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Author 'Hiedra98' A voir (Id 173798 ) : This photo is not me because it takes a special mounting to take it but I the issues courtesy of the author. However, it is me who provided the subject cliche that comes from a photo that I have published recently.
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> Lou feignassou [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Apr 12, 2012
After verification on the internet, it would be a photo of a flower pollen, under the photo it is said that it sounds like etrangement has a virus, I was therefore really not far in my first comment referring the influenza virus and you as me let marinate in my oil bath, not very nice: 18:
 
 > Author Hiedra98 [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Apr 12, 2012
 
You look to accuse me of not have said you that you was on the right track. But this was, by far, a bacterium or a virus. Each animal, the pollen grain is vegetal.
Even if some virus-like pollen grains, comparison is not correct.
 
> Lumixane [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Apr 11, 2012
Thank you for the indices, it could be a plant cell 16.75 on one of the ingredients of the plate attached, one on the left, for example soy.
Bon appetit
 
 > Author Hiedra98 [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Apr 12, 2012
 
When you talk of plant cell, you're very close. I wouldn't say betise but it is a double cell which one would be the launcher and the other the projectile, if I have understood correctly.
As you are the more curious, I give a good pipe in exclusive: Etymologically, it is dust.
 
 > Author Hiedra98 [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Apr 12, 2012
 
It is a pollen grain. You've not had the time to find but I give the official response. He was taken precisely on the flower of Hibiscus schizopetalus that I have failed in February. He was photography with the optical microscope by a friend, teacher-researcher at the Museum which is prehistorienne and palynologist.
It should be noted that the morphology of the pollen, better seen with the electron microscope, is characteristic of a plant species and its envelope will keep tens of thousands, or even millions of years in the sediments. Sites parapetti, the palynologist collects pollen fossilise, analysis and can say what environmental plant of the place was this time, steppe, savanna, moist forest, to the pres species growing there. All supported by the observations of the sedimentologue on the pluviometrie, the paleozoologue wildlife as the cave man left on the spot much detritus of his Agape.
 
 > Lumixane [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Apr 12, 2012
 
Coincidence, the deduction was performs on the first of the 3 photos past in Favorites in my raid in your gallery after the publication of the mystery. Pure chance! Since this stage I did not made was how we were in the microscopic, Roland we will put on the track. I join the flower in question that is very elegant. Congratulations Hiedra for this photo that will have earned you your 5th inch of gold - a share with the researcher friend - this distinction that can connect with the Medal of merit.
Lanterne japonaise
 
> Pmai [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Apr 11, 2012
The small bubbles, ca must be a photo taken with the microscope, not?
If this is the case it is one of many protozoa that live exclusively in water or in moist soils. But what is his name? : 16:: 20:
 
> Annie.reymondie [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Apr 11, 2012
Good Ivy need you to give us clues as this mystery, which for you seems to be easy, remains for us an incredible enigma
 
 > Author Hiedra98 [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Apr 12, 2012
 
As you you passionnes to this baffling star, I offer you a joker: you know the photographer.
 
 > Author Hiedra98 [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Apr 11, 2012
 
I am all ebahi to have an inch of gold, even by proxy. I confess that I still don't know who awarded this glorious distinction and according to what criteria.
So, here is a clue in this unusual image. This is the vegetable, even the essence of this reign. Image was actually taken in the microscope. The color is natural.
 
 > Lou feignassou [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Apr 11, 2012
 
This is no doubt a bacterium, but not a lambda bacterium, it is called ludivine gable and is enabled for 398 days by a sheep of the caussse mejan whose identification number is PMUS HS 265 5490 V 317: 19:, in my commentary, I let hear was of the influenza virus (without naming but I think that it was fairly clear), it must be said that on the internet sounds furiously has your photo, is sure that yours is sound of body and mind and that it is not contagious.
 
 > Author Hiedra98 [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Apr 11, 2012
 
Change of reign: it is of vegetal. It has nothing do with the roquefort.
 
> Annie.reymondie [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Apr 11, 2012
A question the colors are original ones ??? ...
 
> Agathe [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Apr 11, 2012
It is the avatar of the profile of Roselyne Bachelot on one of his blogs, lol still a virus ! ! But why not an inhabitant of the ocean ? Our common ancestor ! ???
 
> Annie.reymondie [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Apr 11, 2012
I can not believe you got a thumbs-up Would this be an inhabitant of the sea ?
 
 > Lumixane [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Apr 11, 2012
 
Annie I thought you were in the secret of the gods...
 
 > Lumixane [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Apr 11, 2012
 
Annie, if you have the means, can you a little shake Hiedra so it shows: 11: when it launches a mystere on EIF, committed a follow up: 4:
 
 > Annie.reymondie [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply
Apr 11, 2012
 
Bè no you see Ivy has her little secrets and they are well guarded
 
> Lumixane [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Apr 11, 2012
A report with the avian flu ? See photo-linked.
Au secours
 
> Lou feignassou [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Apr 11, 2012
it's like a floating mine (soft ) the 2nd world war, but it is rather a ticking time bomb, it smells, the ether, the microscope and the white shirts (the fly is broken... ) winter, atchoum, Spanish, H1N1, Roselyne Bachelot... I'm on the trail ?
 
 > Author Hiedra98 [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Apr 12, 2012
 
If I I refere at query, this is the only question that you have asked me to which I did not reply. But was - this clearly seriously? I adopt the dialogue the because it reached a bad level which seems to me moving.
 
> Lumixane [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Apr 11, 2012
The opportunity to come down ANY in your gallery, Ivy, so entranced by your photos/intros (I've missed a lot...) that I couldn't go back up ! I spent my evening, and yes ! But in regard to the subject that interests us here, I am not more advanced for the time, I for a moment thought of a slice of cucumber in africa but not. It eats ? Can you give us some clues ? What is the actual size of what we have under the eyes ?
 
 > Author Hiedra98 [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Apr 11, 2012
 
I hope that the greenback has not been too hard and that you had taken your lamp of a minor. There is never only 167 steps.
On the baffling photo, it seems to me that it is the alpha and the omega of the vegetal world.
 
 > Lou feignassou [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Apr 12, 2012
 
My comment ended in a question, retained without response, it is a fact so you have me leaves mariner but it is your right, I'm not looking for a please has everyone and you have the right to have your matchmaking electives sorry you regret if it is me that is is the answer and thank you for your enthusiasm: 18:
 
 > Author Hiedra98 [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Apr 12, 2012
 
Can you remember the student without answer question? I can find the. It hurts me not at all that you have is the answer but, however, I find that you are a well grumpy winner. Finally, I reassure you, a pollen grain is not a bacterium or virus, and you do not risk a disease by eating your slices of honey.
 
 > Lou feignassou [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Apr 12, 2012
 
The kick I can not find the question be daring, hat the artist, of humour which decape, I like this, when is it that you turn to the semicolon: 19:
 
  > Lumixane [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Apr 12, 2012
 
But you have not finished picky you... These exchanges will propel the pollen grain has a photo the more Musee: 13: Pascal you would of put letters a semicolon is a Paris Concert Hall in the heart of the Marsh, step necessarily known to all, think has us, poor provincial: 18:
 
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