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Specimens are available for use in a wide variety of organic and inorganic testing procedures. Organic samples can be utilized for dissection purposes or studying whole preserved or life specimens, with practical examples in cellular biology or the internal structures of whole organs and complex multicellular systems. Rock specimens are useful for studying textures, grain sizes, and other features brought about by pressure, temperature, and other natural forces, offering a glimpse into the Earth’s geological history.


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Description:   Standard formalin-preserved crayfish are available in pails.
Catalog Number: (470017-340)

Description:   Abundant small black phenocrysts in a gray to brown matrix.
Description:   Teach your students about the complete metamorphosis of an insect with these mealworms.
Description:   Typical green-gray, fissile, clay-rich.
Catalog Number: (470026-126)

Description:   Coarse crystalline, carbonate.
Description:   Formalin-preserved Mexican grey perch are available in vacuum packs or pails.
Description:   Formalin-preserved pigeons are available in vacuum packs or pails.
Catalog Number: (470176-718)

Description:   Pink to bright rose color.
Characterized by cilia; nearly all possess two types of nuclei.
Catalog Number: (470016-520)

Description:   Examples of Different Types of Surface Appearance

Description:   Drosophila melanogaster, the common fruit fly, is widely used in genetic studies because they express a number of mutations such as eye, wing, ...
Catalog Number: (470177-276)

Description:   Aspergillus Niger
Catalog Number: (470176-588)

Description:   This organism is easily recognized by its trumpet-shape, and can commonly be found in freshwater ponds and streams. It reproduces by budding.
Description:   Spinel group; black, dull metallic luster; common iron oxide.

Description:   This species of freshwater algae is commonly used for research on photosynthesis.

Description:   Commonly known as the Vinegar Eel, these free-living nematodes require very little care, feeding in vinegar and feeding on fungi contained in it.

Description:   Perfect for Independent Study or Classroom Tests
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