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Prepared slides | Brunel Elite Sets
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Price: £10.00 / €11.20 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
An excellent set of 10 slides of common garden and house plants - stained. Species include; magnolia, lily, begonia, delphinium, ivy, geranium, coleus, venus fly trap, crown of thorns and orchid. Recommended.
Price: £12.50 / €14.00 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
This is material not often made available for both the microscopy and gardening enthusiast. Eleven stained sections from common vegetables. Some very interesting structures. Species include: carrot, runner bean, pea, cucumber, tomato, cabbage, potato, celery and broad bean.
A set of 11 slides taken through the whole buds of the various plants. These are expertly produced sections that are stained to show the appropriate structures. Plants include; orchid, lily,cabbage flower, lemon flower, blueberry blossom, tobacco flower bud, daisy, lilac and guava. Highly recommended
Price: £8.33 / €9.33 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
This set of eight slides is just not available elsewhere. Sections have been taken through the centre of the young developing fruits. Excellent structural detail. Species includes; guava, apple, japonica, cucumber, mulberry,tomato,lemon and pear.
A set of 10 whole insect mounts and some insect parts. Species includes; mosquito heads male and female, flea wholemount, termite worker and soldier wholemount, dog tick wholemount, butterfly antennae, mosquito pupa whole mount, honeybee legs, weevil whole mount and fruit fly whole mount.
One of most popular sets and very difficult to obtain elsewhere. Please note all the bacteria in these slides are dead, stained and permanently mounted under coverslips. The slides are therefore safe to handle. Species includes, cocci, bacilli and spirillae, pseudomonas, proteus, mouth bacteria, gut bacteria, E coli, streptococcus and soil bacteria. All are stained with the Gram stain method. This set needs a x100 objective to view.
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