Images

Anaeromyxobacter
My depiction of Anaeromyxobacter dehalogenans. Made using Autodesk’s Maya software
biofuel, bioenergy, bacteria, microbiology, clostridium, bacteria art
Illustration of Clostridium thermocellum with two polycellulosomes.

Geobacter, nanowire, bacteria, bacteria art, science art

animated bacteria, cellulosome, microbiology, bioenergy
Closer look at the polycellulosome
illustrated bacteria, cellulosome, microbiology
Illustration of a polycellulosome attached to cell (blue) on substrate (brown)
cellulosome, bacteria, bioenergy
Components of a major cellulosome of Clostridium thermocellum
Pyrococcus furiosus, bacteria, archea, illustration, microbiology
My illustration of Pyrococcus furiosus

ethanol and yeast2 ethanol and yeast ethanol-and-yeast1.png https://mhrussel.files.wordpress.com/2013/06/ethanol-and-yeast2.png ethanol-and-yeast.png ethanol-and-yeast.png ethanol-and-yeast.png

illustrated bacteria, microbiology, microalgae
Illustration of Chlorella minutissima
illustrated bacteria, microbiology, microalgae
Illustration of Scenedesmus bijuga
illustrated bacteria, microbiology, microalgae
Illustration of Chlamydomonas globosa
bacteria, microbiology, animated bacteria, chlamy
Graphic illustration of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii, a model organism for fatty acid production to replace transportation fuels.
Yeast image, science as art, microbe
An interpretation of the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae, a model for synthetic biology
animated bacteria, bioenergy, synthetic biology graphic
With novel technologies, it is becoming commonplace to manipulate microbes to acquire desired effects. Shown is a bacterium with foreign gene pathways (glowing) that enable this cell to efficiently produce a desired product.

3D bacterial cell illustration, bacteria, science, science art 3D bacterial cell illustration, bacteria, 3D bacterial cell illustration, bacteria, animated bacteria

animated bacteria, cellulose, bioenergy
Illustration of Clostridium thermocellum cells (orange) on the surface of a cellulose fibril (multicolor)
animated bacteria, rhizosphere bacteria
Depiction of bacteria colonizing a plant root.

animated bacteria

animated bacteria, bioenergy,
E. coli on cellulose (light colored) with lignin (dark color). Can’t tell, but lignin molecules are actual lignin polymers I put together

 

cyanobacterial art, science art, bacteria, illustrated bacteria
Illustration of Microcystis

 

biomass, biofuel, bacteria, microbiology, e. coli, science art
Illustration of E. coli that has been engineered to produce cellulosomes for plant cell wall degradation

 

bacteria art, E. coli art, bioenergy, biomass, biodiesel
Illustration showing the concept of E. coli engineered to digest plant cell wall material (green) and produce fatty acids (white) that can be used as diesel as a waste product. The fatty acids shown are actual 3D structures of linoleic acid.

 

illustrated bacteria, microbiology, bioplastic, bioenergy, environment
Illustration of PHB within bacterial cells

 

science, microbiome, microbiology, bacteria art
Illustration of the human small intestine, home to countless bacteria. These bacteria colonize the villi as shown here.

 

bacteria art, science art, sciart, science, microbiology
The wretched Bat aureus.

mesenchymal stem cell, research, nature, science, biology, medicine

 

 

Geobacter illustration
Geobacter with appendages to surface
bacteria illustration
Bug in Blue, with reflection
bacteria gif
Desulfovibrio illustration from Maya.
animated bacteria gif
Same with different background
animated bacteria gif
Rosette of Rhodopseudomonas palustris illustration. Insert your own background.
animated bacteria gif
Same illustration with background
animated bacteria gif
Illustration of Clostridium phytofermentans with a bud

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