Sarcodina; Amoeba Proteus W.M.; Shows general cellular structure
This slide is a section of a liver from an amphiuma, which is a snake-like salamander.
Anthracosis, Lung of Smoker, Human, Section SKU: PS0286
This slide is a section of a smoker's lung, showing its alveoli
This slide is a section of ascaris cells and onion cells undergoing mitosis. It shows a good comparison of the process in animals and plant cells
Ascaris Lumbricoides Eggs, w.m. SKU: JG 111
This slide is a whole-mount of ascaris lumbricoides eggs.
This slide is a whole-mount of the highly-aerobic brown mold, aspergillus
This slide is a smear of of three typical bacteria types: cocci, bacilli, and spirilli
Blood Smear H&E Stain (Human) SKU: PS0128
Blood Smear, Human, WR Stain SKU: PS0129D
This slide is a WR stained smear of human blood.
Bronchogenic Carcinoma of the Lung, Human, H&E Stain SKU: PS0315D
This slide is an H&E stain of a section of a lung carcinoma.
Butterfly Wing, w.m. SKU: JM 705
Coccus, Smear, Gram Negative SKU: PS0354D
This slide is a smear of gram-negative cocci bacteria
Colon (Human) c.s. Prepared Slide SKU: PS0195
Compact Bone Slide, Ground SKU: PS0135
Cyclops, w.m.,. (Arthropods, Crustaceans) SKU: JM 20
This slide is a whole-mount of a Cyclops, which is a type of crustacean.
Daphnia, w.m. SKU: JM 40
Drosophila Fruit Fly, w.m. SKU: JM 890
Duodenum, Digestive System, Mammal, c.s., (Showing Brunner's Gland and Lieberkuhn's Crypts) SKU: PS0215
This slide is a cross section of a duodenum from a mammal. The Brunner's glands and Lieberkuhn's crypts are visible.
Elodea Submerged Leaf, w.m. SKU: PS0030
Euglena Viridis, w.m. SKU: PS0328D
This slide is a whole-mount of Euglena Viridis
This slide is a whole-mount of three different types of mold: aspergillus, penicillium, and rhizopus
Gastric Ulcer, Human, Section, H&E Stain SKU: JP 873
This slide is an H&E stain of a section of human stomach showing a gastric ulcer.
Hydra Adult with Bud, w.m. SKU: JD 150
Hydra Adult with Bud, Whole-Mount
Hydra, w.m. SKU: JD 160
Insect Digging Leg, w.m. SKU: JM 703
Insect Digging Leg, w.m.