The Cane Cutter by Michel Jean Cazabon. Cazabon captured what might be the earliest image of a cane cutter in Trinidad in the 1850s or 60s.
Microscopic image of lactic acid bacteria. Lactic acid bacteria (LAB) are one of the most significant groups of probiotic organisms and a major end product of carbohydrate fermentation.
Sugar Boiling House, Antigua, West Indies, 1823 by William Clark.
The 98th Regiment of Foot at the attack on Chin-Kiang-Foo, 21 July 1842 by Richard Simkin.
Lynn Margulis’ Serial Endosymbiosis Theory explains the origin of nucleated eukaryotic cells by the merger of archaebacterial and eubacterial cells.
An Illustrated London News depicts the unloading of tea ships in the East India docks in 1867. © National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London.
Microscopic image shows cells in various stages of mitosis. Mitosis describes the division of one cell into two identical daughter cells.
The HEIC Nemesis Destroying Chinese War Junks in Anson’s Bay by E. Duncan (1843). © National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London.
Digging Holes for Planting Sugar Cane, Antigua, West Indies, 1823 by William Clark.