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Stages of cell division in animals and plants

Laplane's description: In these drawings, I tried to highlight Inoue’s investigation on mitotic spindle during cell division. Inoue was observing the mitotic spindle through their birefringence. This particular kind of observation is associated with a particular imaging of the cells where one mainly sees the mitotic spindles, to the expense of other cell elements. Because of this focus, my drawings depart from classical drawing of cell division in several ways.

Created: 2015-07-07

Edmund Beecher Wilson Exhibit Poster

Poster for the Edmund Beecher Wilson digital exhibit, housed on the MBL History Project website

At the Captain Kidd

At the Captain Kidd. Left to right: Ron Vale, Shinya Inoue, J. Woodland Hastings, Andrew Szent-Gyorgyi, unknown.

Supply Department

Black and white photo of MBL Supply house with Eel Pond in the background.

Created: 1928-1929

Trip to Barnstable tuna wiers for squid. Image #1

Three men sitting in front of boat.

Created: 1951

Botany field trip to Nobska shore. Image #16

Botany students sitting in pickup truck, climbing in, and standing nearby.

Created: 1951

Trip to Barnstable tuna wiers for squid. Image #2

Boat going under weir net and pulling net onto boat.

Created: 1951

Botany field trip to Nobska shore. Image #15

Botany students sitting in back of pickup truck.

Created: 1951

Botany field trip to Nobska shore. Image #14

Botany students loading pickup truck.

Created: 1951

Botany field trip to Nobska shore. Image #13

Students examining specimens collected in buckets. Buckets are on seawater table with spigots and hose from top.

Created: 1951

Botany field trip to Nobska shore. Image #12

People walking through marsh area towards open water.

Created: 1951

Botany field trip to Nobska shore. Image #10

People standing at bottom of staircase with collecting buckets.

Created: 1951

Botany field trip to Nobska shore. Image #11

Distance view of people collecting in marsh area.

Created: 1951

Botany field trip to Nobska shore. Image #8

Botany students collecting specimens in very shallow water.

Created: 1951

Botany field trip to Nobska shore. Image #7

Botany students examining specimens in ankle-deep water.

Created: 1951

Botany field trip to Nobska shore. Image #6

Botany students holding buckets and collecting samples in shallow water. Fisherman behind on jetty.

Created: 1951

Botany field trip to Nobska shore. Image #4

Botany students holding buckets and collecting samples in shallow water. View from distance.

Created: 1951

Botany field trip to Nobska shore. Image #5

Botany students holding buckets and collecting samples in shallow water. View from top of ridge.

Created: 1951

Botany field trip to Nobska shore. Image #3

Botany students holding buckets and passing samples in shallow water. One student is wearing a facemask. Second view.

Created: 1951

Botany field trip to Nobska shore. Image #2

Botany students holding buckets and passing samples in shallow water. One student is wearing a facemask.

Created: 1951

Janitor in auditorium. Image #3

View of Lillie auditorium towards stage. Janitor sweeping. Second image.

Created: 1951

Botany field trip to Nobska shore. Image #1

Botany students holding buckets and collecting samples in shallow water.

Created: 1951

Janitor in auditorium. Image #2

View of Lillie auditorium towards stage. Janitor sweeping.

Created: 1951

Janitor in auditorium. Image #1

View of Lillie auditorium towards Crane painting. Janitor cleaning.

Created: 1951

Getting the mail. Image #5

People retrieving mail from cubbies.

Created: 1951

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