L.H of Angiosperms Model - Three Dimensional, Longitudinal Dissection - Hand Painted Details, Magnified - Mounted on Base, 24" x 18" x 2" - Eisco Labs
- Detailed and vibrantly colored, hand painted 3D rendering that effectively shows the life cycle of angiosperms
- This greatly magnified model represents the structures involved in the life cycle of a flowering plant, which allows students to visualize and better understand the process
- Mounted on sturdy base for display. The base measures 24" long, 12.5" wide and is 2" in height
- Life cycle steps and cells are clearly labeled
- Perfect for biology classrooms
This model is a detailed and vibrantly colored, hand painted 3D rendering that effectively shows the life cycle of angiosperms. This model represents the structures involved in the life cycle of a flowering plant, which allows students to visualize and better understand the process. Life cycle steps and cells are clearly labeled on model mount. This model provides a visually and kinesthetically effective method for studying the structure and function of the cycle of life of angiosperms. The model is mounted on a sturdy base for display.
The base measures 24" long, 18" wide and is 2" in heightProcess & structures identified: flower, microsporophyll (stamen), megasporophyll (carpel), microsporangia, ovary, megaspore (mother cell), microspores, pollen tube, ovule, fertilisation, oospore, embryo, seed, seedling, sporophyte.
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