Looking Inside Fruits and Vegetables Using a Radiology Method (17 gifs)

Posted in PICTURES       19 Jul 2010       10614       6

This is an interesting post about how fruits and vegetables look like inside but using a medical method called magnetic resonance imaging. Normally, this method is used in radiology to visualize detailed internal structure and limited function of the body. Only in this case it used on foods.

Be patient, it will take some time to upload…

 

Watermelon

Looking Inside Fruits and Vegetables Using a Radiology Method (17 gifs)

Tomato

Looking Inside Fruits and Vegetables Using a Radiology Method (17 gifs)

Broccoli

Looking Inside Fruits and Vegetables Using a Radiology Method (17 gifs)

Mushrooms

Looking Inside Fruits and Vegetables Using a Radiology Method (17 gifs)

Dragon Fruit

Looking Inside Fruits and Vegetables Using a Radiology Method (17 gifs)

Looking Inside Fruits and Vegetables Using a Radiology Method (17 gifs)

Durian

Looking Inside Fruits and Vegetables Using a Radiology Method (17 gifs)

Corn

Looking Inside Fruits and Vegetables Using a Radiology Method (17 gifs)

Bell Pepper

Looking Inside Fruits and Vegetables Using a Radiology Method (17 gifs)

Cantelope

Looking Inside Fruits and Vegetables Using a Radiology Method (17 gifs)

Looking Inside Fruits and Vegetables Using a Radiology Method (17 gifs)

Orange

Looking Inside Fruits and Vegetables Using a Radiology Method (17 gifs)

Pineapple

Looking Inside Fruits and Vegetables Using a Radiology Method (17 gifs)

Looking Inside Fruits and Vegetables Using a Radiology Method (17 gifs)

Bananas

Looking Inside Fruits and Vegetables Using a Radiology Method (17 gifs)

Artichoke

Looking Inside Fruits and Vegetables Using a Radiology Method (17 gifs)

Kiwi

Looking Inside Fruits and Vegetables Using a Radiology Method (17 gifs)

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kaiks 10 year s ago
so friking awesome!!!!!!!!
       
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Ulriccc 10 year s ago
n_smile clapping
       
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ja 10 year s ago
omg tsugoi
       
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HollyxHero 10 year s ago
That's neat and all... but, what are they doing? Is it showing them ripening, then rotting, or what?


Edit- Heh, nevermind. I get it now. >.>
       
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cya 10 year s ago
astronomy
       
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Smeggit 10 year s ago
First time I've ever looked at Broccoli and thought Awesome :)
       
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