Invertebrate Microscope Slide Set for biology and life science covers all the more commonly studied invertebrate phyla with representative specimens illustrating key taxonomic characteristics. An excellent introduction to a diverse group.
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Covers all of the more commonly studied invertebrate phyla with representative specimens illustrating key taxonomic char- acteristics. Provides the student with an excellent introduction and basic insight into a remarkably diverse group. Amoeba proteus, w.m. Paramecium caudatum, w.m. Scypha, (Grantia), c.s. Hydra, w.m. Hydra, c.s. and l.s. Obelia, vegetative and reproductive polyps, w.m. Aurelia, ephyra, w.m. Planaria, “injected,” w.m. Planaria, three regions, c.s. Fasciola hepatica, (liver fluke), w.m. Taenia (tapeworm), mature and gravid, w.m. Ascaris, male and female, c.s. Trichinella spiralis, section of infected muscle Bugula, w.m. Earthworm, c.s. Earthworm, l.s. of anterior Neanthes, (Nereis), parapodium, w.m. Snail, radula, w.m. Sea star, ray Young starfish, w.m. Insect, wings (four types), w.m. Insect, legs (four types), w.m. Insect, cornea, w.m. Insect, spiracle and trachea, w.m. Honey bee, mouth parts, w.m.