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bioSlide_0000_Zebrafish hear - Bloomkatz pic

Developing Zebrafish Heart

bioSlide_0001_TrH Brainbow - Roman pic

Serotonin Neurons in Drosophila

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A young freshwater turtle

bioSlide_0003_Pale yellow pitcher plant

Carnivorous pitcher plant in a Mississippi wet pine savanna

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Wildflower diversity in a restored open oak woodland

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Diversity of wild mushrooms of north Mississippi

bioSlide_0006_Meadow beauty flower

Savannah meadowbeauty (Rhexia alifanus)

bioSlide_0007_Atlantic Sharpnose Shark (Lauren Fuller)

Young shark being studied in the Gulf of Mexico

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Anatomy & Physiology laboratory in Shoemaker Hall

bioSlide_0009_A zebra finch learns to escape a heated arena using spatial memory of colored cues

Zebra finch neurobiology research

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