Plant MRI

An MRI, to simplify, works by taking pictures of minute slivers of what ever is placed inside it. Think of it like and egg slicer where each slice is microns thin and a photograph is taken of it. These slices are then run together like a flip book to form a video. Andy Ellison of Boston University Medical School put a whole bunch of produce though an MRI. The results are beautiful.

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