logo

Dennis Kunkel Microscopy, Inc.

Science Stock Photography

New Customer, register Here
Returning Customers Log In
 
image
  Lightbox Shopping Cart Stats Your Price Quote Request List is empty
QUICK KEYWORD SEARCH

Advanced Search Advanced Search

<i>Methanosarcina barkeri</i> - methanotrophic euryarchaeote Archaea
Click image for the most recent scientific stock photography images
Visit Our Education Site
INFORMATION
New - Express Price Quote

Now available, get a price quote quick.

Zika Virus

We have a new Zika virus image. Please click on the images listed to view further details.


CATEGORIES
 
25078A

Prev. Image       Return to Thumbnail Page Send to Friend Add to Lightbox       Next Image
 
Rights Managed Image ♦ License Required for Use ♦ Photo Credit is Required ♦ Price Quote Request Form


Image #   25078A
Name:   Coralline red alga from Hawaii
Copyright:   Copyright 2009 Dennis Kunkel Microscopy, Inc.
Description:   Caption: Coralline red alga (geniculate / branched type) from Hawaii. This SEM image shows a fracture through a geniculate coralline alga thallus (species unknown; from Hawaiian marine environment) revealing the mineralized calcium carbonate surface cell wall layers. Also seen are numerous disc-shaped chloroplasts inside the cells that carry out photosynthesis. Coralline algae have a thallus that is either crustose (non-geniculate, rock-like) or branched (geniculate, tree-like). The thallus is hard because of calcareous (mineralized calcium carbonate) deposits contained within the cell walls. Geniculate coralline algae are branching, tree-like plants which are attached to the substratum by crustose or calcified, root-like holdfasts. The plants are flexible by having non-calcified regions (genicula) separate by longer calcified sections (intergenicula). The colors of these algae are typically pink (or some other shade of red), and some species can be purple, yellow, blue, or gray-green. Coralline algae are widespread in all of the world's oceans. Many are epiphytic or epizoic, and some are even parasitic on other coralline algae. Coralline algae play an important role in the ecology of coral reefs.
Magnification*: x360
Type: SEM
    *(Magnifications are based on a 35mm slide image of 24mm in the narrow dimension.)
Keywords:   25078A 04.01.09 SEM photosynthesis cellulose wall cellulose walls algae coralline coralline algae alga red alga red algae coralline alga Hawaii Rhodophyta branched coralline branched coralline alga branched coralline algae genticulate coralline alga marine marine environment salt water saltwater sea water seawater CaCO3 calcium carbonate mineralized calcium carbonate red coralline alga red coralline algae Corallinaceae Corallinales algal thallus coralline alga thallus coralline algae thallus coralline algal thallus coralline thallus thallus corallines genicula epiphytic epiphytic coralline alga epiphytic coralline algae epizoic coralline alga epizoic coralline algae geniculate coralline geniculate coralline algae intergeniculate calcerous mineralized cell wall mineralized cell walls alga thallus algae thallus alga photosynthesis algae photosynthesis algal photosynthesis calcium carbonate cell wall calcium carbonate cell walls cell wall cell walls chloroplast chloroplasts corraline photosynthesis disc chloroplast disc chloroplasts disc shaped chloroplast disc shaped chloroplasts disc-shaped chloroplast disc-shaped chloroplasts marine alga marine algae

Price Quote Request Form

Rights Managed Options - In order to provide a Price Quote, we need to know how the image will be used. Please complete the following Price Quote Request Form. We will respond with a Price Quote by email ASAP (usually the same or next business day).
  • Select "Quote 1" from the "Price Quote Request" field, then select an option from each drop down menu.
  • Use the Comments box to clarify details not adequately covered in the fields below.
  • When finished, click the "Add to Price Quote Request List" button below the comment box.

Price Quote Request:
Format:
Format Detail:
Size:
Duration of Use:
Copies Produced:
Delivery Method:
Comments