Pink 60mm Kids Refractor Telescope STEM Pack Bundle by Twinstar

Just for kids, our Kids Pak 60mm Telescope Deal lets you start them off in space with everything you need. First thing your child will do is point the telescope at the Moon, so we’ve included a handy laminated Lunar features card. Also, the Kids Pak comes with the Ultimate Factivity Collection Space book, and other goodies to teach your … Read More

Toy Binoculars for Kids in Carrying Case | For 3 to 6 yr | Great Birthday Gift for Boys Girls Baby Toddlers Twins for Party Pretend Play Outdoors and Travel Trips | First Children`s STEM Present

Do you want your child to play more time outdoors and spend less time in front of the TV/Computer? There are a lot of ways how to entertain your child using our binoculars. Suggest him to start a fascinating investigation outdoors! Offer him to watch birds in the yard and count how many birds of each color he saw. Or … Read More

Toy Binoculars for Kids in Carrying Case | For 3 to 6 yr | Great Birthday Gift for Boys Girls Baby Toddlers Twins for Party Pretend Play Outdoors and Travel Trips | First Children`s STEM Present

Do you want your child to play more time outdoors and spend less time in front of the TV/Computer? There are a lot of ways how to entertain your child using our binoculars. Suggest him to start a fascinating investigation outdoors! Offer him to watch birds in the yard and count how many birds of each color he saw. Or … Read More

Corn Stem c.s.

Stained Zea mays stem cross section – prepared slide from Triarch, observed through the 10x objective of an Olympus IX81 microscope.

Corn Stem l.s.

Stained Zea mays longitudinal stem section – epidermis is on the left. Prepared slide from Triarch, observed through the 10x objective of an Olympus IX81 microscope.

Creepy Corn Stem

Stained Zea mays stem cross section – prepared slide from Carolina Biologicals, observed through the 10x objective of an Olympus IX81 microscope. Is it just my imagination or do those vascular bundles look like creepy brainless skull-like faces?

Squash Stem c.s.

Stained Cucurbita maxima stem cross section, observed through the 10x objective of an Olympus IX81 microscope (prepared slide from Triarch). This slide shows epidermis with a trichome and all three types of ground tissue (collenchyma, parenchyma, sclerenchyma).