Did you ever wonder what the food you eat actually looks like up close and personal? What does that corn look like under a microscope anyways? Well, look no further! This set of slides features five different samples of parts of foods that you actually eat.—The set includes 1 slide specimen each of an onion root, a corn stem, a tomato leaf, a carrot root, and a rice leaf. It also comes with a guide of interesting facts about each of the specimens. This is a great science resource for any classroom, and is a wonderful way to bring some yummy variety to the regular boring science microscope lesson on plant cells. An awesome home-schooling resource, this set can be used with any compound microscope you have at home or at school. A great scientific educational gift for the aspiring young scientist in your family!
Warning: Contains glass. Adult supervision recommended. Ages 9 and up.
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