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Choose from 85 pictures in our Zebrafish collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Zebrafish muscle Featured Zebrafish Print

Zebrafish muscle

Zebrafish muscle. Confocal light micrograph of the interior of an intact zebrafish (Danio rerio) larva. The tissues have been stained with fluorescent dyes and illuminated with a laser: cell nuclei appear yellow. The long, dark, striated objects are individual muscle cells. A confocal microscope detects light only from the focal point of its objective lens. By moving the focal point, sharp images of thin sections of an intact specimen can be obtained. Magnification: x200 at 6x6cm size

© Stefanie Reichelt/Science Photo Library

Zebrafish young, SEM Featured Zebrafish Print

Zebrafish young, SEM

Zebrafish young. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of newly-hatched zebrafish (Danio rerio) young or fry. These fish are used to study embryonic development. The eyes (pink) can be seen in the heads. Zebrafish eggs are transparent. This allows observation of the differentiation of the cells into different body organs. Zebrafish also develop rapidly (2-4 days) and the eggs develop outside the mother's body. As vertebrates, these fish are more appropriate models for some genetics research than fruit flies and nemotode worms. They are cheaper than mice, but not as well understood. Zebrafish are freshwater fish that are found in India. Magnification: x30 when printed 10cm wide


Dorsal view of the forebrain of a wild-type zebrafish embryo Featured Zebrafish Print

Dorsal view of the forebrain of a wild-type zebrafish embryo

© Ana Faro, Dr Steve Wilson / Dr Steve Wilson

16th Century, Aquatic Vertebrae, Bilateral, Black, Cns, Forebrain, Left Right Brain Asymmetry, Model Organism, Neural Network, Neuronal Signalling, White