Illustrates different organism's methods to protect and hide themselves
- Arrows help students locate important features
- Mounted in a clear plastic holder that protects it on both sides
- Set of 15 includes detailed lesson plan on the topic under study
This set shows students some of the different "strategies" organisms use to conceal or defend themselves from predators.
Introduce junior and senior high school students to the world of microscopy with inexpensive, unbreakable microslides. Microslides consist of a strip of film with eight photomicrographs, each reproduced exactly as you would see them through a professional microscope under ideal conditions. You can supply all your students with their own microslides. A detailed text folder is included. Viewers are available separately.
Bark: moth against tree bark (1X)
Flower: red mites and green plant lice (1X)
Protection: caterpillar egg mass (1X)
More protection: pupa in protective case (1X)
Dangerous insects: Syrophid fly and wasp (1X)
Cockroach: moth resembling cockroach (1X)
Heads or tails: false markings on butterfly and moth (1X)
Surprise: more false markings on moth (1X)