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Description:   Examine the various tissues in vascular bundles found in these vertical section of a dicot and Monocot leaves.
Description:   Dicot Root
Description:   Dicot Stem
Catalog Number: (470111-046)

Description:   Typical Flower
Catalog Number: (470012-642)

Description:   If you build it, they will remember.
Description:   Cellular Respiration and Photosynthesis Manipulatives allow for hands-on, interactive learning.
Catalog Number: (470135-946)

Description:   Models of animal cell and plant cell enables teaching of their comparative structures. Set of 2
Description:   Soft Models Are Great For Small Hands
Catalog Number: (470029-606)

Description:   Excellent Introduction To Plants’ Microanatomy
Catalog Number: (470220-636)

Description:   Students can use this structure to examine a corn stem in cross and longitudinal sections.
Description:   Dandelion (Taraxacum Officinale), Dandelion belongs to the Asteraceae family of composite flowers. Characterized by numerous florets arranged in a dense inflorescence that is contained by overlapping green bracts that open and close to protect the flower

Description:   Cross section of a Creeping Buttercup stem with collateral open vascular bundles. The model shows the typical stem structure of a dicotyledon enlarged...
Catalog Number: (470311-854)

Description:   This relief model shows the absorption zone of a dicotyledonous plant. The model shows the absorption zone of the root of a white mustard (Sinapis alb...

Description:   This plant model shows the histological structure of a beech leaf (Fagus silvatica).
Catalog Number: (470136-376)

Description:   Model shows the transverse and longitudinal section of a dicotyledonous stem in which case the cambium ring has been formed but no secondary growth has taken place.
Catalog Number: (470029-774)

Description:   Combines Views From Both Light And Electron Microscopes
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