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Description:   White Female x Wild Male (parents removed)
Description:   Paramecium caudatum is a common protist that inhabits a variety of aquatic ecosystems.
Description:   Illustrate the structure, feeding habits, responses, and reproduction of a typical Anthozoan.
Catalog Number: (470176-428)

Description:   Marine; Small Motile Cells with the Transverse Furrow Located Near the Apex.
Description:   All of our most popular crosses, already done for you. We'll do all the pre-work, so you can spend more time with your students.
Description:   Typical examples of the class Hirudinea, these freshwater leeches are dorsoventrally flattened with prominent terminal suckers.
Catalog Number: (470180-362)

Description:   Also known as king mealworms, superworms are extremely popular as a feeder insect within the pet trade.
Description:   Cockroaches are widely used in labs for physiological, behavioral, structural, and developmental studies.
Description:   Daphnia are a widely studied small crustacean used for a number of physiology studies including the effects of drugs on heartbeat and temperature on m...
Description:   The nocturnal hermit crab uses “borrowed” shells to protect its relatively soft body, changing shells as it grows larger.
Description:   These industrious scavenger insects devour organic matter — the larvae will even clean a skeleton of muscle, skin and cartilage.
Description:   Use Sordaria fimicola to allow students to visualize the results of crossing over during cell division.
Description:   Teach your students about the complete metamorphosis of an insect with these mealworms.
Description:   These African clawed frogs are entirely aquatic and thrive in an ordinary freshwater aquarium. They are often used in developmental studies and geneti...
Description:   This organism is normal flora of human skin.

Description:   Produces streptomycin. Branching mycelium and coenocytic hyphae. 
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