Kesseler has spent the last decade working as a fellow at Kew Royal Botanic Gardens, photographing microscopic plant specimens including seeds, pollen, leaves and fruit. It’s a bit of a guessing game what the subject of each of these images are – some look more like amoeba than plants – so we’ll just have to take his word for it.
Hortas em pequenos espaços precisam de sol e cuidados simples
Hortas em casas e apartamentos são uma tendência. Mas o sonho de produzir alimentos saudáveis debaixo do próprio teto pode se tornar um pesadelo, quando as plantas começam a adoecer. Para um leigo, fica difícil
The male reproductive organ of an Arabidposis plant, the stamen, is imaged by confocal microscopy. The stamen contains two major sections: a filamentous stalk and an anther. The anther is lined with nutritive tissue layer that initially contains diploid pollen mother cells. These cells undergo meiosis to form haploid spores, which then divide by mitosis to form immature "microgametophytes," called pollen grains.