Figure 20: SEM-BSE image of the large MFD seen in Figure 18 and 19. At this level of magnification it is possible to see that the interior of the MFD contains numerous fine pores (roughly 1 micron across), as found within bone MFD by Jackes et al. (2001), believed to represent bacterial tunnels. (Image credit: H. Hollund)
Figure 20

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