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Description:   Drosophila melanogaster, the common fruit fly, is widely used in genetic studies because they express a number of mutations such as eye, wing, ...
Description:   This organism can be isolated from soil, wounds, and intestinal tracts of humans. It digests protein and is known for its strong, distinctive odor.
Description:   The presence of A. viscolactis in milk is a common cause for sliminess or "ropiness".
Catalog Number: (470179-156)

Description:   All microbial cultures undergo an extensive quality control program prior to releasing for sale, so they are guaranteed for purity as well as for spec...
Description:   One culture containing brown, black and white planaria is useful for comparative study.
Catalog Number: (470176-504)

Description:   Contains Collections of Specimens Used Most Often in Biology Classes
Catalog Number: (470176-232)

Description:   Betta splendens, Male
Description:   Certain strains of bacteria have their own pigments, creating a rainbow of different natural colors. This set includes bacterial cultures with a varie...
Catalog Number: (470145-702)

Description:   Features a Unique Design for Capturing Insects Without Harm to Either the Insect or the Collector
Description:   Produce a Variety of Organisms Simply by Adding Water
Description:   This organism is commonly found in soil and water, and is also associated with spoiled food. It produces a diffusible fluorescent pigment.
Description:   Your frog is shipped in a plastic container with damp sphagnum moss as cushioning. It should be placed in a prepared habitat shortly after arrival.
Catalog Number: (470179-712)

Description:   Mucor heimalis (+) Demo Plate

Description:   isolated from human intestine. Lactose positive and sucrose positive after a few days’ growth. Causes a mild form of dysentery.

Description:   Ward's Science is not endorsed by or affliated with FOSS curriculum in any way.
Catalog Number: (470179-756)

Description:   Marine. Unicellular; small, centric cells. Marine medium.Characterized by shells (tests) made of silica, in two parts.
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