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    • Leaves and seeds of common trees

    • Trees--East (U.S.)--Identification ; Seeds ; Leaves ; Biological specimens
    • Consists of pressed leaves and seeds of a diverse group of native trees commonly found in the Eastern United States that have been preserved and protected for visual presentation.; American beech (Fagus grandifola) -- American elm (Ulmus americana)...
    • Seed dispersal

    • Seeds--Dispersal ; Biological specimens
    • Illustrates various adaptations for seed dispersal. Included are several examples of wind, animal, and mechanical dispersal.
    • Corn germination

    • Germination ; Plant embryology ; Corn ; Corn--Development ; Seeds--Development ; Biological specimens
    • Monocot germination showing seed and three development stages.
    • Chick development

    • Birds--Embryology ; Chicks ; Chickens--Embryos ; Biological specimens
    • Contains five developmental stages of chick embryos, ranging from the fourth to the twelfth days of incubation.
    • Pea germination

    • Germination ; Plant embryology ; Peas ; Peas--Seed ; Biological specimens
    • Includes seed showing embryo, seedling with cotyledons and primary root, seedling with cotyledons and secondary roots, and seedling with hypocotyl, leaf and tendril.
    • Fruit types

    • Fruit ; Biological specimens
    • Includes examples of five fruit types: multiple, legume, capsule, nut and samara.
    • Frog metamorphosis

    • Tadpoles ; Frogs ; Amphibians--Metamorphosis ; Amphibians--Embryology ; Biological specimens
    • Shows legless tadpoles, a tadpole with 2 legs, a tadpole with 4 legs and tail, and a small frog with no tail in one block.
    • Arachnid types

    • Arachnida ; Spiders ; Scorpions ; Ticks ; Limulus ; Biological specimens
    • Illustrates diversity in the Arachnoidea. The five specimens represent major orders in the class. Limulus (Order Xiphosura), scorpion (Scorpionida), spider (Araneae), tick (Acarina), and a pseudoscorpion (Pseudoscorpionida) are included.
    • Apis (honey bee) : life history

    • Honeybee ; Apis (Insects) ; Bees ; Biological specimens
    • Comprehensive life history of this important beneficial insect. Includes egg, two larval stages, pupa, adult worker, drone, and queen.
    • Plant reproduction collection

    • Seeds ; Roots (Botany) ; Plant physiology ; Bulbs ; Plants--Reproduction ;Biological specimens
    • Shows examples of seed, storage root, bulb, runner, stem cutting, and underground stem.
    • Poison ivy

    • Poison ivy ; Poisonous plants ; Biological specimens
    • Illustrates typical leaf arrangement and berries, with portion of aerial roots.
    • Insect pests and vectors

    • Arthropod vectors ; Bedbugs ; Mosquitoes ; Lice ; Fleas ; Biological specimens
    • Shows mature specimens of one each of the following: climex lectrilarius (bed bug), anopheles (malaria mosquito), pediculus humanus (human louse), and xenopsylla cheopis (plague flea).
    • Poison oak

    • Poison oak ; Poisonous plants ; Biological specimens
    • Illustrates typical tripartite leaf with portion of stem and berries.

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