» 2 lug 2020

Nikon Photomicrography Award

Darling_Starfish

7° posto Evan Darling Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center New York, USA: Starfish  (10x)

Small-World-Logo1_155_88_70Ogni anno si tiene un concorso fotografico dedicato all’infinitamente piccolo Small World Nikon Competition al quale partecipano soprattutto ricercatori e biologi che possono disporre dei costosissimi microscopi elettronici necessari per arrivare ai fortissimi ingrandimenti richiesti dal bando di concorso. Il Pirata ha selezionato le immagini che si riferiscono al mare ed in genere all’ambiente acquatico. Per la cronaca ci sono anche alcuni italiani. Per vedere tutte le foto cliccate QUI.

Humped-bladderwort-mouth

3° Posto Dr. Igor Siwanowicz Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) Janelia Farm Research Campus, Leonardo Lab Ashburn, Virginia, USA: Intake of a humped bladderwort(Utricularia gibba), a freshwater carnivorous plant (100x)

Cyzicus-mexicanus--Brooks-AB-Ian-Gardiner

10° posto Ian Gardiner Calgary, Alberta, Canada :  Clam shrimp (Cyzicus mexicanus), esemplare vivo (25x)

Developing sea mullet Mugil cephalus embryos 40x 12th Place 2015 Photomicrography Competition Southern Cross University Sydney New South Wale, Australia Photo by Hannah SheppardBrennand

12° posto Hannah Sheppard-Brennand   -  Southern Cross University Sydney, New South Wales, Australia:  Embrioni di muggini (Mugil cephalus)  (40x)

Phoronid

19° posto Dr. Richard R. Kirby Marine Biological Association Plymouth, United Kingdom:  Planktonic larva of a horseshoe worm (phoronid) (450x)

Red-Fossil-Coral

HONORABLE MENTION  Norm Barker, RBP Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Department of Pathology Baltimore, Maryland, USA:  Red fossil coral slab (20x)Pp_72hr_s
HONORABLE MENTION Dr. Michael J. Boyle Smithsonian Marine Station Life Histories Department Fort Pierce, Florida, USA: Peanut worm (Sipuncula) trochophore larva, 3 days old (yellow: cilia; cyan: DNA; red: serotonin in the nervous system) (40x)Foraminifera
HONORABLE MENTION Dr. Robert B. Simmons Briarwillow LLC Atlanta, Georgia, USA: Foraminifera (a deep sea microscopic organism) isolated from a deep sea dredge in the Southwestern Pacific Ocean (4x)Carchesium
IMAGE OF DISTINCTION Arturo Agostino Reggio Calabria, Italy:  Colony of single celled organisms (Carchesium ciliates) (160x)Root-of-a-fern
IMAGE OF DISTINCTION Anatoly Mikhaltsov Omsk, Russia: Transverse section of an ostrich fern (250x)Alona-guttata Jacek MyslowskiWloclawek KujawskoPomorskie Poland 200x
IMAGE OF DISTINCTION Jacek Myslowski Wloclawek, Kujawsko-Pomorskie, Poland: Alona guttata (water flea) (200x)Autolytus
HONORABLE MENTION Michael Crutchley Pembrokeshire, Wales, United Kingdom: Adult marine worm (Autolytus) (30x)Fishing-Net-Tangle
IMAGE OF DISTINCTION Dr. Robert B. Simmons Briarwillow LLC Atlanta, Georgia, USA: Plastic components of a drifting fishing net (ghost net) recovered from the ocean (5x)Cell-Phone
IMAGE OF DISTINCTION Dr. Robert B. Simmons Briarwillow LLC  Atlanta, Georgia, USA: Power button of a cellular phone (collected from ocean bottom near Kefalonia, Greece). Features include the remains of encrusting bryozoans and a calcareous tube made by a marine worm  (4x)

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