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Botany Models

Whole or partial reproductions of plants and cells allow students to learn to identify and study the structures. Enlarged photosynthetic organisms and cellular components are highly detailed for concise understanding. Mounted on sturdy bases, models are protected against damage if dropped. The botany models are great for lab station activities or for a classroom display. The replicas serve as instant, indoor references for species from enormous trees to the smallest flower seeds.


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Description:   Monocot Stem
Catalog Number: (470111-020)

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

Description:   Typical Flower
Catalog Number: (470135-946)

Description:   Models of animal cell and plant cell enables teaching of their comparative structures. Set of 2
Catalog Number: (470004-728)

Description:   This colorful teaching model is designed specifically for students of all ages.
Description:   This dissectible flower helps students learn about angiosperm reproduction.
Description:   Each model set in this activity shows a different botanical topic.
Catalog Number: (470135-972)

Description:   This chloroplast is a magnified example of the cell organelle of photosynthesis.
Description:   These large and colorful DNA, mRNA, ribosome, tRNA, and amino acid models are visible anywhere in the classroom.
Catalog Number: (470136-366)

Description:   Model of a typical flower, all parts detachable, ovary with a single ovule inside. 
Catalog Number: (470135-952)

Description:   Showing with a longitudinal section through tissue structure of wild rape root (sinapis arvensis), 250 times magnified.
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: (470135-924)

Description:   Model showing germination of dicot plant (Pea) seeds of development
Catalog Number: (470135-994)

Description:   Amoeba proteus, enlarged approximately 1000 times. In a small pseudopodium which can be opened up showing the structure after electron microscopic magnification. On a base with explanatory notes. Separates into 2 parts
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