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  • Histology, zoology and botany
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  • Minimum purchase quantity is 10 pieces of the same slide
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Individual EuroSlides for Zoology

• Minimum purchase quantity is 10 pieces of the same slide
• The individual slides always have to be ordered together with a microscope slide box 

MODELS Protozoa Coelenterata Helminthes Crustaceans Insects Amphibians Aves Cephalochordata  
SZ.1510 Amoeba proteus, w.m.  
SZ.1520 Paramecium, w.m.    
SZ.1522  Paramecium conjugation w.m.  
SZ.1524  Paramecium in fission, w.m.  
SZ.1535  Euglena virides, a flagellate with eyespot  
SZ.1540  Trachelomonas, a free swimming type euglena  
SZ.1580  Hydra with bud, w.m.  
SZ.1585  Hydra with endoderm + ectoderm, c.s.  
SZ.1586 Hydra, w.m. of tentacles  
SZ.1610  Planaria, flat worm, injected intestinal tube, w.m.  
SZ.1620 Schistosoma Japonicum, female, w.m.  
SZ.1625  Schistosoma Japonicum, fluke eggs, bilharziose  
SZ.1630  Taenia, tapeworm cattle, mature proglottid, w.m.  
SZ.1635  Ascaris megalocephala, horse roundworm, female + male, c.s.  
SZ.1636  Ascaris megalocephala, horse roundworm, mitosis eggs  
SZ.1640  Lumbricus, earthworm, c.s.  
SZ.1655 Daphnia sp., water flea, w.m.  
SZ.1810  Mya arenaria, clam gill, c.s.  
SZ.1705  Apis mellifica, honey bee, posterior leg, w.m.  
SZ.1708  Apis mellifica, honey bee, mouth parts  
SZ.1710  Apis mellifica ‑ honey bee compound eye, w.m.  
SZ.1715 Musca domestica, house fly, mouth parts  
SZ.1717 Musca domestica, house fly, leg with clinging pads  
SZ.1719  Musca domestica, house fly, wing w.m.  
SZ.1720  Culex pipiens ‑ house mosquito, larva w.m.  
SZ.1722  Culex pipiens, house modquito, female, mouth parts    
SZ.1724  Drosophila, fruit fly, giant chromosomes of salivary gland, w.m.  
SZ.1725  Periplaneta, cockroach, mouth parts of chewing type  
SZ.1730  Pieres brassicae, cabbage‑white butterfly, mouth, w.m  
SZ.1733 Pieres brassicae, cabbage‑white butterfly, part of wing  
SZ.1738 Locusta, grasshopper, mouth parts, w.m.  
SZ.1750  Periplaneta, cockroach, spiracle of insect, w.m.  
SZ.1760  Ctenocephalus canis, dog flea, w.m.  
SZ.1770 Tetranychus, red spider mite, w.m.  
SZ.1780  Insects ‑ four types of legs, honey bee, house fly, house mosquito, spider  
SZ.1877  Rana sp, frog, blood smear  
SZ.1880  Frog uncleaved egg, c.s.    
SZ.1881  Frog egg, two cells stadium, c.s.    
SZ.1883  Frog egg, advanced cleavage c.s.   
SZ.1885  Frog egg, blastula phase, c.s.   
SZ.1887  Frog egg, early gastrula phase, c.s.    
SZ.1889  Frog egg, advanced gastrula phase, c.s.   
SZ.1930  Bird, wing and down feather, section  
SZ.1940  Chicken, embryo 48 hours, sagittal section  
SZ.1860  Lancelet, Section through gonads and gills, c.s.       

Used abbreviations:

c.s. = cross section
l.s. = longitudinal section
w.m. = whole mount

Individual EuroSlides for Histology

• Minimum purchase quantity is 10 pieces of the same slide
• The individual slides always have to be ordered together with a microscope slide box 

MODELS Ephitelium and
connective
tissues
Respiratory,
blood circulation and
endocrine system
Digestive
system
Urinary and
genital system
Nervous system
and sensory
organs
 
SH.1001 Loose connective tissue, rabbit  
SH.1005 Hyaline cartilage rabbit, section  
SH.1006 Elastic cartilage, rabbit  
SH.1011 Hard bone grinding, human, section  
SH.1012 Hard bone grinding of rabbit, tooth, decalcium  
SH.1040 Smooth muscle, teased preparation, rabbit, l.s. and c.s.  
SH.1043 Cardiac muscle, dog, l.s.  
SH.1045 Skeletal muscle, dog, l.s. and c.s.  
SH.1049 Muscle types, striated, smooth, heart muscle, dog, l.s.  
SH.1060 Tendon, dog, l.s.  
SH.1070  Squamous epithelium, human, isolated cells from mouth, smear  
SH.1072 Skin section through hair follicle, human  
SH.1075  Skin section with sweat gland, human  
SH.1078 Stratified flat epithelium, dog, section  
SH.1080 Ciliated epithelium, trachea, rabbit  
SH.1110 Lung with injected blood vessels, rabbit, c.s.  
SH.1120 Trachea, rabbit, c.s.  
SH.1130 Artery and vein, rabbit, c.s.  
SH.1140 Pancreas, rabbit, section  
SH.1150 Blood smear, human, Giemsa stained  
SH.1160 Lymph node, rabbit, section  
SH.1180 Adrenal gland, rabbit, section  
SH.1210 Stomach wall, dog, section  
SH.1220 Oesophagus, dog, c.s.  
SH.1230 Small intestine, dog, c.s.  
SH.1235  Large intestine, dog, c.s.  
SH.1250 Liver, pig, section  
SH.1260  Gall bladder, dog, section  
SH.1310 Injected kidney, rabbit, section  
SH.1315 Kidney rat, sec. cortex & medulla  
SH.1330 Testis, rabbit, c.s.  
SH.1340 Ovary with developed eggs, rabbit  
SH.1360 Sperm, human, smear  
SH.1375  Human chromosomes in blood, male  
SH.1376 Human chromosomes in blood, female  
SH.1170 Thyroid gland, rabbit, section  
SH.1280  Golgi apparatus in Basal spinal ganglion, dog  
SH.1410 Nerve, rabbit, c.s. and l.s.  
SH.1415 Motor nerve cells with end plates, rabbit, w.m.  
SH.1420 Cerebellum section, dog  
SH.1450 Spinal cord, rabbit, c.s.  
SH.1470 Taste buds, rabbit, l.s.  
SH.1480  Eyeball section, rabbit, sagittal section  
SH.1490 Retina, rabbit, section  

Used abbreviations:

c.s. = cross section
l.s. = longitudinal section
w.m. = whole mount

Individual EuroSlides for Botany

• Minimum purchase quantity is 10 pieces of the same slide
• The individual slides always have to be ordered together with a microscope slide box 

MODELS Roots Stems Leaves Flowers, fruits and seeds Ferns and mosses Fungi Algae Bacteria  
SB.2006 Allium cepa, onion, scale epidermis, w.m.  
SB.2009 Allium cepa, onion, mitosis root tip, l.s.  
SB.2011 Zea mays, corn root tip with hairs, l.s.  
SB.2015 Ranunculus, buttercup, root, c.s.  
SB.2020 Helianthus, sunflower, old root, c.s.  
SB.2025 Monocot/dicot plant roots, zea mays/helantius, c.s.  
SB.2040 Solanum tuberosum, potato, starch grains  
SB.2055 Zea mays, corn, stem, c.s.  
SB.2060 Triticum aestivum, wheat, stem, c.s.  
SB.2070 Helianthus, sunflower, young stem, c.s.  
SB.2075  Tilia, lime tree, one year stem, c.s.  
SB.2076 Tilia, lime tree, 1, 2 and 3 year stems on one slide, c.s.  
SB.2080  Pinus ‑ pine tree, stem l.s.  
SB.2090 Hydrilla verticillata, hydrilla stem tip, l.s.  
SB.2091 Hydrilla stem, c.s.   
SB.2095 Monocot/dicot stem, corn/pumpkin, c.s.  
SB.2100 Pelargonium hortorum, geranium, stem, c.s.  
SB.2105 Hibiscus, young stem, c.s.  
SB.2110 Cucurbita, pumpkin, stem, l.s.  
SB.2112  Cucurbita, pumpkin, stem, c.s.  
SB.2115 Sambucus, elderberry or Morus Alba, mulberry, stem with crok cambium and lenticels, c.s.  
SB.2130 Helianthus, sunflower, leaf, c.s.  
SB.2135 Nerium oleander, leaf with sunken stomata, c.s.  
SB.2140 Triticum, wheat, leaf, c.s.  
SB.2150 Monocot/dicot leaves, zea mays/ligustrum lucidum, c.s.  
SB.2160 Lilium, lily leaf, c.s.  
SB.2205 Monocot/dicot flower, zea mays/ranunculus, c.s.  
SB.2210 Lilium, lily, anther with mature pollen, c.s.  
SB.2212 Lilium, lily, overy, c.s.  
SB.2214 Lilium, lily, pollen, different stages of meiosis  
SB.2220 Capsella, shepherds’ purse, ovary w. embryo in pre‑cotyledon stadium, l.s.  
SB.2222 Capsella, sheperd’s purse, ovary w. embryo in cotyledon statium, l.s.  
SB.2225 Zea mays, corn seed with embryo, l.s.  
SB.2230  Pinus, pine tree, male (cone) globose fruit l.s.  
SB.2232 Pinus, pine tree, female (cone) globose fruit, l.s.  
SB.2234  Pinus, pine tree, pollen, w.m.  
SB.2235 Pirus, pear, stone cells, section  
SB.2240 Triticum aestivum, wheat, kernel, l.s.  
SB.2305 Cyrtomium, holly fern, c.s. of rhizom  
SB.2310 Cyrtomium, holly fern, section  
SB.2315 Cyrtomium, holly fern, prothallium with young sporophyt, w.m.  
SB.2320  Cyrtomium, fern, leaf with sporangia  
SB.2330  Marchantia, liverworts, thallus with gemma cup, c.s.  
SB.2335 Mnium, w.m.  
SB.2337 Mnium, antheridial branch, l.s.  
SB.2339 Mnium, archegonial branch, l.s.  
SB.2355 Rhizopus nigricans,bread mold, developed sporangia  
SB.2360 Saccaromyces sp., yeast, budding, w.m.  
SB.2365 Penicillium sp., w.m.  
SB.2373 Coprinus, ink caps mushroom, section of pileus  
SB.2374 Aspergillus, brown mold, w.m.  
SB.2377 Diatoms, w.m.  
SB.2380 Spirogyra sp. in conjugation  
SB.2381 Spirogyra sp., vegetative mass, w.m.  
SB.2384 Volvox sp., w.m.  
SB.2386 Oscillatoria, blue‑green algae  
SB.2405 Dental plaque, smear  
SB.2410  Streptococus lactis, milk bacteria, smear  
SB.2415  Bacillus subtilis, hay bacteria, smear  
SB.2420 3 Types of bacteria, cocci, bacilli, spirelli  

Used abbreviations:

c.s. = cross section
l.s. = longitudinal section
w.m. = whole mount

How Are Cells Stained and Slides Prepared?

Cell staining techniques and preparation depend on the type of stain and analysis used. One or more of the following procedures may be required to prepare a sample:

• Permeabilization - treatment of cells, generally with a mild surfactant, which dissolves cell membranes in order to allow larger dye molecules to enter inside the cell.

• Fixation - serves to "fix" or preserve cell or tissue morphology through the preparation process. This process may involve several steps, but most fixation procedures involve adding a chemical fixative that creates chemical bonds between proteins to increase their rigidity. Common fixatives include formaldehyde, ethanol, methanol, and/or picric acid.

• Mounting - involves attaching samples to a glass microscope slide for observation and analysis. Cells may either be grown directly to the slide or loose cells can be applied to a slide using a sterile technique. Thin sections (slices) of material such as tissue may also be applied to a microscope slide for observation.

• Staining - application of stain to a sample to color cells, tissues, components, or metabolic processes. This process may involve immersing the sample (before or after fixation or mounting) in a dye solution and then rinsing and observing the sample under a microscope. Some dyes require the use of a mordant, which is a chemical compound that reacts with the stain to form an insoluble, colored precipitate. The mordanted stain will remain on/in the sample when excess dye solution is washed away.
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HOW TO ORDER
• Minimum purchase quantity is 10 pieces of the same slide
• The individual slides always have to be ordered together with a microscope slide box

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Used abbreviations:

c.s. = cross section
l.s. = longitudinal section
w.m. = whole mount

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