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Spring 2001 Class:

Kistie Patch, Bonney Oommen, William McManus, M.S., Dr. Nabil Youssef (seated), Carey Wicks, Almut Vollmer, Ed Knoppel

 
       

Almut Vollmer, International Student from the University of Bielefeld, Germany, preparing samples in the lab.

Carey Wicks, Graduating Senior in the Department of Biology, ultra thin sectioning on the microtome.

Carey Wicks & Dr. Youssef working on digital images from the SEM. Ed Knoppel, Poisonous Plant Laboratory, ARS/USDA, scanning TEM negatives into Photoshop.

 
 

Looking at a sample in the TEM.


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