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Animal Life Histories Chart (75-1127-13)

From an environmental perspective, the life histories of three common animals: a fish, a mammal (rabbit) and an insect (honeybee) - are examined and contrastedin this series. Habit sketches are...

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Bird Studies Chart (75-1892-10)

The central figure identifies the topographical features of a typical bird. Eleven supplementary figures depict beak adaptations which enable birds to exploit a variety of food sources. Six...

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Carbon, Oxygen and Nitrogen Cycles Chart (75-1906-10)

A beautiful rendering illustrating the complex intertwining and interdependence of green plants, animals, bacteria and the environment, which is maintained in delicate balance.

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Animal and Plant Cell Chart (75-1911-10)

Animal and Plant Cell Structure and Division Charts are furnished with Hang-Up Mount.

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Animal Mitosis Chart (75-1912-10)

Charts are furnished with Hang-Up Mount.

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Animal Meiosis Chart (75-1913-10)

Animal Meiosis Charts are furnished with Hang-Up Mount.

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Clam Chart (75-1888-10)

The anatomy of this common mollusk is portrayed in a complete dissection. Separate figures detail the heart and habit studies which include an enlarged glochidium and numerous glochidia attached...

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Coelenterata (Cnidaria) Chart (75-1882-10)

Hydra is featured, including a magnified section showing undischarged and discharged nematocysts. Other forms include the Sea Anemone (Metridium) and the colonial hydroid Obelia.

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Concealing and Warning Adaptations Chart (75-1908-10)

Striking examples of adaptations in coloration or form which have evolved because they have contributed to the survivability of the organism.

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Crayfish Chart (75-1885-10)

The central figure portrays an entire male specimen dissected to reveal internal as well as external anatomy. Separate views include the female abdomen with eggs and young, the heart, and the...

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Earthworm Chart (75-1884-10)

Depicting the anatomy of this common annelid through cutaway views, separate figures detail the reproductive and excretory systems. Also portrayed is a habit study.

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Fish Life History Chart (75-1094-10)

An adult mullet feeding in its marine environment is depicted along with development stages of its egg and embryo. Companion figures elucidate how gills function in underwater respiration and...

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Flatworms and Roundworms Chart (75-1883-10)

Important free-living and parasitic forms are depicted including Planaria, Sheep Liver Fluke (Fasciola hepatica) life cycle, Pork Tapeworm (Taenia solium), and the nematode Trichinella spiralis.

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Frog Anatomy Wall Chart (75-1891-10)

Three principal views detail a complete ventral dissection of a male frog, the female urogenital system, and the central nervous system from the dorsal aspect. Supplementary figures show the...

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Frog Development Chart (75-1890-10)

Fourteen key stages in the development of the frog, from fertilization through cleavage, embryo, tadpole limb development and adult.

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Grasshopper Chart (75-1886-10)

The principal figure depicts the external anatomy emphasizing the three major body regions and three pairs of jointed legs which typify all insects. Supplementary figures portray the seven...

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Honeybee Chart (75-1887-10)

A graphic depiction of all stages of development, adaptations and specializations of this social insect, including a comparison of the worker, queen and drone.

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Honeybee Life History Chart (75-1095-10)

In addtion to demonstrating the characteristic insect body plan, the large central figure of a worker bee is depicted gathering nectar from a flower and, in the process, pollinating it. A...

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Mendelian Heredity Chart (75-1905-10)

Genotype and phenotype are detailed through the F2 generation for two hybrid crosses exhibiting Mendelian inheritance. The first, a monohybrid cross of red and white four o'clock flowers, the...

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Perch Chart (75-1889-10)

The central figure illustrates a complete dissection of this typical bony fish. Additional figures show the structure of the gill arch, a horizontal section through the head, caudal vertebra and...

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Protists Chart (75-1881-10)

Representing well known free- living species - Rhizopods (Amoeba), Flagellates - both solitary and colonial (Euglena and Volvox), and Ciliates (Paramecium demonstrating binary fission and...

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Rabbit Life History Chart (75-1096-10)

Faithfully depicting the natural habitat of the rabbit, a female with three young is shown in a meadow. A second female nurses her young in her nest, while a male enters the nest. A supplementary...

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Symbiosis Chart (75-1907-10)

Eight detailed figures vividly illustrate examples of the fascinating associations which can develop between unrelated organisms.

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The Five Kingdoms of the Biosphere Chart (75-1914-10)

A colorful, easy-to-understand representation of the currently most widely accepted taxonomic scheme. A more natural system than the traditional Two Kingdom scheme, the color-coded phylogenetic...

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Two Kingdoms Classification System Chart (75-1909-10)

The traditional system of classification provides an interesting point of departure for classroom discussions when compared with the newer Five Kingdom scheme. (See Chart #75-1914-10.)

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Zoology Charts (75-1994-32)

21 Multi Colored Zoology Charts Set Includes: 75-1911 - Animal Cell and Plant Cell • 75-1881 - Protista • 75-1882 - Coelentrates (Cnidaria) • 75-1883 - Flatworms and...

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