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In the Name of God بسم الله
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Ya Aba 3abdillah

Extravagance of Allah (swt)'s creation. . .

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(bismillah)

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Pondering about the creations of Allah (swt) is a form of 3ibaada.

http://www.visions-of-science.co.uk/winners.htm

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Microinjecting a ganglion cell neuron in a ferret retina with dye can reveal its shape. The dendrites, or slender filaments that project from the cell body, are making contacts with similar processes from other retinal neurons and can be seen to bend around a blood vessel (filled with red blood cells).

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View of the spinal cord of a zebrafish embryo taken at 24 hours postfertilisation. The embryo has been fixed and stained for the protein tubulin to reveal the nerve cells. At this stage many of the nerve cells are extending processes to make contact with their targets, either within the central nervous system or in the periphery.

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Cultured human breast cancer cells that have been stained to reveal their nuclei and elements of their cytoskeleton. Whilst some cells appear to be normal and divide normally, others are far from normal. Cells with more than one nucleus can be seen and another cell is in the process of dividing into three rather than two. The image was acquired using a laser scanning confocal microscope.

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Plankton forms the basis of the marine food chain. This planktonic alga (Calcidiscus leptoporus) changes its appearance during its life, and this is the first time it has been seen between its two forms. During its transformation, it replaces its old outer covering (green) with one of plate-like units (brown).

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This image shows aspartame, an artificial sweetener that is 180 times sweeter than sugar. Artificial sweeteners are increasingly being used to flavour food and drinks, as they have none of sugar's fattening properties.

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The swollen tips of these matchstick-like cells secrete a liquid (cerebrospinal fluid) which protects the brain and spinal cord from impacts. These cells are found in the choroid plexus, a layer that lines the cavities within the brain.

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A bone's inner honeycomb-like structure becomes less dense and more prone to fracture in osteoporosis. This scanning electron micrograph shows how the bone has attempted to strengthen itself in the centre, forming a 'microcallus'.

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To the unaided eye, mildew

(Erysiphe sp.) is a white powdery layer on the surface of infected leaves. In this highly magnified image we can see the tall filamentous threads of the fungus and the rounded spores they produce.

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The radiating spikes of light around this nautilus shell are due to its interactions with an applied high-voltage electric field. The properties of the shell's material affect the colour and intensity of the spikes. The nautilus is a marine mollusc related to the squid.

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Different colours show different orientations of the magnetic field in a thin metal film. Such thin films are the basis of magnetic storage on computer discs. Studying how the fields change and interact has many applications, including improving the reliability of data storage in the next generation of computers .

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Butterfly wings are renowned for their symmetry. Here the symmetry is emphasised by viewing a wing as if through a kaleidoscope.

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Male toads mob a female in a mating frenzy. Only one male can mate with the female, and competition is fierce. Such is the toads' single-mindedness that they ignore everything else, including predators, traffic and photographers.

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The orientation of molecules within a liquid crystal can be seen by viewing the crystals using polarised light. Regions that have the same colour here have the same orientation of their constituent molecules.

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Kangaroo care is a technique used to help premature babies. The baby is held so that it touches the skin on its parent’s chest. This is thought to allow breathing and heart rhythms to be picked up, aiding their regulation in the infant.

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