Bacteria on a drying surface 1
Bacteria on a drying surface 1

Pseudomonas fluorescens A506 cells on a drying surface. Image by : Tomer Orevi

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Bacteria on a drying surface 2
Bacteria on a drying surface 2

Pseudomonas fluorescens A506 cells on a drying surface. Image by : Tomer Orevi

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Bacteria on a drying surface 3
Bacteria on a drying surface 3

Pseudomonas fluorescens A506 cells on a drying surface. Image by : Tomer Orevi

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Aggregatograms
Aggregatograms

Our advanced image analysis software can create the time-line of thousands of individual bacterial aggregates on a single experiment. Software developed by Maor Grinberg.

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Bacteria on a drying surface 4
Bacteria on a drying surface 4

Pseudomonas fluorescens A506 cells on a drying surface. Image by : Tomer Orevi

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Bacteria on a drying surface 6
Bacteria on a drying surface 6

Pseudomonas fluorescens A506 cells on a drying surface. Image by : Tomer Orevi

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Bacterial surface colonization 2
Bacterial surface colonization 2

Fluorescently tagged Pseudomonas fluorescens A506 cells colonizing a surface Image by : Tomer Orevi

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Bacterial surface colonization 1
Bacterial surface colonization 1

Fluorescently tagged Pseudomonas putida cells colonizing a surface Image by : Tomer Orevi

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P. putida HGT in microdroplets
P. putida HGT in microdroplets

P. putida HGT in microscopic surface wetness (donors:red, acceptors:green)

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P. putida HGT in microdroplets 2
P. putida HGT in microdroplets 2
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Fungal hyphae in microscoic surface wetness
Fungal hyphae in microscoic surface wetness

Fungal hyphae and bacteria (pink) in microscopic surface wetness (blue).

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Fungal hyphae in microscopic surface wetness
Fungal hyphae in microscopic surface wetness

Fungal hyphae and bacteria (pink) in microscopic surface wetness (blue).

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P. putida IsoF drying aggregate
P. putida IsoF drying aggregate

Pseudomonas putida IsoF cell aggregates on a drying surface. Image by : Tomer Orevi

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The video shows the microbial zoo that was extracted from a Lettuce leaf, grown overnight, and then placed under our microscope (video by Tomer Orevi).