Model Dicot Stem Anatomy, Transverse and Longitudinal Section

SKU BM0010
  • Detailed Dicot Stem Greatly magnified for study

Model shows the transverse and longitudinal section of a dicotyledonous stem in which case the cambium ring has been formed but no secondary growth has yet taken place. Very useful model for study of epidermis, cork layer, cork cambium, cortical parenchyma, starch sheath medullary rays, phloem, sieve plate, sieve tube, phloem parenchyma and inter fasicular cambium, xylem, pitted vessels pith etc. Mounted on a 20” x 6” base, model is 11” tall. Includes numbered key card.
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