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Live specimens are used for a wide variety of studies including studying the physiological effects of drugs on a specimen’s heartbeat and temperature on metabolism, the locomotion of microscopic organisms, and studying plant respiration, photosynthesis, plosmolysis, and more. Algal cultures form colonies of cells that are extremely easy to visualize for better understanding of cell walls and plastids, and many live specimens reproduce rapidly for quick turnover between successive tests.

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Supplier:  Ward's Science
Description:   This is the most widely studied Turbellarian, a free-living flatworm commonly used in science fair projects.
Supplier:  Ward's Science
Description:   Paramecium caudatum is a common protist that inhabits a variety of aquatic ecosystems.
Supplier:  Biological Resource Center
Description:   Daphnia are a widely studied small crustacean used for a number of physiology studies including the effects of drugs on heartbeat and temperature on m...
Supplier:  Ward's Science
Description:   Characterized by a lack of rigid cellulosic walls, instead these organisms have pellicles made of protein. They store paramylon instead of starch.
Supplier:  VWR
Description:   Hydra are tiny animals closely related to jellyfish. They are a carnivorous species that can be found in healthy freshwater rivers and streams where ...
Supplier:  Biological Resource Center
Description:   Demonstrate amoeba structure, locomotion, and feeding behavior.
Supplier:  Ward's Science
Description:   Anabaena is a genus of filamentous, un-branched Cyanobacteria consisting of bead-like cells and enlarged spores or heterocysts.
Supplier:  VWR
Description:   This organism is a common inhabitant of intestinal flora, and can be a major cause of urinary tract infection.
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