Delve into the world of microbes and viruses.
- 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
- Durable, Inexpensive Teaching Resource
How small is a virus? Do viruses look like our cells or even like other viruses? Compare and contrast disease-causing and helpful viruses.
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.
Lambda phage on E. coli (em, 45,000X)
Disrupted phage (em, 280,000X)
Influenza virus (em, 170,000X) and Polio virus (em, 290,000X)
Measles virus attack (fs, 400)
Newcastle disease (em, 20,000X) and Vaccinia virus (em, 120,000X)
Viruses emerging from cell (em, 90,000X)
Papilloma virus (em, 7,000X) and Rauscher leukemia virus (em, 90,000X)
Box of 15 Sets also Includes:
Background subject information
Reproducible student worksheets with answer keys