Our microscope slides are made under rigorous scientific control. They are the product of long experience combined with the most up to date techniques. The prerequisite for excellent preparations is good material, well preserved and fixed so that the finer structures are retained in as life-like a way as possible. Microtome sections are cut from this material by highly skilled and experienced staff. They are of a thickness which will finally result in slides from which the maximum resolution of the structural components can be obtained. Particular attention is paid to the staining technique and in each case the selected method for a particular specimen will ensure the best possible differentiation combined with clear definition and permanency of staining. The prepared microscope slides are delivered on best glasses with fine ground edges of the size 26 x 76 mm (1 x 3") and are mailed in solid boxes. All slides can be purchased either in complete sets and series or individually. For individual orders please use the products number W....and add /1 etc. We reserve the right to make minor alterations to the sets and compilations. The delivery time is between 6 - 8 weeks.
The following Series are available:
Series for Secondary Schools Histology and Human Science - Comprehensive Set Histology and Human Science - Detail Sets Zoology - Detail Sets Parasites and Pathogenic Bacteria Botany - Comprehensive Sets Bontay -Details Sets Cytology - Embryology - Genetics Ecology and Environment
10 Microscope Slides:
1(e). Sycon, a small marine sponge of the sycon type, l.s. and t.s. on one slide
2(d). Spongilla, fresh-water sponge, t.s.
3(d). Euspongia, commercial sponge, t.s.
4(c). Sponge spicules of different kinds, mixed ...
25 Microscope Slides
The microscope slide collection includes the most important pathogenic and non-pathogenic bacteria:
1(d). Staphylococcus aureus, pus organism 2(d). Sarcina lutea, chromogenic rods 3(e). Streptococcus pyogenes, pus ...
15 Microscope Slides:
1(e). Ephedra, male cone l.s.
2(f). Ephedra, female cone at pollination time l.s.
3(c). Ginkgo, young sprout, t.s.
4(c). Ginkgo, leaf t.s.
5(c). Pinus, pine, young root
6(c). Pinus, pine, first year stem
12 Microscope Slides:
1(c). Squamous epithelium, isolated cells from human mouth
2(d). Striated muscle l.s. showing nuclei, striations
3(d). Compact bone and hyaline cartilage t.s., two sections for comparison
4(e). Nerve fibres isolated ...
10 Microscope Slides:
1(g). 4-6 mm, t.s.
2(g). 7-9 mm, sagittal l.s.
3(f). 11-12 mm, t.s. through head
4(f). 11-12 mm, t.s. through abdomen
5(f). 15 mm, t.s. through head
6(f). 15 mm, t.s. through thorax
7(f). 15 mm, t.s. through ...
25 Microscope Slides.
All our histology slides series are standardly coloured with AZAN: a multi-coloured staining with nuclear red for cell nuclei, connective tissue blue, erythrocytes orange and keratinized tissue red. The microscope slides ...
50 Microscope Slides.
1(e). Parenchymatous and fatty degeneration of liver 2(e). Hemosiderosis of liver 3(e). Glycogenosis of liver 4(e). Pigmentary cirrhosis of liver 5(e). Necrotic esophagitis 6(e). Foreign body granuloma with hemosiderin ...
25 Microscope Slides.
1(d). Streptococcus lactis, milk souring bacteria 2(d). Bacillus subtilis, hay bacillus, with spores 3(c). Nostoc, blue green alga with heterocysts 4(e). Volvox, with daughter colonies 5(d). Zygnema, vegetative and ...
50 Microscope Slides
1(d). Stem apex and meristematic tissue, Asparagus l.s. 2(c). Aleurone grains, t.s. of Ricinus endosperm 3(d). Fat in sec. through endosperm of Corylus 4(c). Lysigenous oil glands, t.s. rind of Citrus fruit 5(d). Inulin ...
17 Microscope Slides
1(d). Acidophile soil bacteria, solution of heavy metals
2(d). Nitrite bacteria, forming harmful nitrogenous substances
3(d). Root of beech with ectotrophic mycorrhiza, t.s.
4(d). Root of birch with partly endotrophic ...
15 Microscope Slides
1(c). Pollen grains of different kinds of grass
2(c). Pollen grains of different deciduous trees
3(c). Pollen grains of different conifers
4(b). Mixed house dust
5(c). Dust mite from a living room
6(b). Spores ...
Histology of Man and Mammals: 1(c) Ciliated epithelium, in t.s. of fallopian tube of pig 2(d) Tendon of cow, l.s. showing white fibrous tissue, stained for fibres and cells 3(f) Heart muscle, human, t.s. and l.s., branched fibres ...
Comprising: 8 Microscope Slides in Plastic Box, 4 OHPColor Transparencies, 8 Sketch- and Worksheets,Brochure with explanatory text, Special cardboard box1. Amoeba proteus, showing nucleus and pseudopodia- 2. Paramaecium, a ciliate found in ...
Comprising: 6 Microscope Slides in Plastic Box, 3 OHP
Color Transparencies, 6 Sketch- and Worksheets, Brochure
with explanatory text, Special cardboard box
1. Allium, root tips, l.s. showing lateral view of all
stages of mitosis, iron ...
Comprising: 8 Microscope Slides in Plastic Box,Brochure with explanatory text, Cardboard box1. Amoeba proteus, showing nucleus and pseudopodia- 2. Paramaecium, a ciliate found in hayinfusions - 3. Euglena, a common green flagellate -4. Ceratium ...
Comprising: 6 Microscope Slides in Plastic Box,Brochure with explanatory text, Cardboard box1. Bacteria from mouth, smear with Gram positiveand negative rods - 2. Typical bacteria: three smearson one slide, cocci, bacteria and spirilli are ...
Comprising: 12 Microscope Slides in Plastic Box,Brochure with explanatory text, Cardboard box1. Oscillatoria, blue green alga - 2. Spirogyra sp.,vegetative filaments w.m. - 3. Mucor, black mold,mycelium and sporangia - 4. Peziza, apothecium ...