Dartmouth Electron Microscope Facility Date: Tue 13-Sep-2011 Time: 15:08
01_C9 T4Phage&e-coli-2.jpg Instrument: JEOL 1010 TEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.



Transmission electron microscope image of T4Phage on the surface of Escherichia coli bacteria. T4Phage is a bacteriophage that infects E. coli bacteria.

For more information go to:
T4Bacteriophage infection video
02_T4Phage&e-coli2145 80K.jpg Instrument: JEOL 1010 TEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.



Transmission electron microscope image of T4Phage on the surface of Escherichia coli bacteria. T4Phage is a bacteriophage that infects E. coli bacteria.


For more information go to:
T4Bacteriophage infection video
03_T4Phage2137 100K.jpg Instrument: JEOL 1010 TEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.


Transmission electron microscope image of T4Phage, a bacteriophage that infects Escherichia coli bacteria.
04_T4Phage2141 100K.jpg Instrument: JEOL 1010 TEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.


Transmission electron microscope image of T4Phage, a bacteriophage that infects Escherichia coli bacteria.
05_T4Phage2138 100K.jpg Instrument: JEOL 1010 TEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.


Transmission electron microscope image of T4Phage, a bacteriophage that infects Escherichia coli bacteria.
06_T4Phage400kx AMT.jpg Instrument: JEOL 1010 TEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.


Transmission electron microscope image of T4Phage, a bacteriophage that infects Escherichia coli bacteria.
07_T4Phage400kX AMT2.jpg Instrument: JEOL 1010 TEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.



Transmission electron microscope image of T4Phage, a bacteriophage that infects Escherichia coli bacteria.
08_T4Phage2136 100K.jpg Instrument: JEOL 1010 TEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.




Transmission electron microscope image of T4Phage, a bacteriophage that infects Escherichia coli bacteria.
09_T4Phage2135 100K.jpg Instrument: JEOL 1010 TEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.




Transmission electron microscope image of T4Phage, a bacteriophage that infects Escherichia coli bacteria.
10_T4Phage400kX AMT3.jpg Instrument: JEOL 1010 TEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.



Transmission electron microscope image of T4Phage, a bacteriophage that infects Escherichia coli bacteria.
11_Pseudo2 40kx AMT.jpg Instrument: JEOL 1010 TEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.


Pseudomonadales
Pseudomonadaceae
Pseudomonas aeruginosa

Transmission electron microscope image of motile pseudomonas.
12_Pseudo2 150kx AMT.jpg Instrument: JEOL 1010 TEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.


Pseudomonadales
Pseudomonadaceae
Pseudomonas aeruginosa

Transmission electron microscope image of motile pseudomonas.
13_10-26-09_Sage1-1 w bacteria.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Lamiales
Lamiaceae
Salvia officinalis

Scanning electron microscope image showing bacteria and fungi on lower surface of sage leaf.
14_Lilac3_2008-1.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Lamiales
Oleaceae
Syringa vulgaris

Scanning electron microscope image of lilac lower leaf surface, showing bacteria and fungi growing on some eastern white pine pollen and another pollen species (possibly from the lily family)
15_Lilac3-001.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Lamiales
Oleaceae
Syringa vulgaris

Scanning electron microscope image of lilac lower leaf surface, showing stomates, a tricome, and bacteria.
16_heliotrope3-1.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Boraginaceae
Heliotropioideae
Heliotropium arborescens

Scanning electron microscope image of heliotope leaf with bacteria and fungi around the tricome.
17_heliotrope3-2.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Boraginaceae
Heliotropioideae
Heliotropium arborescens

Scanning electron microscope image of heliotope leaf with bacteria and fungi.
18_Spores10-6-06--1.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Agaricales
Agaricaceae
Agaricus bisporus

Scanning electron microsope image of mushroom spores.
19_3_Cholera_FlagellarBase.jpg Instrument: JEOL TEM 1010
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Transmission electron microscopy image of the polar flagellum of a mutant V. cholerae strain, after its release into the culture supernatant. The basal body complexes appear to be released along with the flagellum. The single polar flagellum is essential for motility as well as for proper attachment and colonization of V. cholerae bacteria.

For more inforamtion see:
Martinez RM, Jude BA, Kirn TJ, Skorupski K, Taylor RK. (2010) Role of FlgT in anchoring the flagellum of Vibrio cholerae. J Bacteriol. 2010 Apr;192(8):2085-92. Epub 2010 Feb 12

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