Study the botany of seed-bearing plants with the phanerogamae microscope slide sets. Also known as spermatophytes, these plants have well-developed roots, stems, leaves and vascular systems as well as flowers and fruits. Each slide set includes a full-color brochure with corresponding pictures.
Phanerogamae General Slide Set includes 25 microscope slides: • Aristolochia, birthwort, older stem t.s. • Aristolochia, birthwort, one year stem t.s. • Capsella, shepherd’s purse, l.s. of embryos in situ • Cell division (mitosis) all stages, in Allium root tips l.s. • Cork cells, in sec. of bark of Quercus • Cucurbita, pumpkin, stem with bundles and sieve tubes l.s. • Fagus, beech, leaf bud t.s. shows leaf origin and development • Lilium, lily, anthers t.s. shows pollen chambers and pollen grains • Lilium, lily, flower bud t.s. shows flower diagram • Lilium, lily, ovary t.s. showing embryosac for general study • Lilium, lily, stigma with pollen and pollen tubes l.s. • Pinus, pine, leaf (needle) t.s. • Ranunculus, buttercup, typical dicot root t.s. • Root hairs on root tip • Sambucus, elderberry, stem with lenticels t.s. • Simple plant cells, epidermis of Allium cepa w.m. • Starch grains, in t.s. of potato tuber • Stone cells, in sec. of fruit of Pirinus (pear) • Syringa, lilac, leaf t.s., a typical dicot leaf • Triticum, wheat, grain (semen) t.s. shows embryo and endosperm • Triticum, wheat, gramineous stem t.s. • Tulipa, tulip, leaf epidermis with stomata and guard cells w.m. • Zea mays, corn, leaf t.s., a monocot gramineous leaf • Zea mays, corn, typical monocot root t.s. • Zea mays, corn, typical monocot stem t.s.