Complete Biology Chart Set Includes:
Animal Cell and Plant
Cell. Reflects latest electron micrographic and cytological findings with a
colorful side-by-side comparison of a typical animal cell against its botanical
counterpart. Shows 47 organelles and other significant features.
Animal Meiosis. Illustrates
the reduction division in 15 stages, resulting in haploid germ cells. Only three
homologous chromosomes are depicted for simplicity. Tetrad formation, crossing
over and the resulting genetic recombination are clarified through color-coding.
Animal Mitosis. Presents
nine stages in nuclear and cell division in a typical animal. For the sake of
clarity, only four pairs of chromosomes are represented.
Bird Studies. The
central figure identifies the topographical features of a typical bird. Eleven
supplementary figures depict beak adaptations and six additional figures
illustrate adaptations of bird feet.
Carbon, Oxygen, and
Nitrogen Cycles. Illustrates the complex intertwining and interdependence of
green plants, animals, bacteria, and the environment, which is maintained in
Clam. 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 to a fish.
Coelentrates (Cnidaria). Hydra
is featured, including a magnified section showing undischarged and discharged
nematocysts. Other forms include the Sea Anemone (Metridium) and the colonial
Concealing and Warning
Adaptations. Striking examples of adaptations in coloration or form, which
have evolved because they have contributed to the survivability of the organism.
Crayfish. 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 modified appendages, which comprise the mouthparts.
the anatomy of the common annelid through cutaway views. Separate figures detail
the reproductive and excretory systems, as well as a habit study.
Fern Life Cycle. A
sporophyte plant, complete with fronds, fiddleheads, rhizome, and roots is
featured. Companion figures detail sori, sporangia, germinating spore,
prothallium (gametophyte), antheridium with sperm, archegonium with egg, and
developing young sporophyte.
Flatworms and Roundworms.
Depicts free-living and parasitic forms, including Planaria, Sheep Liver
Fluke (Fasciola hepatica) life cycle, Pork Tapeworm (Taenia solium), and the
nematode Trichinella spiralis.
Flowers. All flower
components are identified in a large central illustration with a typical flower
showing the reproductive function. Surrounding figures depict the variety of
flower form and function among angiosperm species; also includes pollination by
wasps, bees, flies, and butterflies.
Frog Anatomy. Presents
views of a complete ventral dissection of a male frog, the female urogenital
system, and the central nervous system from the dorsal aspect. Separate figures
show the ventral aspect of the brain and cranial nerves, oral cavity, and a
Frog Development. Shows
14 key stages in the development of the frog, from fertilization through
cleavage, embryo, tadpole limb development, and adult.
principal figure depicts the external anatomy emphasizing the three major body
regions and three pairs of jointed legs that typify all insects. Supplementary
figures portray the seven mouthparts, internal anatomy, and the respiratory
network of trachea, air sacs, and spiracles.
Green and Brown Algae. Scalariform
conjugation stages, meiotic divisions, and zygote germination in Spirogyra are
shown. Reproduction via motile zoospores as well as fusion of sexual gametes is
depicted for Ulothrix. Fucus, a brown alga is shown, detailing its male and
the life history of the Scotch Pine, illustrated in seven figures. Supplementary
illustrations depict twigs and cones of eight other gymnosperm species.
Hairy Cap Moss (Polytrichum)
Life Cycle. Featuring complete depictions of the male gametophyte with
antheridia and female with archegonia, the female also bears a sporophyte plant
at its apex, thus illustrating the alternation of generations.
Honeybee. A graphic
depiction of all stages of development, adaptations, and specializations of this
social insect. Includes a comparison of the worker, queen, and drone.
magnifies sections through a typical leaf, illustrating its cellular layers and
air spaces. Also shows an array of leaf types, including carnivorous forms.
Liverwort Life Cycle. The
dichotomously branched thalli of both a male plant with antheridia, and female
plant with archegonia are depicted. Magnified figures of antheridia, sperm,
gemmae, archegonium, young, and mature sporophytes are detailed.
Mendelian Heredity. 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 second a dihybrid cross in guinea pigs involving coat
color and coat texture.
Monocot and Dicot Seed
Germination. Ten figures compare and contrast the similarities and
differences in seed structure and germination stages in a typical monocot (corn)
and dicot (bean).
Microorganisms. A valuable asset in all studies of microbiology and disease.
This colorful chart depicts 16 important pathogens as they appear during
microscopic examination, using standard staining techniques.
Perch. 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 the four fish scale types.
Plant Meiosis. Depicts
meiosis and mitosis in 18 maturation development stages of the pollen mother
cells of Lilium. Color coding helps identify chromosome orientation.
Plant Mitosis. Presents
10 distinct stages in cell division from interphase through daughter cells, as
it would be observed microscopically in a rapidly growing onion root tip.
free-living species: Rhizopods (Amoeba), Flagellates (Euglena and Volvox)-both
solitary and colonial, and Ciliates (Paramecium), binary fission and
two root sections detailing the regions of the root tip and root hairs. Other
figures depict specializations that adapt roots to various habitats.
microscopic views of dicot and monocot stems. The other eight figures show stem
adaptations such as tubers, runners, thorns, rhizomes, tendrils, and bulbs.
detailed figures vividly illustrate examples of the fascinating associations
that can develop between unrelated organisms.
The Five Kingdoms of the
Biosphere. A colorful, easy-to-understand representation of the most widely
accepted taxonomic scheme. A more natural system than the traditional Two
Kingdom scheme. The color-coded phylogenetic tree depicts the prokaryotic Monera
giving rise to the Eukaryotic Protista, which in turn radiates into the Plant,
Fungi, and Animal Kingdoms.
Classification System. The traditional system of classification provides an
interesting point of departure for classroom discussions when compared with the
newer Five Kingdom scheme.
Wheat Rust Life Cycle. Following
a clockwise sequence, all developmental stages of this important parasitic
fungus of crops are depicted.
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