Indiana University

Skip to:

  1. Search
  2. Breadcrumb Navigation
  3. Content
  4. Browse by Topic
  5. Services & Resources
  6. Additional Resources
  7. Multimedia News

Fremyella diplosiphon

Fremyella diplosiphon

David Kehoe, Rick Alvey, and Roger Hangarter

When light conditions change, the bacterium Fremyella diplosiphon can shift its pigment production to capture more light energy. Here, "blind" mutants (red) grow amid sea of normal colonies (green)2005David Kehoe, Rick Alvey, and Roger HangarterFremyella diplosiphon

Created: 2005

Copyright Holder: David Kehoe, Rick Alvey, and Roger Hangarter

To download a print-quality photo, right click (Mac: control-click) the High Resolution link below and select "Save As." Then select the location in which you want to save it.

High Resolution Version

Image use policy:

By electing to download the material from this Web site the user agrees:

  • To use a credit line in connection with images. Unless otherwise noted in the caption information for an image, the credit line should be "Courtesy of Indiana University."
  • That the endorsement of any product or service by Indiana University must not be claimed or implied.