I took this pic yesterday by simply aiming a compact camera through the eyepiece of a microscope, so the quality is somewhat godawfull. Still, its my first micrograph, so I’m keeping it. The image was either 40x or 100x times magnification, can’t remember.
From your school biology, lets see who can first identify what this is.
The Blob! Just before it rapidly expands and take over the world.
Sadly high school biology is way way way behind me. Looks like a cell or amoeba tbh.
Nope. Its not the blob. ;D But it is indeed cells you are seeing. But from where? There are 2 types identifiable that should give it away.
Are those little black slits stomata?
The ventral surface of a leaf showing squamous epithelium cells and guard cells with stomata.
Can’t claim the credit though. I only thought it was cells.
I asked me dear old mom, she being a retired biology high school teacher of 30 years, and like always she came through ;D