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Skull cell phone
Cell 2455, Death Row
Riot in Cell Block II
Group jail cell in new Public Safety Building, Seattle, 1950
Elm Borers and Elm Bark Louse : Elm Borer (Sapreda tridentata Oliv.). 1. Larva or grub within its burrow just under the bark; 1a, Larva or grum extended; 2. Pupa within its cell just under the bark; 3. Burrows of the grub as exposed after removal of the bark; 4. Adult beetle.
Elm Snout Beetles (Mardalis): 5. Adult of Magdalis armicollis Say; 6. Adult of magdalis barbita Say; 6a. Side view of same; 7. Larva of Magdalis barbita, side view; 8. Pupa of Magdalis barbita within its oval cell just beneath the bark; 8a Empty pupal case of Magdalis barbita; 9. Burrows of Magdalis barbita as exposed after removal of the bark; 9a. Holes in the bark through which the beetles escape; 9b. Showing how bark is loosened by the burrows of this insect.
Elm Bark Louse (Gossyparia ulmi Geoff): 10. Group of partly grown bark lice as they appear in the early spring; 11. Group of male cocoons; 12. Group of male cocoons; 13. Group of females; 14. Female; 15. Recently hatched young; 16. Mature female; 16a, Mature females on a twig; 17. Pesudimago or wingless male; 18. Winged male.... Note also the long, white, anal filaments
Fig.1.--Mature egg ready for union with male cell.
Fig.2.--Spermatozoa (male cells). Note length of tail and shape of head. No attempts were made to study the minute anatomy.
Fig.3.--Egg, twenty-five minutes after fecundation, showing the two polar cells (pc) and the faintly developed yolk love.
Fig.4.--Egg just previous to the first cleavage, showing large yolk lobe.
Fig.5.--The two-celled stage at the completion of the first cleavage, fifty minutes after fecundation. The larger cell contains the yolk lobe.
Figs. 6,7,8,9.--This series illustrates the process of cleavage in the egg during the change from the two-celled to the four-celled stage.
Fig.10.--The four-celled stage, one hundred and ten munites after fecundation. Side view.
Figs. 11,12.--The eight-celled stage, one hundred and forty-five minutes after fecundation.
Fig.13.--The sixteen-celled stae, one hundred and eighty-five munites after fecundation. Side view.
August 3, 1905 Page one
Gunboat is ordered out
Preparations were made for meeting quietly
Blows up his own cell with a charge of dynamite
Czar talks of continuing the war
April 8, 1905 Page three
Found prison cell instrument for spiritual good
Signal communication with summit of Mount Hood
Substitute for beer introduced in post exchanges
Crew believedto have gone down with vessel
a few of the cells seen from abo e;
2.Membranipora piloss; a single cell, seen in profile
Wood borings ejected by Teredo... Observe that in many of the particles the cell walls are visible
Anterior of head end of Teredo navalis, showing cell, centrally located foot
Sturcture of the Breathing Organs of Porcellio scaber
A, Exopodite of first pleopod, showing the tuft of air-tubes ('pseudo-tracheae'), seen through the transparent cuticle; B, vertical section through same; C, part of section more highly magnified; art, Point of attachment of exopodite to peduncle; c, cuticle; gr, grooved area of cuticle; hy, hypodermis, or layer of cells under the cuticle; n, nucleus of hypodermis cell of air-tube; o, external opening; tr, air-tubes
Potamogeton crispus, photo micrograph of section through stem of starch-filled vegetative structure; a, cell with starch grains. November
Cell door, McNeil Island Penitentiary.
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