Hair on body of Honey bee

Closeup of hairs on the thorax of a worker bee. Each hair is branched (plumose), enabling it to trap pollen grains more effectively.

Mucor varians

I have tried identifying the fungi, do tell me if it is correct or not

T.S of liver of rat

The liver is the largest gland in the body. It is located in the upper three regions in the abdomen . Hepatocytes are arranged in hexagon-shaped lobules (classical lobules) about 2 mm in length and 700 μm in diameter. 

T.S of Rat Ovary

The paired ovaries of the rat are grape-like structures that vary in gross appearance and size, depending on the stage of the oestrous cycle. The subgross anatomy of the rodent ovary. Covering its surface is a single layer of modified peritoneal mesothelium, the ovarian surface epithelium (OSE), which is continuous with the broad ligament (mesovarium)…

Fungus

Fungi observed through foldscope. We can easily see observe sporangium and spore (conidia) structures through foldscope.  

Eyelash

Eyelashes protect the eye from debris. It perform some of the same functions as whiskers do on a cat or a mouse, that is they are sensitive to being touched, thus providing a warning that an object is near the eye (which then closes reflexively).

Compound Eye of a Moth

Moths (like many other adult insects) have compound eyes and simple eyes. The Compound eyes are made up of many hexagonal lens/corneas which focus light from each part of the insects field of view onto a rhabdome (the equivalent of our retina). They have simple eyes (ocelli) which can only differentiate dark from light.

Antennae of male mosquito

Mosquitoes use their antennae as movement receivers that respond to oscillations of air particles within the insects’ surroundings. The brush-like male antennae are sensitive to sound waves, particularly to those of the frequency of the wingbeat of females; so when a male midge ‘hears’ a female with his antennae, he flies towards the source of…

Onion cell

It was my first attempt to use foldscope. It was very surprising to watch cells, cell wall, cell membrane and nucleus of an Onion peel with such clarity in a simple microscopic tool.