Looks like a normal leaf…but The tiny hair like structures look so evident like this Until we meet again ~ Val
At the center of it ….. Until we meet again! ~ Val
In continuation to my earlier posts, trying to study fungi on different Indian sweets. Here is a white pedha, a well known delicacy.
Watching my mom clean fish the other day, I dont know why I felt curious about what those glittery scales look like …. i was wondering if they would seem like a plain glass or crystals….the results turned out totally different though……. Until we meet again!!! ~Val
It gets a bit better in the next video… It gets really difficult when you are trying to capture a running worm…. need to try other methods of focusing better!..goodbye..with aim to get better videos next time! Happy Foldscoping! ~Val
I really never expected this to work… but who knew Foldscope seems to impress me everytime. Another amazing application of foldscope: MCF-7 is a cell line that was first isolated in 1970 from the breast tissue of a 69-year old Caucasian woman. It is a widely studied epithelial cancer cell line derived from breast adenocarcinoma,…
Christmas fern – like I call it 🙂 Looking at it closely…. some tiny particles around too When you zoom on those particles Every bifurcation had this brownish colored covering. And here……………………… In the end of it all, everything was still amazing!
These images were clicked long ago but never really got a chance to post them.
Yesterday I got a glimpse of an amazing creature in my algal sample.. a worm that wouldn’t stay still….a worm with bristles… I could also see a clear view of its digestive tract which I believe it had just filled… Dunno what it is but definitely would like to know more! Shall be uploading a…