Levenhuk N80 NG Prepared Slide Set

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Have you ever wondered what leaves are made of? Why pine pollen can fly so far? How bees can carry so much pollen? What exactly makes us human; what are we? We invite you on a special journey, where we will learn amazing stories that can be perceived only through the microscope.

With the Levenhuk N80 NG "See it all" Slides Set, you are close to finding out what the world is made of. You'll learn what makes up the tendon, what fish blood looks like, and more. The enclosed colorful guide will tell you an amazing story about each of the samples.

Levenhuk N80 NG "See it all" Slides Set will open a whole new dimension for you—the world at the cellular level.

Levenhuk N80 NG "See it all" Slides Set includes the following:

  • "See it all! Exploring the World Around Us" User Guide
  • 20 blank slides
  • 20 cover slips
  • 80 prepared microscope slides
Creatures

Vertebrates
Feather
Cat fur
Dog hair
Fish scales
Frog blood
Fish blood

Insects
Ant
Butterfly wing
Fly head
Bee limb
Bee mandible
Bee wing
Mosquito leg
Fly wing

Microorganisms

Daphnia
Earthworm
Hydra
Paramecium caudatum
Planaria

Humans

Integumentary system
Skin
Human hair
Oral scraping
Dental plaque

Circulatory system
Human blood
Human heart tissue

Locomotor system
Smooth muscle tissue
Tendon
Connective tissue

Nervous system
Brain
Spinal cord
Taste buds
Efferent nerve

Internal organs
Gastric folds
Lung
Pancreas
Spleen
Human spermatozoa
Animal cell (zooblast)

Plant

Leaves
Spirogyra
Camellia leaf
Cotton leaf
Pine needle
Tobacco leaf
Oleander leaf

Stems
Carrot stem
Cornstalk
Cotton stalk
Dicotyledon stem
Pine stem
Pumpkin stem
Sunflower stalk
Linden flower stem

Roots
Lotus root
Onion root tip

Blossom and fruit
Fern prothallus
Lilly anthler
Wild olive leaf hair
Corn

Protective coverings
Corkwood
Onion epithelium

Mushroom
Lichen
Fungus spores
Penicillium
Mold
Yeast

The World Around Us

Alum
Copper sulphate
Epsom salt
Salt crystals
Cotton fibers
Nylon fibers
Silk fibers
Wool fibers
Paper
Starch grains
Pepper
Natural yoghurt
Sugar
Toothpaste
White chalk