25pcs prepared slides include Bacteria, Protista, Plantae and Fungi, this set is specially designed for Junior and senior school. Also, these slides are wonderful looking under a microscope, a good choice for the microscope fans.
MI-01 Staphylococcus (Staphylococcus aureus) (sm.)
MI-02 Bacilli (Escherichia coli)(sm.)
MI-03 Spirochetes, bacteria three type (typical sporochetes), on same slide (sm.)
MI-04 Evglena (Euglena viridis)(w.m.)
MI-05 Infusoria (Paramecium caudatum) (w.m.)
MI-06 Chlorella (Chlorella) (w.m.)
MI-07 Chlamydomonas (Chlamydomonas) (w.m.)
MI-08 Volvox (Volvox)with daughter colonies (w.m.)
MI-09 Ulothrix (Ulothrix) (w.m.)
MI-10 Spirogyra (Spirogyra) (w.m.)
MI-11 Moss (Polytrichum) – showing spore maturation (l.s.)
MI-12 Spores of fern (Pteridium) (w.m.)
MI-13 Pollen of pine (Pinus) (w.m.)
MI-14 Anther of lily (Lilium)(c.s.)
MI-15 Ovary of lily (Lilium)(sec.)
MI-16 Stems of herbaceous and woody – sunflower (Helianthus)and linden (Tilia) -on same slide (c.s.)
MI-17 Roots of monocot (corn, Zеa) and dicot (bean, Phasеolus) plants (c.s.)
MI-18 Leaves of monocot (corn, Zеa) and dicot (bean, Phasеolus) plants (c.s.)
MI-19 Leaf epidermis of onion (Allium cepa) (w.m.)
MI-20 Collenchyma of stem of mint (Mentha) (c.s.)
MI-21 Sclerenchyma of stem of pumpkin (Cucurbita) (c.s.)
MI-22 Photosynthesizing tissue – epidermis of leaf of bean (c.s.)
MI-23 Yeast (Saccharomyces) (sm.)
MI-24 Rhizopus (Rhizopus) (w.m.)
MI-25 Penicillium (Penicillium) (w.m.)
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|Dimensions||15 × 20 × 10 cm|
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