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  • Poppy seed (Papaver somniferum)
  • Spider spinneret (Unknown sp.)
  • Blister pack of chloroquine antimalarial tablets. Chloroquine is used to prevent and treat the infectious disease malaria. Malaria is caused by parasites (Plasmodium species) which enter the blood when inefcted mosquitoes feed. Side effects of chloroquine include vomitting, nausea and headache. Retinopathy (damage to the retina) is a rare eye condition associated with long term use over many years. Drug resistance against antimalarials is increasing.
  • Mosquito (Anopheles stephensi)
  • Mouse renal glomerulus (Mus musculus)
  • Open stoma on an orchid leaf (Phalaenopsis sp.)
  • Melanocyte deficient in myosin 5a
  • Buff-tailed bumblebee (Bombus terrestris) sitting on a purple flower. Bees are important pollinators and play a crucial role in promoting the growth of crops and flowers. The aposematic yellow and black banding pattern on the bee acts as a warning to deter predators.
  • Buddleia (Buddleja davidii) leaf
  • Bearded dragon (Pogona vitticeps) skeleton
  • HeLa cells expressing the protein survivin
  • Spider (Unknown sp.)
  • Lavender leaf trichome (Lavandula sp.)
  • Butterfly wing scales
  • Orchid aerial root (Phalaenopsis sp.), transverse section
  • Open stoma on an orchid leaf (Phalaenopsis sp.)
  • Human hair (Asian origin)
  • Potato starch grains (Solanum tuberosum)
  • Orchid flower (Phalaenopsis sp.)
  • Malaria oocyst (Plasmodium berghei)
  • Scales on a mosquito leg (Anopheles stephensi)
  • Orchid labellum (Phalaenopsis sp.)
  • Ivory ornamental spider silk (Poecilotheria subfusca)
  • Rose (Rosa sp.)