Study the structures of flowering plants with the angiospermae microscope slide sets. The most diverse and dominant group of land plants, angiosperms feature distinguishing characteristics, such as flowers, endosperm within the seeds and fruit production. Each slide set includes a full-color brochure with corresponding pictures.
Flowers of Angiospermae Slide Set includes 15 microscope slides: • Arum maculatum, flower but, t.s. showing ovary • Bellis perennis, l.s. of flower bud showing composite flower • Cheirantus, wallflower, t.s. of flower bud with marginal-parietal placentation • Lilium, anther t.s., early prophase for general study • Lilium, anther t.s. for general study showing pollen chambers and pollen grains • Lilium, ovary t.s., showing arrangement of ovules and all structures for general study • Papaver, poppy, t.s. of flower bud showing pariental placentation • Pollen of Corylus, hazelnut, w.m. • Pollen types, w.m. of a great variety of mixed pollen • Prunus avium, cherry, flower bud with perigynous ovary l.s. • Pyrus malus, apple, flower bud with hypogynous ovary l.s. • Solanum, potato, t.s. of ovary showing marginal-central placentation • Stigma of Eschscholtzia or Lilium, w.m. showing penetrating pollen • Taraxacum, dandelion, t.s. of flower bud, composite flower • Zea and Ranunculus, t.s. of monocot and dicot flowers