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Live specimens are used for a wide variety of studies including studying the physiological effects of drugs on a specimen’s heartbeat and temperature on metabolism, the locomotion of microscopic organisms, and studying plant respiration, photosynthesis, plosmolysis, and more. Algal cultures form colonies of cells that are extremely easy to visualize for better understanding of cell walls and plastids, and many live specimens reproduce rapidly for quick turnover between successive tests.


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Description:   This species of termite is small and delicate bodied. It will follow a pen trail which mimics pheromones.
Description:   Use Sordaria fimicola to allow students to visualize the results of crossing over during cell division.
Description:   Microscopy tool to estimate size and counts.
Description:   Volvox aureus is a species of colonial green algae that forms spherical colonies of cells.
Description:   Demonstrates isogamous reproduction where gametes are similar in appearance and behavior. Make lectures and labs on protist reproduction clearer with...
Catalog Number: (470177-438)

Description:   Observe the differences between common mold types
Description:   This organism is commonly isolated from soil, and depending upon the temperature of its environment, can produce a distinctive red pigment.
Catalog Number: (470176-232)

Description:   Betta splendens, Male
Description:   This organism is commonly isolated in soil and produces antibiotics such as bacitracin, subtilisin, and mycobacillin.
Description:   Collections of Specimens Used Most Often in Biology Classes
Description:   This organism is normal flora of human skin.
Catalog Number: (470152-880)

Description:   Brine Shrimp Eggs
Description:   Black Planaria are a flatworm commonly used in science fair projects. They do not bite and move very slowly, making them easy for young students to ob...
Catalog Number: (470180-354)

Description:   This species of termite is very large, and you can easily observe the distinct differences of the several roles that exist in their eusocial colonies.

Description:   Red-pigmented halophile from evaporating salt ponds; requires 25% salt medium, lyses easily in plain water, releasing DNA.
Description:   The nocturnal hermit crab uses “borrowed” shells to protect its relatively soft body, changing shells as it grows larger.
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