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The human body, normal tissues (part 1) code 4910
1. Human blood smear.
2. Human mouth, epithelial cells.
3. Human striate muscle l.s.
4. Human cerebrum t.s.
5. Human tonsil with lymph nodules, t.s.
6. Human lung t.s.
7. Human skin l.s.
8. Human stomach t.s.
9. Human red bone marrow.
10. Human testis t.s.

The human body, normal tissues (part 2) code 4911
1. Human skin, section t.s. of hairs.
2. Human salivary gland t.s.
3. Huamn cerebellum t.s.
4. Bacteria from human intestine.
5. Human spermatozoa, smear.
6. Human heart muscle, t.s. and l.s.
7. Human bone t.s.
8. Human liver tissue t.s.
9. Human intestinal wall t.s.
10. Human kidney, t.s. of a cortical zone.

The human body, pathological tissues (part 1) code 4914
1. Tubercolosis of the lung t.s.
2. Cirrhosis of liver t.s.
3. Leukemia of spleen t.s.
4. Sleeping diease, blood smear.
5. Inflammation of the lung.
6. Malaria, melanemia of spleen t.s.
7. Scar tissue of skin t.s.
8. Eberthella typhi (typhoid fever).
9. Chronic nephritis t.s.
10. Pus bacteria smear zith cocci.

The human body, pathological tissues (part 2) code 4915
1. Miliary tuberculosis of liver.
2. Anthracosis of lung.
3. Malaria parasites in blood.
4. Infarct of lung t.s.
5. Cancer of testis t.s.
6. Amyloid degenartion of liver.
7. Influenzal pneumonia.
8. Struma of thyroid gland.
9. Chronic inflammation of colon.
10. Metastatic carcinoma of liver.

Animal embriology and development code 4863
1. Vinegar eels (Anguillula)
2. roundworm Ascaris, t.s. of female.
3. Mosquito (Culex) larva of insect.
4. Honey bee (Apis) pupa of insect t.s.
5. Sea-urchin fertilised eggs.
6. Tadpole of frog region of head t.s.
7. Tadpole of frog, region of thorax t.s.
8. Tadpole of frog, region abdomen t.s.
9. Mouse embryo t.s. of head.
10. Mouse embryo, t.s. of body.

Animal reproduction code 4862
1. Tapeworm of sheep proglottid t.s.
2. Honey bee ovaries of queen t.s.
3. Fish, testis with spermatozoa t.s.
4. Sperm smear of bull.
5. Testis of bull spermatogenesis t.s.
6. Ovary of rabbit ovogenesis t.s.
7. Fallopian tube of guinea pig t.s.
8. Uterus of pig, resting stage t.s.
9. Uterus of rat with embryo t.s.
10. Placenta of cat or pig t.s.

Cell development and reproduction code 4887
1. Mitotic stages in red bone marrow.
2. Mitotic stages in testis of mouse t.s.
3. Sea-urchin cleavage stage.
4. Growing egg in ovary of bird t.s.
5. Plant mitosis, l.s. of onion root tips.
6. Plant stages in red bone marrow.
7. Growing tissue in stem apex l.s.
8. Growing leaf tissue in shoot apex t.s.
9. Plant meiosis t.s. young Lilium anthers.
10. Mature pollen grains of Lilium w.m.

Animal and human parasites code 4918
1. Tapeworm (Taenia) t.s. proglottids
2. Tapeworm (Taenia) eggs w.m.
3. Trichinella t.s. muscle with larvae.
4. Trypanosoma in blood smear.
5. Plasmodium, causes malaria, blood s.m.
6. Liver of rabbit, with coccidiosis t.s.
7. Big liver fluke (Fascicola) t.s.
8. Schistosoma t.s. of male and female.
9. Hydatide cyst of Echinococcus t.s.
10. Roundworm of man and pig Ascaris t.s.

The wonderful structure of a vegetable cell code 4886
1. Cells with crystals from cactus t.s.
2. Edelberry, Sambucus stem t.s.
3. Mullein, Verbascum brached leaf hairs.
4. Glandular cells in rosemary leaf t.s.
5. Sunflower leaf with hairs t.s.
6. Water lily Nymphaea stem, stellate hairs.
7. Dead nettle Lamium stem t.s.
8. Potato, Solanum tuber t.s.
9. Pollen grains, mixed species.
10. Isolated vessels from plant stem.

Plant reproduction and propagation code 4881
1. Bacteria rod-shaped bacilli in fission.
2. Seaweed, Focus thallus t.s.
3. Cornsmut Ustilago spore w.m.
4. Pine (Pinus), male cone with pollen t.s.
5. Pine pollen grains with air bag w.m.
6. Chive, flower with anthers, ovaries t.s.
7. Lily anthers development of pollen t.s.
8. Tulip (Tulipa) t.s. ovary with ovules.
9. Iris t.s. of seed of embryo.
10. Tomato (Solanum) young fruit t.s.

Tropical plants code 4880
1. Epiphytic fern (Platycerium) t.s.
2. Date palm (Phoenix) t.s. through leaflet.
3. Coconut (Coccus) fibre cells w.m.
4. Cactus, stem zith reduced leaves t.s.
5. Epiphytic orchid t.s. of aerial root.
6. Lousiana moss, absorbent hairs w.m. (Tillandsia)
7. Indian rubber tree leaf zith crystals t.s.
8. Coelus t.s. of a square stem.
9. Begonia, shadow plant.
10. Pineapple (Ananas) tropical fruit t.s.

Bacteria, simple organisms code 4877
1. Hay bacilli (Bacillus subtilis)
2. Milk souring bacteria (Streptococcus lactis).
3. Putrefaction bacteria (Proteus vulgaris).
4. Intestinal bacteria (Escherichia coli).
5. Paratyphoid bacteria (Salmonella paratyphi).
6. Bacillary dysentery (Shigella dysenteriae).
7. Pus bacteria (Staphylococcus pyogenes).
8. Bacteria from human mouth.
9. Bacteria from cheese.
10. Bacteria from leaven.

Fishes, frogs and other amphibians code 4855
1. Dogfish (scyllum) vertebral column t.s.
2. Fresh water fish, region of gills t.s.
3. Fresh water, region of tails t.s.
4. Fish scales, various types w.m.
5. Tadpole frog, larva t.s. through body.
6. Frog (Rana) blood smear.
7. Frog (Rana) tongue t.s.
8. Frog (Rana) intestine t.s.
9. Frog (Rana) lung t.s.
10. Salamander skin, t.s. with poison glands.

Lizard, snakes and bird code 4856
1. Lizard (Lacerta) lung t.s.
2. Lizard (Lacerta) .
3. Adder (Elaphe) muscles of snake t.s.
4. Duck (Anas) gizzard t.s.
5. Goose (Anser) plume feather w.m.
6. Duck (Anas) gizzard t.s.
7. Turkey (Meleagris) wing feather w.m.
8. Chicken (Gallus) cockscomb t.s.
9. Chicken (Gallus) ovary t.s.
10. Chicken (Gallus) blood smear.

The wonderful world of a drop of water code 4900
1.Diatoms, many different forms.
2. Euglena, green flagellate.
3. Paramecium, ciliates from hay-infusion.
4. Daphnia, water flea.
5. Cyclops, a copepod w.m.
6. Desmids, mixed (Desmidiaceae)
7. Mixed plankton from fresh water.
8. Hydra t.s. of the body.
9. Planaria t.s. of body of a flatworm.
10. Bacteria from putrid water.

Life in the ground code 4950
1. Soil bacteria.
2. Hyphae of root fungi t.s.
3. Fruiting body of mushroom (Psalliota).
4. Horsetail Equisetum
5. Moss leaf, surface view w.m.
6. Needle of pine (Pinus) t.s.
7. Venation of a deciduous leaf.
8. Decomposing leaf, formation of humus.
9. Mite from forest soil w.m.
10. Earthworm (Lumbricus) t.s. midbody.

Inhabitants of polluted water code 4951
1. Spirillum bacteria of highly polluted water.
2. Sphaerotilus, bacteria from putrid water.
3. Wasserbluthe (Microcystis).
4. Clamydomonas, green alga.
5. Spirogyra, filamentous green alga.
6. Cladophora, branching green alga.
7. Rotifers (Rotatoria) from clear water.
8. Carchesium, bellshaped staked ciliate.
9. Diatoms mixed algae.
10. Water hyacinth, eichornia, rhizome t.s.

Animals and plants demaged by the environment code 4952
1. Plant parts infested with plant lice t.s.
2. Damaged leaves t.s. destroyed epidermis.
3. Damaged needles of conifers t.s.
4. Plant stem, damaged by the game t.s.
5. Wood destroyed by fungus.
6. Skin of fish t.s. injured by chemicals.
7. Skin ulcer of an amphib t.s.
8. Human lung with coal dust t.s.
9. goiter caused by deficiency of iodine.
10. Gall nut caused by lice t.s.

Foodstuffs and their adulterations code 4935
1. Potato starch.
2. Weath flour adulterated with chalk.
3. Hrye flour adulterated with heavy spar.
4. Corn flour spoiled with corn smut spores.
5. Wheat bran.
6. Cocoa powder.
7. Cocoa, adulterated with grog.
8. Rye flour spoiled with parts of moth.
9. Sour milk with chains of bacteria.
10. Root of carrot t.s. with carotin.

Set for science teaching code 4960
1. Leg of house fly, Musca domestica.
2. Bird feather w.m.
3. Wing scales of butterfly.
4. Human blood smear.
5. Intestine of rabbit t.s.
6. Lung of cat t.s.
7. Mixed zoological and botanical plankton.
8. Pollen grains of different plants.
9. Foliate leaf with netted venation.
10. Large cells, marrow of edelberry.

Set for biology teaching (part 1) code 4963
1. Filamentous green alga of freshwater.
2.Mould from bread with mycelium and spoor.
3. Sunflower root t.s.
4. Privet t.s. of leaf (Ligustrum).
5. Tulip t.s. of ovary arrangement ovules.
6. Paramecium ciliates.
7. Earthworm t.s. through midbody.
8. House fly, wing w.m.
9. Frog, blood smear.
10. Chick, skin of a bird l.s. with feathers.

Set for biology teaching (part 2) code 4964
1. Bacteria from sour milk smear.
2. Moss, leaves t.s. with cloroplasts.
3. Yew, young stems t.s.
4. Hyacinth seed t.s.
5. Euglena, green flagellate.
6. Ascaris t.s. through midbody.
7. Honey bee (Apis) antenna w.m.
8. Carp (Cyprinus) t.s. through gills.
9. Liver of rabbit t.s.
10. Skin of cat l.s. showing cutis.

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