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  • Made of fiber glass on MDF board.
  • Each model size 60 x 45cm.
  • Made of fiber glass on MDF board.
  • Each model size 60 x 45cm.
PART  No. Models
10412-A Plant cell
10412-B Germination of seed
10412-C Fertilization & angiosperms
10412-D Plant cell meiosis
10412-E Plant cell mitosis
10412-F L.S. flower
10412-G L.S. Ovary
10412-H T.S. Monocot Root
10412-I T.S. Monocot Stem
10412-J T.S. Monocot Leaf
10412-K T.S. Dicot Stem
10412-L T.S. Dicot Root
10412-M T.S. Dicot Leaf
10412-N Root Tip
10412-O Life Cycle: Moss
10412-P Life Cycle: Fern
10412-Q Life Cycle: Fungus
10412-R Spirogyra
10412-S Pitcher Plant
10412-T Funaria Plant

Botany models serve educational, scientific, and research purposes by providing visual representations of plant structures and processes. Here’s a brief overview of their uses:

  1. Botany Education: Used for teaching botany, allowing students to study plant structures, reproductive processes, and various botanical features.
  2. Plant Physiology Studies: Beneficial for plant physiology education, illustrating the internal processes and functions of plant organs.
  3. Research Reference: Used in research settings to study plant anatomy, morphology, and developmental processes.
  4. Ecology Education: Practical for teaching ecology and plant interactions within ecosystems, showcasing plant adaptations and relationships.
  5. Agricultural Training: Relevant in agricultural education to understand plant growth, reproduction, and factors influencing crop yield.
  6. Environmental Science: Applied in environmental science education to illustrate the role of plants in ecological balance, carbon cycling, and oxygen production.
  7. Herbarium Displays: Displayed in herbariums and botanical collections to showcase three-dimensional representations of plant specimens.
  8. Museum Exhibits: Used in botanical museums and exhibits to enhance public understanding of plant diversity, anatomy, and ecological importance.

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