden, university Düsseldorf
May 2008
Part of the sperical surfaceMicroscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Volvox_globator-PH_K.jpg Volvox globator
Botanical garden, university Düsseldorf
May 2008
Part of the sperical surface with phasecontrastMicroscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Volvox_globator-schnitt_K.jpg Volvox globator
Botanical garden, university Düsseldorf
May 2008
The side-face of the cells is +/- flat lentiform-cone-shaped.Microscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Volvox_globator-630x_K.jpg Volvox globator
Botanical garden, university Düsseldorf
May 2008
The cells are connected by single, radial and in comparison to V. aureus fairly thick dicke plasmodesmas.Microscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Volvox_globator-DF_K.jpg Volvox globator
Botanical garden, university Düsseldorf
May 2008
This video (~ 3 MB, wmv-format) shows an old colony, near to death. It has 9 nearly adult daughter colonies insinde. These daughter colonies themselves show little daughter colonies, too. Microscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto


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