Sarah Illenberger’s amazing food sculptures.
So what’s the middle right panel?
I have an idea! ;)
Table XXI from Topographisch-anatomischer Atlas: nach Durchschnitten an gefrornen Cadavern by Wilhelm Braune.
This is a very beautiful illustration with impeccable detail from the mid- to late-19th century. It shows a neat cross section of the pelvis and the various loops of bowel. It even features the asymmetrical sectioning of the tibia, like a historical CT in colour.
Looks like I labeled the clitoris incorrectly on your slides, which should tell you why I was unpopular in college.”
— Dr. S; clearly a man’s man
Staphylococcus aureus is a Gram-positive coccus that forms “grape-like” clusters of cells. It is also known for the “golden” appearance of its colonies, which is produced by a protective carotenoid pigment called Staphyloxanthin (Clanditz et al., 2006). S. aureus is an opportunistic pathogen with many toxins and virulence factors at its disposal.
The microbe I fear most, in a rather pretty photo
Frozen H&E section of normal skeletal muscle.
Arm, Hand and Facial Muscles.
By Leonardo da Vinci, (1510-11). From the Royal Collection (c) 2003 Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.