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Botany Experiments & Kits : Seed Staining
In this engaging and fun kit, students learn how to differentiate between plant food stored as a simple sugar and food stored as a starch. Using a step-by-step procedure, students first dissect the seeds, and then treat them with reagents. This helps to determine the quantity and location of the sugar and starch. The individualized, open-ended worksheets provide additional investigations for student exploration. The Kit includes material for..
£19.95
Dicotyledonous Plant Models : Apple Flower (Malus pumila)
  Enlarged 5x life-size Family: Rosaceae   Species of woody plants and rose plants include trees, bushes, and hardy perennials. Rosaceae species are subdivided into 4 subfamilies: Spiraeoideae, Rosoideae, Maloideae (pomaceous fruit, e.g. apple) and Prunoideae (stone fruits, e.g. cherry). The flowers mostly feature a pentameric perianth and numerous stamen. An apple flower is the perfect model of 5’s in Fib..
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Dicotyledonous Plant Models : Canola (Brassica napus ssp. oleifera)
Enlarged 12x life-size, 3-part Family: Brassicaceae Brassicaceae, formerly known as Crucifereae, is named for its Cross-like (Cruciferous) flower. Unique in the plant world for having 4 petals, Rapaseed does not follow Fibonacci’s sequence. The fruit of Rapaseed is refined to make Canola oil. With 30-40% high sugar content it makes an excellent source of food for pollinators. Rapaseed is self-fertile, and has shown in testing that po..
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Dicotyledonous Plant Models : Celandine (Ficaria verna)
Celandine or Pilewort (Ficaria vema) Enlarged 10x life-size, 1-part Family: Ranunculaceae The family of Ranunculaceae depicts an ancient flower structure.  Also known as both the buttercup or crowfoot family the number of the flower parts are indefinite, especially the male and female parts.  In this case, the flower has 8 petals encased in 3 slim stepals.  There are a number of stamina and pistils and the carpels are..
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Dicotyledonous Plant Models : Chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla)
Enlarged 10x life-size, 2-part Family: Asteraceae Asteraceae or composite flowers are characterized by the torus, a series of florets arranged in dense heads, that resemble a single flower.  A very old plant, Chamomile has existed since prehistoric times.  It has been used medicinally to reduce inflammation, eliminate cramping, promote digestion & acts as a sedative.  The flower is constructed by a single row of lingu..
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Dicotyledonous Plant Models : Cherry Blossom with Fruit (Prunus Avium)
Enlarged 7x life-size, 3-part Family: Rosaceae This model shows the blossom of the sweet cherry (3-parts) enlarged 7 times as well as a cherry fruit enlarged 3 times. The cherry blossom can be split into two halves to reveal the removable ovary with style and stigma. 32.5 cm; 0.6 kg ..
£19.95
Dicotyledonous Plant Models : Dandelion (Taraxum officinale)
Enlarged 10 - 20x life-size, 3 individual models Family: Asteraceae 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.  The word dandelion refers to the large tooth-like indentations on the plant’s leaves and the bright yellow color of its flower head. ..
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Dicotyledonous Plant Models : Dicotyledonous Flower
The pollination of the angiosperms can be taught on this magnified dicotyledonous flower model of an idealized flower with, torus, ovary, and style. Removable parts of the dicotyledonous flower are:   3 petals 4 sepals 4 filaments 2 anthers and the ovary are cut partly to show the inner structures of the dicotyledonous flower. 6 pollen grains that are mounted on the style can be easily identified. This dic..
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Dicotyledonous Plant Models : Dicotyledonous Plant Stalk
Enlarged 250x life-size, 1-part Cross section of the tissue structure of a garden bean’s dicotyledonous stem (Phaseolus vulgaris). Compare and contrast the differences between monocots and dicots using this and BS-T21004.  Discuss the ring like formation of the primary vascular bundles.  Take a more indepth view of the Garden Bean and the use of hairy epidermis in Thigmotropism.  Identify the elongation of the cells that ..
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Dicotyledonous Plant Models : Dicotyledonous Plant Stalk
Enlarged 250x life-size, 1-part Cross section of the tissue structure of a garden bean’s dicotyledonous stem (Phaseolus vulgaris). Compare and contrast the differences between monocots and dicots using this and BS-T21004. Discuss the ring like ... ..
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Dicotyledonous Plant Models : Meadow Clary (Salvia pratensis)
Enlarged 15x life-size, 4-part Family: Labiateae At 15 times magnification, the model shows the detailed structure of a single flower with its pollination mechanism. For further illustration, the model separates into four components and the typical barrier mechanism is flexibly mounted. Magnetic closures keep the parts of this flower firmly in place for detailed study. The four-sided stalks and the lip-shaped flowers are characteri..
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Dicotyledonous Plant Models : Oak (Quercus robur)
Enlarged 25x life-size, 1-part Family: Fagaceae   Oak trees have both male and female flowers on the same tree. The male flowers hang down while the females protrude up. Its flowers are adapted to wind-pollination, so they are not bright and flashy to attract insects. The female flowers form no inflorescence, they remain green and do not produce nectar. Female flowers, once fertilized, go on to become acorns. The cupule, the c..
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Dicotyledonous Plant Models : Pea (pisum sativum)
Enlarged 7x life-size, 12-part Family: Papilionaceae/Leguminoseae The pea is one of the earliest cultivated crops, first harvested in the early Stone Age.  There are over 17,000 members of the Papilionaceae family, named for its butterfly-like zygomorphic symmetry of the corolla.  The corolla consists of petals, 2 wings, and the keel that comes from two petals which have grown together. Peas are also Legumes, meaning they form..
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Dicotyledonous Plant Models : Potato Flower (Solanum tuberosum)
  Enlarged 8x life-size, 2-part Family: Solanaceae   In nature, the Potato flower branches usually divide into two stalks, each with multiple flowers. The gramopetalous corolla’s 5 points are radially symmetrical, marked by yellow lines that equally transverse & divide. The 5 stamen sets are fused to form a conical stamina. The corolla and stamina detach to reveal the superior pistil. The powder coated..
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Dicotyledonous Plant Models : Sunflower (Helianthus annuus)
The model shows the inner tubular corolla magnified 10 times and the outer ray flower magnified 3 times. The tubular corolla can be dissected into 2 halves. ..
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Dicotyledonous Plant Models : Wild Rapa (Sinapis arvenis)
  Enlarged 12x life-size, 3-part Family: Brassicaceae   The sepals and petals standing in two whorled circles form a cross-shape, leading to the former Cruciferous family name. The stamina are in two whorles. The two stamina in the outer circle are shorter than the four stamina in the inner circle. The ovary is divided by a wall and the ovules are linked to the edge of this wall. Brassicas are unique for c..
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Plant Anatomy Models : Absorption Zone of the Root
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 alba) plant. ..
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Plant Anatomy Models : Dicotyledonous Plant Stalk
Enlarged 250x life-size, 1-part Cross section of the tissue structure of a garden bean’s dicotyledonous stem (Phaseolus vulgaris). Compare and contrast the differences between monocots and dicots using this and BS-T21004. Discuss the ring like formation of the primary vascular bundles. Take a more indepth view of the Garden Bean and the use of hairy epidermis in Thigmotropism. Identify the elongation of the cells that leads to Skototropism. 34..
£19.95
Plant Anatomy Models : Dicotyledonous Plant Stalk
Enlarged 250x life-size, 1-part Cross section of the tissue structure of a garden bean’s dicotyledonous stem (Phaseolus vulgaris). Compare and contrast the differences between monocots and dicots using this and BS-T21004.  Discuss the ring like formation of the primary vascular bundles.  Take a more indepth view of the Garden Bean and the use of hairy epidermis in Thigmotropism.  Identify the elongation of the cells that ..
£19.95
Plant Anatomy Models : ief Model of Leaf Structure
  Representation of the histological structure of a Ligustrum leaf, a typical dicot, dorsiventral mesomorphic leaf.  Identify the epidermis, the palisade and spongy mesophyll, the stomata, xylm, chloroplasts and nuclei.  Magnified 500 times.  On baseboard. 6.5 x 24 x 26 cm     ..
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Plant Anatomy Models : Model of Leaf Structure
This plant model shows the histological structure of a beech leaf (fagus silvatica). The leaf structure is magnified 1500 times. You've never seen the structure of a leaf like this before! ..
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Plant Anatomy Models : Plant cell model
The two piece plant cell model shows the structures of a typical plant cell with cytoplasm and cell organelles, as viewed by an electron microscope. For purposes of better illustration, all important organelles of the plant cell are in raised relief and displayed in color. Features included in the plant cell model:   Cell wall Cell membrane Nucleus Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum Rough Endoplasmic Reticulu..
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Plant Anatomy Models : Plant Cell Model
Students can explore plant cell structure with this 20 cm diameter cell model. Teacher's notebook of plant cell model includes: Background information Basic understandings Black line master Two full-color overhead transparencies Key structure Glossary     ..
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Plant Anatomy Models : Primrose (Primula veris)
This model shows the complete flower and a longitudinal section. ..
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