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The Discovery Prof Specimens DPS 25. “Biology, Birds, etc.” – a large set of 25 prepared slides for microscopic research. It includes slides from the five specialist Discovery Prof DPS 5 kits, such as “Biology”, “Mutations”, “Life in a drop of water”, “Amphibians” and “Birds”. The kit offers the beauty of educational experiences in the various biological disciplines and provides a comprehensive insight into the structure of living organisms. There are many different tissue samples of plants and animals, both typical and damaged by external factors.
The top-quality optical glass is designed for advanced research: medical training, zoology, microbiology, veterinary medicine, etc. Highly transparent and durable: the images are so clear when magnified that they will serve as excellent teaching materials for many years ahead. The structures and changes in different tissues can be studied in detail, which makes it especially valuable for future professionals.
The Discovery Prof Specimens DPS 25 “Biology, Birds, etc.” may be used with microscopes of any brands for professional, amateur, or teaching purposes.
The large set of 25 specimens represents a multitude of living creatures
Extra blank slides for your own specimen preparation
Perfect teaching materials for the entire biology course
Top-quality optical glass
Can be used with any lower illumination microscope
The set of slides includes:
Filamentous green algae of freshwater
Mold from bread with mycelium and spore
Sunflower root, transversal section
Privet transversal section of a leaf
Tulip trasnv. section of ovary arrangement ovules
Wood destroyed by fungus
Skin of fish transversal sec. injured by chemicals
Skin ulcer of an amphib transversal section
Plant parts infested with a plant lice transversal section
Daphnia, water flea
Cyclops, a copepod whole mount
Mixed plankton from fresh water
Hydra transversal section of the body
Bacteria from putrid water
Freshwater fish, region of gills
Freshwater fish, region of tails
Fish scales, various types of whole mount
Tadpole, frog larva, transv. section through body
Frog (Rana), tongue transversal section
Goose (Anser), plume feather whole mount
Duck (Anas) gizzard
Turkey (Meleagris) wing feather
Chicken (Gallus) cockscomb
Chicken (Gallus), blood smear
Blank cover slips – 50 pcs.
Blank microscope slides – 24 pcs.