False-colour SEM of human tooth enamel

False-colour SEM of human tooth enamel

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Caption: False-colour scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of human tooth enamel, the highly mineralised covering of the crown of a tooth (the crown is the part of the tooth that projects into the oral cavity). Enamel is an extremely hard, translucent substance composed of parallel rods (or prisms) of highly calcified material cemented together by an equally hard, calcified substance. The prisms are arranged perpendicular to the surface of the enamel. Magnification: X 80 at 35mm size.

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Keywords: anatomy, enamel, false-coloured, human body, teeth, tooth

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