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World's most amazing photos (Part 19) - Horror under the Microscope
 
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World's most amazing photos - Part 19: "Horror under the Microscope"
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The story behind the photos:

Number 10:
Scolopendra gigantea, also known as the Amazonian giant centipede, is the largest existing species of centipede in the world, reaching over 30 cm (12 in) in length. It is known to eat lizards, frogs, birds, mice, and even bats, catching them in midflight, as well as rodents and spiders. The Permian genus Euphoberia was the largest centipede, growing up to 1 m (39 in) in length.

Number 9:
Solifugae are an order of animals in the class Arachnida. They are known variously as camel spiders, wind scorpions, sun spiders or solifuges.At the front end the prosoma bears two chelicerae that in most species are conspicuously large. The chelicerae serve as jaws. Most species of the Solifugae live in deserts and feed opportunistically on ground-dwelling arthropods and other small animals. Some species may grow to a length of 300 mm (12 in) including legs.

Number 8:
Male Ant-mimicking jumping spider, Myrmarachne formicaria, Salticidae Size 6 mm

Number 7:
Small orb weaver, about 5 mm body length. Has it's front legs raised in it's "pissed off" stance.

Number 6:
Dolichopodidae, the long-legged flies are generally small flies with large, prominent eyes and a metallic cast to their appearance. The males often have enlarged genitalia which can be useful for species recognition. The adults are predatory on other small animals.

Number 5:
Cicindela campestris, commonly called the green tiger beetle is a widespread Eurasian species of tiger beetle. Adults are 12-15mm long.

Number 4:
The Oak Processionary (Thaumetopoea processionea) is a moth whose caterpillars are pests in oak forests and pose a health hazard because of their poisonous setae (hairs), which may cause skin irritation and asthma. The moths are widely distributed in central and southern Europe. The wingspan of adult stage moths is between 25 and 35 mm. The moths are posing an increasing threat to humans as their range is being extended by the warming European climate. The backs of older caterpillars are covered with up to 63,000 pointed defensive bristles containing an urticating toxin.

Number 3:
Annelid worm. Colored scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of an annelid worm, belonging to the subclass Oligochaeta. This subclass encompasses terrestrial earthworms and species that live in freshwater environment.

Number 2:
picture of Polychaete, or scale worm, a species that survive the intense pressures more than 1,000 meters below the water's surface, where the sun's rays never penetrate.
Scale worms have mouths which can turn inside out in order to help them catch their prey. The creatures can exists in both the extreme cold of the seabed, as well as super heated water found near the volcanic vents where water can be 375C

Number 1:
A colored scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the head of a maggot or the maggot of a bluebottle fly (Protophormia sp.) with tiny teeth-like fangs extending from its mouth. The maggots of this fly are used medicinally to clean wounds. The maggots are sterilised and placed in the wound, where they feed on dead tissue and leave healthy tissue untouched. Their saliva contains anti- bacterial chemicals which maintain sterility in the area. Maggots are used on ulcers and deep wounds away from organs or body cavities, most often being used to treat diabetic ulcers on the feet
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microscopio electrónico
 
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El INTI incorporó un microscopio electrónico de última generación que permite visualizar las superficies de muestras a una resolución de hasta 2 nanómetros. Sus aplicaciones son muy variadas y abarca distintos rubros industriales.
Views: 4934 Canalinti
DIY Scanning Electron Microscope - Overview
 
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Today, I finally produced an image with my DIY scanning electron microscope. I've spent the last few months working on this project, and am encouraged by today's success. There is still a lot of work left to do in making the image higher resolution, and eliminating sources of noise, however this image proves that all parts of the microscope are operating as designed.

I will be showing this project at Maker Faire 2011 in San Mateo. Come see it for yourself in person!

http://benkrasnow.blogspot.com/2011/03/diy-scanning-electron-microscope.html

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Views: 167128 Applied Science
Hiç derinizi mikroskop altında incelediniz mi!
 
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Hiç derinizi mikroskop altında incelediniz mi!
Bakın insan derisi mikroskop altında nasıl gözüküyor! www.a9.com.tr www.harunyahya.org
Views: 11150 Ahmetsecer
The World's Most Powerful Microscope - KQED QUEST
 
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Lawrence Berkeley National Labs just turned on a $27 million electron microscope. Its ability to make images to a resolution of half the width of a hydrogen atom makes it the most powerful microscope in the world.
Views: 102791 KQED
Como hacer un telescopio casero muy facil
 
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Aqui les dejo un video sobre como hacer una telescopio los materiales son :
�Carton peque�o de rollo mientras mas grande mejor
�lupa peque�a
�lente convexo ( q el centro sea mas grueso q los bordes)
Aire acondicionado y calefactor casero. Muy fácil.
 
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Como fabricar un aire acondicionado con función de calor, de forma fácil.
Views: 301731 Supratecno
How a Scanning Electron Microscope Works.wmv
 
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The basics of how a scanning electron microscope works.
Views: 39457 Murry Gans
ESPERMATOZOIDES A 1000 AUMENTOS
 
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ESPERMATOZOIDES A 1000 AUMENTOS
MAS INFO EN EL LIBRO DE LA CASA DE LA CIENCIA
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Viewing an active electronic circuit with a scanning electron microscope
 
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I used my DIY scanning electron microscope to view a 555 timer circuit while it was powered. The circuit is a simple oscillator with a very long time constant to make the changes easy to see. My plan was to view the silicon die itself, and hopefully discern changes in its internal circuitry as the oscillations occurred. As it turns out, I was only able to "see" the charge of the electrical wires going to the chip socket. There is likely a clear oxide layer that covers the silicon die, and needs to be removed with hydrofluoric acid in order to use the SEM to inspect the die itself while powered.
Views: 69377 Applied Science
How to build a $40 USB spy telescope
 
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Views: 362794 Mohamed Sayed
tecnica para abrir candados sin la llave.
 
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video no apto para flaites y caseros.
Views: 4576468 Julio perez diaz
Construye un proyector casero para tu Smartphone - Facilmente!
 
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Partes del microscopio y su función
 
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Video editado de http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Tunrrm3OlM
Todos los créditos pertenecen a ellos.

En el video se describen las partes del microscopio y su función mientras se utiliza, las cuales se pueden resumir de la siguiente manera:

Fuente de luz: Ampolleta que proporciona los rayos de luz.
Lente condensador: Lente que concentra los rayos de luz.
Diafragma: Regula la cantidad de luz que llega a la muestra.
Platina y pinza: Sostienen la placa a observar.
Controles x e y: Mueven la placa en los ejes x e y.
Tornillo macrométrico: Mueve la platina hacia arriba o hacia abajo, permite el enfoque grueso de la muestra.
Tornillo micrométrico: Permite el enfoque fino de la muestra.
Lentes objetivos: Proporcionan diferentes grados de aumento (4x, 10x, 40x y 100x).
Revólver: Sostiene los lentes objetivos y permite rotarlos.
Lente ocular: Proporciona una magnificación de 10x.
Views: 80859 Cata patata
Cómo utilizar un microscopio escolar
 
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1- Colocar el objetivo de menor aumento en posición de empleo y bajar la platina completamente.

2- Si el microscopio se recogió correctamente en el uso anterior, ya debería estar en esas condiciones.

3- Colocar la preparación sobre la platina sujetándola con las pinzas metálicas.

4- Comenzar la observación con el objetivo de 4x (ya está en posición) o colocar el de 10 aumentos (10x) si la preparación es de bacterias. Para realizar el enfoque:

a. Acercar al máximo la lente del objetivo a la preparación, empleando el tornillo macrométrico. Esto debe hacerse mirando directamente y no a través del ocular, ya que se corre el riesgo de incrustar el objetivo en la preparación pudiéndose dañar alguno de ellos o ambos.

b. Mirando, ahora sí, a través de los oculares, ir separando lentamente el objetivo de la preparación con el macrométrico y, cuando se observe algo nítida la muestra, girar el micrométrico hasta obtener un enfoque fino.

5- Pasar al siguiente objetivo. La imagen debería estar ya casi enfocada y suele ser suficiente con mover un poco el micrométrico para lograr el enfoque fino. Si al cambiar de objetivo se perdió por completo la imagen, es preferible volver a enfocar con el objetivo anterior y repetir la operación desde el paso 3. El objetivo de 40x enfoca a muy poca distancia de la preparación y por ello es fácil que ocurran dos tipos de percances: incrustarlo en la preparación si se descuidan las precauciones anteriores y mancharlo con aceite de inmersión si se observa una preparación que ya se enfocó con el objetivo de inmersión.
Views: 40782 Wegener Tesla
THIS IS A BUTTERFLY! (Scanning Electron Microscope) - Part 2 - Smarter Every Day 105
 
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Check out the images here: http://bit.ly/ButterflySEM
Watch Part 1 here: http://bit.ly/ButterflyPart1 ⇊ Click For more info ⇊

Music "Butterfly Rough" by A Shell In The Pit.
You know Gordon's music by now. It's all good.
http://ashellinthepit.bandcamp.com/

I asked Dr. Simmons about the microscope. He said
"The microscope we used is a LEO 1450VP SEM. LEO is no longer around as they were consumed by Zeiss back in 2000/2001 but their great microscopes live on in labs like mine."

Read more about how this works here:
http://iopscience.iop.org/1742-6596/276/1/012049/pdf/1742-6596_276_1_012049.pdf

The well manicured hand dropping the male Itaballia demophile lucania at the beginning belongs to Mr. Phil Torres. We were at the Tambopata research center in Peru.

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dieta liquida proteica con aloe vera
 
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Views: 4094 Patricia Vaccaro
Microscopio digital casero
 
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No es nada nuevo ni novedoso, se trata solo de conseguir darle la vuelta a la lente de una webcam ya que el cometido de mocroscopio lo hace solo, y el simple hecho de que sea una web cam ya lo convierte en digital. El tema de la lente de dvd es para darle una cantidad de aumentos considerable ya que es la unica forma de conseguir que tenga la modesta categoria de microscopio.
La descripcion esta en el video paso a paso, es mu simple, y al alcance de cualquiera con una web cam y un lector de dvd que este dispuesto a sacrificar ( preferible que sea uno que ya no funcione y lo tengamos para piezas)
Views: 3154 Aryans CH
MICROSCOPIO SIMPLE Y COMPUESTO
 
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PROPUESTA PEDAGOGICA DE LA IED FRANCISCO DE PAULA SANTANDER, DE FUNDACION MAGDALENA Y SU LABORATORIO DE CIENCIAS, PROFESOR JOSE MIGUEL UCROS PACHECO.
Views: 7682 Josemigueucros
MICROSCOPIO DE LUZ DIGITAL
 
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CIENCIA Y TECNOLOGÍA UES 2011
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final curso de aplicaciones tópicas
 
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Views: 126 Patricia Vaccaro
mar del vegetal
 
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Views: 51 Patricia Vaccaro
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