15 Microscope Slides:
1(d). Allium cepa, onion, root tips, l.s. showing all stages of mitosis
2(c). Zea mays, corn, t.s. of typical monocot root
3(c). Iris, t.s. of typical monocot root
4(c). Ranunculus, buttercup, t.s. of a typical dicot root
5(c). Sarothamnus, broom, t.s. through woody root
6(c). Taraxacum, dandelion, t.s. through tap root showing lactiferous ducts
7(d). Vicia faba, bean, root nodule t.s. nitrogen fixing bacteria
8(d). Ranunculus ficaria, tuber during fall season, t.s. showing starch
9(d). Alnus, alder, t.s. of tuber showing actinomycetes
10(d). Neottia, orchid, t.s. of root with endotrophic mycorrhiza
11(d). Cuscuta, dodder, on host, t.s. haustorium
12(d). Root hairs, w.m. of root tip, root cap and root hairs
13(d). Zea mays, root tip, median l.s. showing central pith, cap and starch
14(c). Monstera, aerial root t.s.
15(c). Elodea, Canadian waterweed, t.s. of an aquatic root.