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.
Stems of Angiospermae Slide Set include 20 microscope slides: • Aristolochia, t.s. of one year stem with widely separate bundles, two years stem and older stem, all 3 in on slide • Canna, t.s. of typical monocot stem showing scattered bundles • Cucurbita pepo, l.s. of stem with sieve tubes and sieve plates • Dicot and monocot stem, t.s. of Helianthus and Canna on one slide • Dicot and monocot stem, t.s. of Ranunculus and Zea on one slide • Fagus silvatica, beech, three sections of wood, t.s., r.l.s., t.l.s. • Fraxinus excelsior, ash, three sections of wood, t.s., r.l.s., t.l.s. • Hippuris, t.s. of stem showing typical aquatic stem with large central pith • Lamium, t.s. of typical square stem showing collenchyma cells • Linum, flax, isolated husk fibres, w.m. • Linum, flax, t.s. of stem showing husk fibers • Nymphaea, water lily, t.s. of aquatic stem showing reduced vascular tissue and spicular cells • Quercus, oak, t.s. of stem showing cambium and bark • Ranunculus, l.s. of herbaceous stem showing all vascular elements in the bundles • Sambucus niger, elder, t.s. of bark showing lenticels • Secale, rye, t.s. of typical grass stem • Sieve plates in top view, t.s. of Cucurbita stem showing large structures • Solanum tuberosum, potato, t.s. of tuber with starch grains and cork • Tilia, lime, two t.s. of stems, first year growth and two years on one slide • Urtica, nettle, stinging hairs with poison ducts