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(  Some Gram-positive bacilli, presumably of the genus <i>Bacillus</i>.<br/>   100× objective, 15× eyepiece; numbered ticks are 11 µM apart.<br/>   The full-sized version of this image is of such a scale that each pixel rep)
 
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&nbsp; Some Gram-positive bacilli, presumably of the genus <i>Bacillus</i>.<br/>
 
&nbsp; Some Gram-positive bacilli, presumably of the genus <i>Bacillus</i>.<br/>
&nbsp; 100&times; objective, 15&times; eyepiece; numbered ticks are 11 &micro;M apart.<br/>
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&nbsp; 100&times; objective, 15&times; eyepiece; numbered ticks are 11 &micro;M apart.&nbsp; [[Gram staining|Gram-stained]].<br/>
 
&nbsp; The full-sized version of this image is of such a scale that each pixel represents a 0.038 &micro;M square.
 
&nbsp; The full-sized version of this image is of such a scale that each pixel represents a 0.038 &micro;M square.

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  Some Gram-positive bacilli, presumably of the genus Bacillus.
  100× objective, 15× eyepiece; numbered ticks are 11 µM apart.  Gram-stained.
  The full-sized version of this image is of such a scale that each pixel represents a 0.038 µM square.

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current00:55, 2 May 2012Thumbnail for version as of 00:55, 2 May 2012300 × 251 (17 KB)Schmalingk (talk | contribs)Scanning electron micrograph of Geomyces destructans. Image courtesy of David Blehert, USGS, National Wildlife Health Center
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