Plants and Animals
Carolina™ Cyanobacteria Cultures
Cyanobacteria, also known as blue-green bacteria, blue-green algae and Cyanophyta, is a phylum of bacteria that obtain their energy through photosynthesis.
Carolina™ Butterflies in the Classroom Kit
These kits make keeping live butterflies simple, fun and affordable.
Carolina™ Basic High School Algae Set
Algae lack the various structures that characterize land plants, such as the leaf-like phyllids of bryophytes, rhizoids in nonvascular plants as well as the roots, leaves and other organs that are found in tracheophytes (vascular plants).
The adult mealworm lays hundreds of eggs and is the best stage to start a balanced culture. Larvae are ideal food for lizards, salamanders, turtles, and frogs.
Carolina™ Individual Flagellate Cultures
A flagellate is an organism with one or more whip-like organelles called flagella.
Carolina™ Butterfly Sanctuary
Great for viewing and giving your butterflies room to stretch their wings.
Carolina™ Individual Green Algae Cultures
Green algae are eukaryotic organisms that follow a reproduction cycle called alternation of generations.
MicroLIVE Bacteria Cultures
Unique culture system design for easy observation of bacteria—simply squeeze, shake, and dispense.
Carolina™ Individual Fungi Cultures
Fungi can help you teach many topics in ecology, genetics, biochemistry and other disciplines.
Dinoflagellates are a large group of flagellate protists. Most are marine plankton, but they are common in fresh water habitats as well.
Carolina™ Madagascar Hissing Cockroach Habitat
The hissing cockroach is easy to care for and handle.
Carolina™ Red Flour Beetles
Similar to T. confusum (the confused flour beetle), but reddish in color and with a different antenna structure.
Carolina™ Dicot Seeds
Dicots are the flowering plants whose seed typically has two embryonic leaves or cotyledons.
Carolina™ Individual Bacterial Cultures (N-Z)
Bacteria cultures have wide applications in the food and chemical industries because of their highly diverse metabolic activities.
Carolina™ Painted Lady Culture Cup Set
For those who enjoy butterflies but do not need a complete learning kit.
Carolina™ Termite Digestive Symbionts
Trichonympha and Pyrsonympha, as well as other protozoa, live as symbionts in the termite's gut.
Bessbugs are also known as Betsy bugs or patent leather beetles. These harmless insects live in and under moist, rotting wood.