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ML1026 - $9.50
w.m. Includes Amoeba (Sarcodine), Paramecium (Ciliate), Euglena (Mastigophoran), and others.
ML1027 - $5.90
w.m. Included are both floating and crawling forms with readily visible pseudopods and intracellular structures.
ML1028 - $5.90
w.m. The giant amoeba, with multiple nuclei.
ML1029 - $14.20
smear. Trophozoites of this intestinal parasite, a causative agent of amoebic dysentery.
ML1031 - $5.45
The cleaned shells of several species from oceanic sediments.
ML1032 - $5.30
strew. The ornate skeletons of these protists are a primary constituent of oceanic sediments.
ML1033 - $5.40
w.m. Mixed species.
ML1034 - $3.80
w.m. A number of individuals stained to show large macronucleus and single, small, micronucleus.
ML1036 - $4.70
w.m. This large species has a single macronucleus and several micronuclei.
ML1037 - $13.35
fission, w.m. A large number of individuals with several specimens undergoing fission.
ML1039 - $7.10
w.m. Trumpet-shaped organism with a distinctive beaded nucleus.
ML1040 - $9.60
w.m. Bell-shaped ciliate with a contractile stalk which coils and extends like a spring.
ML1041 - $10.10
w.m. Several individuals of this remarkable predatory ciliate are shown ingesting paramecia in various stages.
ML1042 - $12.80
smear. Red blood cells infected by trophozoites (including ring forms) are clearly visible in this malarial preparation.
ML1044 - $4.25
w.m. Specimens of this unique and difficult-to-classify organism clearly show all major structures.
ML1045 - $4.25
w.m. Single-celled, biflagellate, photosynthetic organism often grouped with the green algae.
ML1049 - $5.70
w.m. Large spherical colonies that may have 1,000 or more cells. Both vegetative and reproductive colonies are shown.
ML1050 - $4.85
sec. Sections of colonies with zygotes present. Volvox differs from the preceding organisms by having specialized reproductive cells.
ML1393 - $18.40
At the cellular level, living things can be divided into two basic groups: the prokaryotes-without a distinct nucleus and membrane-bound organelles, and the eukaryotes-cells which do possess a distinct nucleus and membrane bound organelles. In this...
ML1420 - $28.65
Examine the similarities and differences among the major groups of protists. The five slides selected include Euglena, a mastigophoran (flagellate); Amoeba proteus, a sarcodine; Stentor, a ciliate; Plasmodium, a parasitic sporozoan; and mixed freshwater...
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