Botanical Model


Description

 Monocot Stem Model Monocot Stem Model
1392

This plant anatomy model features the cuticle layer, epidermis, closed vascular bundles, parenchymataous tissue and several others.
 Dicot Stem Model Dicot Stem Model
1393

This unit is modeled after a sunflower and shows the epidermis,  cork layer, phloem region, cambium, xylem region, pith, and other vital structures. This model displays anatomy in cross, radial, and tangential sections. Comes with a detailed key
 Leaf Structure Model Leaf Structure Model
5206

Magnified 45 times from a lima bean leaf. This model vividly shows the transverse and longitudinal sections, as well as the upper and lower surfaces of a typical leaf. The mesophyll includes palisade parenchyma and spongy parenchyma. Both surfaces are shown with stomas and guard cells. Also shown is the detail of vascular bundles, such as xylem, phloem, and the veins. Complete with key. Plastic construction
 Budget Giant Flower Dicot Model Budget Giant Flower Dicot Model
52071

As students explore this greatly enlarged, unbreakable vinyl model, they’ll discover the arrangement of floral components, and the reproductive function of flowers. Since the petals, sepals, and stamens are detachable, students can begin the investigation with the model disassembled and “build” the flower as they learn about its parts and their functions. Floral structures are number-coded for identification in the key which accompanies the model.
Plant Transpiration
750

For demonstration of transpiration rates and rates of water absorption on plants.

Plant Transpiration
B

For demonstration of transpiration rates and rates of water absorption
Plant Transpiration
C

For demonstration of transpiration rates and rates of water absorption

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