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Engage students in your curriculum by bringing interactive and highly detailed models into the classroom. Displaying subject content visually, individuals are more likely to comprehend and retain the covered material. The simple models are easy to put together and are more helpful than two-dimensional representations for learning complex structures. The models are built of durable, structurally sound materials that will endure years of handling and cleaning.


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Catalog Number: (470311-946)

Description:   Educate for acceptance.
Description:   Individual models showing fetal development.
Catalog Number: (470311-948)

Description:   How does an eye work?

Description:   This plant model shows the histological structure of a beech leaf (Fagus silvatica).
Catalog Number: (470311-814)

Description:   A dual sex torso showing skull structure.
Catalog Number: (470311-824)

Description:   An inexpensive brain model.
Catalog Number: (470311-874)

Description:   A highly detailed desk model.

Description:   Early stages of embryo development.
Catalog Number: (470311-826)

Description:   A heart model without pins!

Description:   Great for demonstration of structural movement.
Catalog Number: (470311-926)

Description:   Identify problems caused by diabetes.
Catalog Number: (470311-928)

Description:   Assess the severity of pressure ulcers.
Catalog Number: (470311-834)

Description:   Is this possibly the worlds largest ear?

Description:   Cross section of a Creeping Buttercup stem with collateral open vascular bundles. The model shows the typical stem structure of a dicotyledon enlarged...
Catalog Number: (470311-854)

Description:   This relief model shows the absorption zone of a dicotyledonous plant. The model shows the absorption zone of the root of a white mustard (Sinapis alb...
Description:   Mammalian metacarpal bones, Specimen, Complete and non-assembled forelimb of a mammal specimen without pre-drilling. Ideal for demonstrating the typical bone structure and anatomy. Small bones can be loose, Does not include building instruction, Weight: 1.2 kg
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