Item #: ML1375
General Botany Microscope Slide Set for biology and life science includes slides that cover all major divisions, which illustrate detailed anatomy and life histories of commonly studied plants.
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Includes representatives from Protist and Fungi kingdoms, some of which are thought to be evolutionary precursors to the higher plants. Slides are selected to cover all major divisions. Offers slides designed to illustrate detailed anatomy and life histories of commonly studied plants, plus several popular comparison slides.Stemonitis, (slime mold), fruiting body, w.m.Nostoc, (colonial blue-green alga), portion of colony, w.m. Hydrodictyon, (water net), w.m. Laminaria, (kelp), brown alga with sporangia, section Polysiphonia, (red alga), antheridia, cystocarps, and tetraspores, w.m. Puccinia, (wheat rust), uredinia, telia, aecia, and spermagonia (pycnia), l.s. Mold types, sporangia of Rhizopus, Aspergillus, and Penicillium, w.m. Marchantia, thallus with cupule, antheridia, archegonia, and sporophyte, l.s., on one slide. Mnium, (moss), antheridia, archegonia, and sporophyte, l.s., on one slide. Polypodium, (fern), leaflet with sporangia, l.s. Equisetum, strobilus with spores, c.s. and l.s. Pinus, stem, cross, radial and tangential sections.Pinus, young stem, leaf, male strobilus, and female strobilus, c.s., on one slide. Tilia, (basswood,) one-, two-, and three-year stems, c.s. Cuscuta, (dodder), haustorium of this parasitic plant penetrating host plant, section. Monocot and dicot stems, c.s. Monocot and dicot roots, c.s. Primary and secondary roots of willow, c.s. Monocot and dicot leaves, c.s. Hydrophytic, mesophytic, and xerophytic leaves, c.s. Dionaea, (Venus's flytrap), leaf, c.s., showing digestive glands.Elodea, leaf, w.m., (two cells in thickness). Tradescantia, leaf epidermis with stomates, w.m. Ovary types, four flowers, c.s., showing free central, axile, and parietal placentation.Mixed pollen, (various types), w.m.