Mikrogeo.com

Welcome to mikrogeo.com, a web site to preserve my science/nature powerpoint presentations emphasizing photomicroscopy. These were slides used to illustrate past lectures in geology and biology. Some are original research. For more info please email me at baker@mikrogeo.com




1)Yellowstone Geology & Petrography



2) Sarasota, Florida Plankton



3) Vertebrate Paleontology of Manatee & Sarasota, Florida



4) Introduction to Invertebrate Zoology



5) Cycads - Dinosaur Food



5a) Other Gymnosperm Biology


 
5b) Magnolia biology



5c) Oak tree biology  



5d) Photosynthesis



5e) Flowers: Angiosperm Reproduction



5e-2) Flowers: part II



5f) Leaves

 

5g) 1-Roots & Stems of Angiosperms ROOTS



5g) 2-Roots & Stems of Angiosperms STEMS


5h) Mosses, Ferns and their allies:early land plants


6) Microfossils of the Pliocene Tamiami (Pinecrest Beds) Formation, Florida


7a) Bone Histology


7b)Connective Tissue - other than bone


7c) Epithelium


8) A student guide to Shallow Water Foraminifera of South Florida



9) Alligator mississippiensis (Emphasis on Alligator Skull Anatomy - 3DCT & Radiographs)



10) New Jersey Petrography: NJ's rocks through the microscope



11) Corals & Bryozoa of the Tamiami Formation of Florida



12) Embryology



13) Bermuda Foraminifera & Ostracods



14) Late Cretaceous microfossils of the Navesink Formation of New Jersey



15) Lower Devonian Microfossils (New Scotland) of New Jersey



16) Paleocene (Vincentown) Microfossils of New Jersey



 
17) Precambrian Microfossils of the Gunflint Chert



18) Microfossils of the Late Eocene of Jamaica



19) Brachiopod Anatomy



20) Molluscan Morphology



21) Mississippi Delta - Salt Marsh Foraminifera



22) Pleistocene Microfossils of the Fort Thompson Formation, Florida



23) Deep Sea Cores & Their Microfossils



24) Radiolaria & Calcareous Nannofossils of Deep Sea Cores



25) Mines & Quarries - extracting Earth's economic wealth



26) Ordovician Graptolites, Conodonts & Chitinozoa



27) Glaciers



28) Hawaiian Volcano Geology & Petrography



29) Fresh Water Microscopic Pond Life, Sarasota, Florida  (note: for Pond Life, 39 videos are available through YouTube)



 
30) Globigerinoides sacculifer  ( planktonic foraminifera ) and its gametogenic response to favorable surface water productivity



31)  Pequannock Township Geology (1991 book)



 32) Pleistocene Bermont Formation Microfossils of South Florida



33) Human Skin Histology

 

 34) Anatomy & Histology of the Special Senses

 

35) Histology & Anatomy of the Circulatory System

 

35-a) Blood, Lymphatic System & Immunity 



36) Histology & Anatomy of the Urinary System

 

37) Histology & Anatomy of the Digestive System

 

38) Histology & Anatomy of the Respiratory System

 

39) Histology of the Nervous System

 

40) Histology of the Endocrine System



41) Microfossils of the Early Miocene Chipola Formation of Florida



42) Roatan, Honduras: U/W Photography of Barrier Reef



42a) SCUBA: U/W Photos Cozumel, Roatan, Belize 2013



42b) SCUBA 1989-91 Cancun Underwater Photographs



42c) SCUBA Dive 2015 U/W Photographs


 
 43) Foraminifera from the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef: Roatan, Honduras



 44) Larger Foraminifera from the Late Eocene (up. Ocala Limestone) of Fl.



45) My hip replacement



46) Citrus Botany - my key lime tree 



47) Coal



48) Aruba Foraminifera



49) Anatomy of the Lamprey and its larva (Ammocoetes)



50) Vertebrate Skin - functional anatomy & histology



51) Protochordates - Amphioxus & other non-vertebrate ancestors



52) Histology of Muscle



53) Histology illustrations



54a) The CELL: structure and division




54b) DNA & Protein Synthesis



54c) Cellular Respiration



55a) Vertebrate Anatomy:1a-the fishes



55b) Vertebrate Anatomy:1b- Tetrapods: Amphibians, Reptiles & Birds



55c) Vertebrate Anatomy: 2- Mammals



56) Spiders




57) Millepora: Caribbean 'Fire "Corals"'



58) Minerals and Rocks: an Introduction



59) ARIZONA 2016; Sedona, Tucson, Desert life, Meteor Crater, Petrified Forest, Painted Desert, Sunset Crater



60) Damselflies, Dragonflies: the ODONATA