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May 20, 2011
below a picture showing calcium oxalate crystals of onions (Alium cepa).
The preparation is really simple – cut a small piece of the outer (unliving) cover, embedd in water – ready.
The crystals are either stretched and single, casually crosswise and are a decontamination product of oxalic acid, which is a strong poison for the cell.
Zeiss Standard 16, Objective: Zeiss 10x plan, Camera: Canon EOS 550
Sorry for my poor English…
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