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Description:   Paramecium bursaria is a ciliate that contains mutualistic algae called Zoochlorella. The algae lives in the cytoplasma of the Paramecium and provides...
Description:   One culture containing brown, black and white planaria is useful for comparative study.

Description:   Ward's Science is not endorsed by or affliated with FOSS curriculum in any way.
Description:   This organism is commonly isolated in soil and produces antibiotics such as bacitracin, subtilisin, and mycobacillin.

Description:   Used for culturing Dictyostelium discoideum (cellular slime mold). 

Description:   Ward's Science is not endorsed by or affliated with FOSS curriculum in any way.
Description:   For Culture of Freshwater Algae. Comes in ready-to-use and concentrated formulations
Description:   Rhizopus stolonifer (nigricans) (+) Demo Plate
Description:   Freshwater. Unicellular. Soil-water medium. Characterized by two flagella (one inside a groove at right angles to the other); most also have tests mad...
Description:   Useful in regeneration studies, these freshwater Oligochaetes are easy to handle and to culture.
Description:   Paramecium caudatum is a common protist that inhabits a variety of aquatic ecosystems.
Description:   Drosophila melanogaster, the common fruit fly, is widely used in genetic studies. They express a number of mutations such as eye, wing, and bod...
Catalog Number: (470179-746)

Description:   Axenic Chlorella pyrenoidosa
Description:   A collection of some of the strains of Escherichia coli needed to grow various coliphages (available separately).
Description:   Members of the Pelomyxa genus look very much like Amoeba. Pelomyxa, however, have many nuclei, whereas Amoeba have only one.
Description:   Grass frogs are low maintenance and seasonally available, typically from September to July.
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