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    1. $8.50 As low as: $7.65 in_stock
      This microscope slide box provides storage for up to 100 slides. more

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      Hold and protect up to 25 microscope slides in this case. more

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      Paramecium are single-celled protists that move with cilia. more

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      With striated, smooth, and cardiac muscle types. Non-human. more

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      Sperm are much tinier than red blood cells. Look for the filament (tail) on individual sperm. more

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      Smear of epithelial cells from inside the mouth. more

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      This is a monocot root tip with all stages of mitosis visible. more

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      Cardiac muscles have only one nucleus per cell (unlike skeletal) and are involuntary. more

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      Shows mycelia, conidia, and conidiophores. more

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      Smear of human blood showing both erythrocytes (red blood cells) and different types of leukocytes (white blood cells). more

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      Rhizoids, sporangia, and sporangiophores clearly shown. more

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      This prepared slide includes coccus, rod, and spiral bacteria shapes in one smear. more

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      An amoeba is a single-celled protist that uses its pseudopodia to move and feed. more

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      Multi-stained to show the general structure of a corn seed with developing embryo. more

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      Several specimens in fission at different stages. more

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      Section cut through the cap of the mushroom to show general structure. Same structure as Coprinus. more

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      A good slide for comparing nucleus containing animal blood with human blood. more

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      Several specimens undergoing conjugation at different stages. more

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      Section of Lilium (Lily) anther showing all stages of meiosis cell reduction division. more

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      Typical dicot leaf with vein stained in multiple colors to fully reveal the various tissue types. more

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      Anguillula aceti is a common nematode (roundworm) specimen. more

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      Monocot mature root showing general structure. more

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      Human, cat and sheep hair are included on one slide for comparison purposes. more

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      Includes both vegetative and conjugative forms with chloroplasts visible. more

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      This slide is used to help students learn to focus the microscope. more

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    It doesn’t have to break the bank to study an amoeba under the microscope! We proudly offer prepared slides that are both very high quality and affordable — so you don’t have to hesitate over those labs that require looking up close at hydra, or diatoms, or a host of other amazing microscopic life. And an added bonus: you don’t have to try to find strange one-celled creatures yourself.

    Find top-quality prepared microscope slides ranging from unicellular life to botany and anatomy. Buy them individually or in discounted sets to get even more for your money. All our microscope slides are hand-prepared by professionals, usually with multiple stains and specimens that are hand-selected and arranged on the slide to display the greatest detail. Use 40-1000x power on your microscope to view.

    Slide abbreviations: "l.s." stands for longitudinal section, "w.m." for whole mount, "c.s." for cross section.

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