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FB1841 - $62.85
Living Drosophila provide a dynamic genetic learning experience in this month-long lab activity. Students become working scientists as they culture, perform test crosses of mutant strains, and then make daily observations and compile data. They then...
FB1842 - $104.70
Living Drosophila provide a dynamic genetic learning experience in this month-long lab activity. Students become working scientists as they culture, perform test crosses of mutant strains, and then make daily observations and compile data. They then...
FB1843 - $32.00
Living Drosophila provide a dynamic genetic learning experience in this month-long lab activity. Students become working scientists as they culture, perform test crosses of mutant strains, and then make daily observations and compile data. They then...
FB0160 - $5.60
A safe, simple way to put fruit flies to sleep without any hazardous or expensive chemicals. The CO2 gas generated with this apparatus will anesthetize the flies. Note: Requires Alka-Seltzer® tablets and water (not included); approximately 1/4...
FB0361 - $24.05
Students can use this chart as a visual reference to help them identify flies by sex, life stage, and mutant type. The lower group of photos shows several common mutants: Sepia (se), Curly (Cy), Ebony (e), Vestigial (vg), and White (w). Also shown...
LM1115 - $8.10
Drosophila melanogaster. Wild-type flies have red eyes, a grayish body, and long, full wings. All mutants deviate, with respect to one or more characteristics, from wild-type flies. Drosophila are shipped with carefully-formulated medium in 4"...
LM1116 - $8.10
Drosophila, Mutant Culture: Bar (B) Dominant. Eyes are restricted vertically to a narrow bar in males and in homozygous females. Chromosome No. 1 (sex-linked).Drosophila melanogaster. <
LM1117 - $8.10
Drosophila, Mutant Cultures: White-eyed (w) Recessive. Eyes are a distinctive white in color. Chromosome No. 1 (sex-linked).  Drosophila melanogaster.
LM1118 - $8.10
Drosophila, Mutant Cultures: Yellow-body (y) Recessive. Body color is yellow, the lightest color of common mutants. Chromosome No. 1 (sex-linked).  Drosophila melanogaster.
LM1119 - $8.10
Drosophila, Mutant Culture: Apterous (ap) Recessive. Wings absent. Chromosome No. 2.  Drosophila melanogaster. Wild-typ
LM1120 - $8.10
Drosophila, Mutant Culture: Black (b) Recessive. Black coloring on body, tarsi and wing veins. Pigmentation darkens significantly with age. Chromosome No. 2.  Drosophila melanogaster.
LM1121 - $8.10
Drosophila, Mutant Cultures: Dumpy (dp) Recessive. Wings shortened 25% to approximately the body length. Chromosome No. 2.  Drosophila melanogaster.
LM1122 - $8.10
Drosophila, Mutant Culture: Lobe (L) Dominant. Eyes greatly reduced in size with indentation at anterior edge. Chromosome No. 2.  Drosophila melanogaster.
LM1123 - $8.10
Drosophila, Mutant Culture: Vestigial (vg) Recessive. Stumpy, underdeveloped wings and halters. Chromosome No. 2.  Drosophila melanogaster.
LM1124 - $8.10
Drosophila, Mutant Culture: Ebony (e) Recessive. Darkest body color of all mutants. Full pigment development may take up to a day. Chromosome No. 3.  Drosophila melanogaster.
LM1125 - $8.10
Drosophila, Mutant Culture: Sepia (se) Recessive. Red-brown eyes at emergence darken to sepia and ultimately to black as fly ages. Chromosome No. 3.  Drosophila melanogaster.
LM1128 - $8.10
Drosophila, Mutant Culture: Vestigial (2); Sepia (3). Chromosomes No. 2 and 3.  Drosophila melanogaster. Wild-type flie
LM1129 - $9.45
Drosophila virilis. This large species is popular for the preparation and visualization of the giant salivary gland chromosomes. Drosophila
AB1418 - $26.70
Carefully and properly applied, ether is still the best means of anesthetizing fruit flies. With this inexpensive device the process is nearly foolproof and hazards to user and flies are minimized. Ether is applied through a sidearm tube and held by...
AB1419 - $8.15
Wooden handled brushes with super-fine bristles bound by a metal ferrule. Bristle tuft measures 1/8"D x 1/2"L. Ideal for sorting anesthetized fruit flies, as the soft bristles will not harm the flies in any way. Package of six brushes.
AB1420 - $10.95
Instant, dry media specifically formulated for the culture of fruit flies. Blue coloring is incorporated so that developing flies are more readily visible. Media also includes an effective mold-inhibitor. Simply add equal volumes of water and instant...
AB1421 - $32.95
Instant, dry media specifically formulated for the culture of fruit flies. Blue coloring is incorporated so that developing flies are more readily visible. Media also includes an effective mold-inhibitor. Simply add equal volumes of water and instant...
FB1438 - $10.55
Finally a foolproof method to anesthetize Drosophila! Lull-A-Fly will anesthetize Drosophila for up to 45 minutes without killing or sterilizing them. Besides working like a charm, Lull-A-Fly is a much safer alternative than ether. The small-tipped...
AB1423 - $7.20
Clear, polystyrene vials. Vials measure 4"H x 1¼"W—the standard size for a Drosophila culture. Foam plugs (sold separately) fit snugly in place, allowing cultures to breathe. Vials can be sterilized with a dilute bleach solution if desired....
AB1425 - $3.00
Open mesh plastic netting for use in Drosophila culture vials. A length of netting placed in the vial serves to hold the medium in place and also increases the available surface area for larvae to attach and pupate. Supplied in packages of 10 3-inch...
FB0751 - $73.05
All the basic material requirements for conducting experiments with Drosophila. A convenient and economical package including: 30 vials, 30 foam plugs, 30 pieces of vial netting, instant culture medium, sorting brushes, and a copy of the Flinn Drosophila...
FB1440 - $5.45
A basic handbook of techniques and experiments using the common fruitfly, Drosophila melanogaster. Topics in the guide include the Drosophila life cycle, culturing techniques, collection of virgin flies, anesthetizing techniques, sexing flies, mating...
FB1912 - $43.80
Want to perform a fruit fly genetics lab without setting up and maintaining live Drosophila cultures? This kit is for you! Students use hands-on card activity to investigate all of the key genetics concepts, including genotypes versus phenotypes, dominant...
FB1955 - $96.75
Drosophila melanogaster—the common fruit fly—serves as an ideal organism to study the basic laws of heredity in this month-long lab activity. Students will witness inheritance patterns by performing a monohybrid cross between the wild-type and mutant...
FB2046 - $37.25
Big Idea 1, Science Practices 1, 3, 4, 5, 6 Drosophila melanogaster, fruit flies, traditionally have brick-red colored eyes. However, some mutations cause their eyes to be different colors—even white! In this Flinn Advanced Evolution Lab, students...
LM1244 - $8.10
Drosophila, Mutant Cultures: Brown (bw) Recessive. Chromosome No. 2.  Drosophila melanogaster. Wild-type flies have red eyes
LM1245 - $8.05
Drosophila, Mutant Culture: Scarlet (st) Recessive. Chromosome No. 3.  Drosophila melanogaster. Wild-type flies have red eye
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