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Description:   A collection of some of the strains of Escherichia coli needed to grow various coliphages (available separately).
Description:   This organism is a common inhabitant of intestinal flora, and can be a major cause of urinary tract infection.
Description:   Collections of Specimens Used Most Often in Biology Classes
Description:   A collection of some of the more popular forms of coliphage. The successful culture of coliphage requires growing in the appropriate host bacterium (a...
Catalog Number: (470180-216)

Description:   Our Most Comprehensive Selection of Algae and Protozoans
Description:   The presence of A. viscolactis in milk is a common cause for sliminess or "ropiness".
Catalog Number: (470176-404)

Description:   Mixed genera. Also known as scuds, amphipods are freshwater crustaceans.
Description:   Anabaena is a genus of filamentous, un-branched Cyanobacteria consisting of bead-like cells and enlarged spores or heterocysts.
Description:   This organism is occasionally isolated from soil, but most frequently from smegma- a secretion from male and female genitalia.
Description:   Isolated from milk and cheese products. Can be used to ferment milk. 
Description:   Bullfrog tadpoles are great for demonstrating metamorphosis in the classroom.

Description:   Normal flora of the mouth and throat. Lancefield group K, gamma hemolysis. 
Description:   This is the most widely studied Turbellarian, a free-living flatworm commonly used in science fair projects.

Description:   Eschericia coli culture that produces GFP, visible in the presence of UV light.
Description:   This organism is commonly isolated from human nasopharyngeal mucosa
Description:   Demonstrate amoeba structure, locomotion, and feeding behavior.
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