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didacta 2018, 20. - 24. February

Plant Cell

Plant Cell

SOMSO Modelle

Exhibitor details
Logo Plant Cell

Exhibition stand

Hall 12, Stand F110
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Product description

Enlarged approximately 6000 times, made in special transparent plastic. After Prof. Dr. W. Weber. The model provides a slightly schematic picture of a mature cell from the assimilation tissue of a plant. It combines both light and electron microscope aspects and shows the cell components mostly with their electron fine structure. Apart from the layering of the cell wall it shows the configuration of the cytoplasm and the essential cell organelles, such as the nucleus, chloroplasts, mitochondria, endoplasmatic reticulum, dictyosomes and ribosomes. The transparent material gives an insight into the structures behind the section thus eliminating the need for dismantling the model. The stand represents the neighbouring cells. On a green base with description. In one piece.

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