MICROGRAPHS FROM MY LABORATORY

Two types of circulating blood cells in sea urchins (SEM)


Formation of a blood clot in sea urchins (SEM)


Formation of a blood clot in sea urchins (SEM)


Formation of a blood clot in sea urchins (fluorescence microscopy; red= nuclei; green = 185/333 (a defense-related protein)


A sea urchin blood cell expressing the 185/333 immune response proteins. The proteins are red in colour, while the cell's actin filament are green. the nucleus is blue in colour


This figure shows sea urchin blood cells. The cytoplasmic actin filaments are shown in green colour, while the nucleus is stained red.


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