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Three of the Newest PHIL Additions:
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This image depicts the head of an Underwood’s mastiff bat, Eumops underwoodi. An insectivore, this flying mammal is a member of the family, Molossidae. E. underwoodi was placed on the Federal Government’s, Bureau of Land Management’s Sensitive Species list in October, 2000. It is a large bat, weighing 45 - 65gm, and has a wing span of 500 - 540mm. Its diet consists of nocturnal flying insects, which range in length from 6 - 60mm.
|PHIL 12520: |
Magnified 1150X, this trichrome-stained photomicrograph revealed the presence of parasitic Entamoeba coli trophozoites.
Trophozoites of Entamoeba coli usually measure 15 to 50 µm. The trophozoites possess a single nucleus with a characteristically large, eccentric karyosome and coarse, irregular peripheral chromatin. The cytoplasm is usually coarsely granular and vacuolated (often described as "dirty" cytoplasm). Pseudopodia may be seen, which are often short and blunt, and the movement in living trophozoites is nondirectional.
|PHIL 12532: |
Under a relatively-low magnification of 100X, this photomicrograph reveals some of the pathologic morphology displayed by a primate hair shaft indicative of the disease known as, “black piedra”, also known as “trichosporosis”, which is caused by the fungal organism, Piedraia hortae.
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This photomicrograph depicts the histopathologic changes of gastrocnemius muscle from patient who died of pseudohypertrophic muscular dystrophy, Duchenne type. Cross section of muscle shows extensive replacement of muscle fibers by adipose cells.
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