Explores biological worlds in 3D images, which were taken using one of the most modern and powerful microscopes available. The book comes with a pair of glasses with one red and one green lens, and using these makes the images almost tactile. The early life forms examined here are reproduced in brilliant 3D colour. Amazing. From the CSIRO
What does the inside of a leaf look like and why do leaves have all of those 'pipes'? On the outside surfaces of a leaf are stomata, but have you ever wondered what they are for? Where do pollen grains come from and are flowers really just modified leaves? Microscopic Worlds, Volume 3 examines some of the earliest life-forms, describing the continuing impact these organisms have on planet Earth. Follow the development of fungi from spore germination through to maturity and reproduction, all in brilliant 3D.