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Stomata and cuticle in fossils

Photo credit: Uni Muenster

Leaf cuticle of Symplocos hallensis(Eocene) with three stomata 
each consisting of two guard cells

An Introduction

EXCERPT

The cuticle is a non-cellular protective layer covering the outer cell layer (epidermis) of the green, aerial parts of land plants.  461 more words

Morphology

A day at the Museum!

Hello all!

Back in January, my and friends and I went to New York City to the American Museum of Natural History. It was so awesome! 98 more words

Photography

What are forams and why are they useful?

If you were to think about single-celled organisms, you might imagine that they could only been seen under the microscope. Foraminifera (colloquially called ‘forams’), however, are single-celled organisms that can grow from several millimetres up to the size of small frisbees. 1,385 more words

Benthic Foraminifera

neel rong chilo bhishon priyo

la la la la la….la la la la la….la la la la la….
shedino chilo dupur emon
jhok jhoke rod osthir mon
ar ghorir kantay tokhon proshroy… 277 more words

Bangla Band

komlo megheder ojon

komlo megheder ojon, bristi bole proyojon taake, je khonje amaake
komlo megheder ojon, bristi bole proyojon taake, je khonje amaake
brishti bheje brishti tei, srishti chhara srishti tei… 160 more words

Bangla Band

Smew

The Smew is a duck particular to Norway. The males are a striking black and white while the female has a grey body, white cheeks and a brown head. 69 more words

Wild Birds