April 9, 2014
The blood-brain barrier in a live zebrafish embryo (20x) (via The blood-brain barrier in a live zebrafish embryo | 2012 Photomicrography Competition | Nikon Small World)

The blood-brain barrier in a live zebrafish embryo (20x) (via The blood-brain barrier in a live zebrafish embryo | 2012 Photomicrography Competition | Nikon Small World)

August 23, 2013
Blood vessels in the brain of a live zebrafish embryo (20x) (via Nikon MicroscopyU | Small World Competition | 2012)

Blood vessels in the brain of a live zebrafish embryo (20x) (via Nikon MicroscopyU | Small World Competition | 2012)

February 24, 2012
Danio rerio (zebrafish) gill branches (46.7x) (2000 - James E. Hayden, RBP, FBCA)

Danio rerio (zebrafish) gill branches (46.7x) (2000 - James E. Hayden, RBP, FBCA)

8:00am
  
Filed under: science biology fish zebrafish gills 
February 23, 2012
3 day post-fertilization zebrafish embryo (20X) (2011 - John Gaynes)

3 day post-fertilization zebrafish embryo (20X) (2011 - John Gaynes)

May 4, 2011
5-day old zebrafish head (20x) - Read More

5-day old zebrafish head (20x) - Read More

April 4, 2011
zebrafish retina - cones are purple, rods are green

zebrafish retina - cones are purple, rods are green

February 26, 2011
scipsy:

Zebrafish retina (Kara Cerveny, Steve Wilson’s lab, UCL)
This photomicrograph shows the retina from the eye of a three-day-old zebrafish (Danio rerio). Zebrafish are small tropical freshwater fish that are widely used in scientific research. The retina is viewed here from the front, as if the viewer is looking directly into the eye of the fish. This image is of the whole eye, created by reflecting half the image across its origin to represent the naturally occurring perfect symmetry observed in the zebrafish. (via Wellcome Image Awards 2011)

scipsy:

Zebrafish retina (Kara Cerveny, Steve Wilson’s lab, UCL)

This photomicrograph shows the retina from the eye of a three-day-old zebrafish (Danio rerio). Zebrafish are small tropical freshwater fish that are widely used in scientific research. The retina is viewed here from the front, as if the viewer is looking directly into the eye of the fish. This image is of the whole eye, created by reflecting half the image across its origin to represent the naturally occurring perfect symmetry observed in the zebrafish. (via Wellcome Image Awards 2011)

8:28pm
  
Filed under: retina zebrafish biology science