Categoria: Botany

Dicot Root Section (Leguminosae) - code: 6310.07 rect

Dicot Root Section (Leguminosae) – code: 6310.07

Dicot Root Section (Leguminosae) Code: 6310.07 This 3-part model, enlarged 400X life size, shows the structure of a dicot root in a cross and longitudinal section. All significant structures are well represented in great detail. The model is divided in 3 segments include the folowing: the first part describes the root tip with cap, the…
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Monocot Stem Section (Zea mays) - code: 6310.04 rect

Monocot Stem Section (Zea mays) – code: 6310.04

Monocot Stem (Zea mays) Code: 6310.04 This model, enlarged 400X life size, shows a cross and longitudinal section through a monocot stem. Epidermis, cortex, central vascular cylinder and all the significant internal structures are well represented. Mounted on base. Size:33x23x7.5 cm Weight: approx. 1000 g

Corn Seed model, 2 Parts - code: 6300.15 rect

Corn Seed model, 2 Parts – code: 6300.15

Corn Seed model, 2 Parts Code: 6300.15 This model is 40X life size; it shows the corn seed in longitudinal section with excellent details of the seed coat and endosperm. The seed embryo can be removed for closer examination of its internal features. Mounted on base.Size: 40x26x21.5 cmWeight: approx. 1500g      

Dicot Herbaceous Stem Section (Helianthus Annuus) - code: 6310.02 rect

Dicot Herbaceous Stem Section (Helianthus Annuus) – code: 6310.02

Dicot Herbaceous Stem Section (Helianthus Annuus) Code: 6310.02 This model, enlarged 300X life size, illustrates a dicot vascular structure. Longitudinally and cross sectioned, it shows clearly signifi cant elements of the tegumental and cortical zone. The central vascular cylinder, including phloem and xylem, is represented in great detail. All different structures are displayed in different…
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Dicot Leaf - code: 6310.09 rect

Dicot Leaf – code: 6310.09

Dicot Leaf Code: 6310.09 The structure of a dicot leaf is well represented in this 600X life-size model; the cross and the longitudinal section describes all the main structures and the different cellular types through the upper page, mesophyll and lower page. Mounted on base.Size: 33x23x36 cmWeight: 3500 g        

Hermaphrodite Dicot Flower - code: 6310.06 rect

Hermaphrodite Dicot Flower – code: 6310.06

Precedente Successivo Hermaphrodite Dicot Flower Code: 6310.06 This three-piece model, enlarged to 14X life size, describes with great accuracy and detail the anatomy of a typical hermaphrodite dicotyledonous flower. Thanks to the cross-section, the anatomy of the internal structures, such as stamens, stigma, style and ovary with eggs can be easily studied. External structures, including…
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Plant Cell - code: 6231.01 rect

Plant Cell – code: 6231.01

Plant Cell Code: 6231.01 This model, enlarged 20000 times, shows the signifi cant structures of a plant cell, including the cell wall, nucleus, vacuole, Golgi apparatus, mitochondrion, chloroplast, chromoplast, leucoplast, endoplasmic reticulum. Mounted on board.  Size: 42x17x10 cm – Weight: approx. 1300 g

MONOCOT ROOT (ZEA MAYS) 6310.08 rect

Monocot Root (Zea mays) – code: 6310.08

Monocot Root (Zea mays) Code: 6310.08 The 200X life-size model shows the structure of a typical monocot root in a cross and longitudinal section. This modelis divided into 3 segments, including the following: zone of primary structure, zone of distension cells and merismatics zone. All the different structures and cellular types are numbered and identified…
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Monocot Leaf Section (Zea mays) - code: 6310.10 rect

Monocot Leaf Section (Zea mays) – code: 6310.10

Monocot Leaf Section (Zea mays) Code: 6310.10 This model, enlarged 300X life size, shows the cross and longitudinal section of a monocot leaf. Significant structures include dorsal and ventral page, xylem, phloem and mesophyll. Mounted on base. Size: 53x38x9.5 cm Weight: approx. 2500 g

Gymnosperm Stem (Pinus silvestris) - code: 6310.03 rect

Gymnosperm Stem (Pinus silvestris) – code: 6310.03

Gymnosperm Stem (Pinus silvestris) Code: 6310.03 This 350X life size model shows in great detail the section of a Pinus silvestris 3-year-old stem. It describes all basic structures of the gymnosperm stem, including epidermis and vascular cylinder. Mounted on base. Size: 30x38x9.5cm – Weight: approx. 1600 g