Plants and Animals

Edvotek Quick Plants™ Seeds Products for Science Education Available on GSA/VA Contract for Federal Government customers only.

From seed to flower in 6-7 weeks.

Edvotek™ Brassica Quick Plant™ Seeds Products for Science Education

Quick-growing seeds encourage hands-on classroom activities.

Carolina™ Anolis carolinensis Products for Science Education

Anolis carolinensis is also know as the American chameleon.

Carolina™ Monocot Seeds Products for Science Education

Species were selected because of their good germination rates.

Carolina™ Leopard Gecko Products for Science Education

Great for the classroom, this yellow and dark brown, spotted gecko is among the easiest lizards to maintain.

Carolina™ General Seed Set Products for Science Education

A great way to introduce germination to students.

Carolina™ Mediterranean Gecko Products for Science Education

A pale, ghostly lizard with large eyes and broad toe pads.

Carolina™ Planaria Products for Science Education

Remarkable regeneration!

Carolina™ Sphagnum Products for Science Education

Sphagnum is also called bog moss.

Carolina™ Carnivorous Plant Terrarium Products for Science Education

Students can enjoy a terrarium with carnivorous plants.

Carolina™ Lycopodium Products for Science Education

Flowerless, vascular, terrestrial or epiphytic plants with widely-branched, erect, prostrate or creeping stems. Small, simple, needle-like or scale-like leaves thickly cover the stems and branches.

Carolina™ Black Planaria Culture Products for Science Education

These Planaria are distinctly black in color.

Carolina™ Protozoa Survey Mixture Products for Science Education

The protozoan body consists of a single cell, but it is a mistake to think of these organisms as simple.

Carolina™ Vegetative Moss Products for Science Education

Mosses are small (a few centimeters tall), herbaceous (non-woody) plants that absorb water and nutrients mainly through their leaves.

Carolina™ Carnivorous Bog Terrarium Plant Set Products for Science Education

Students can enjoy a bog terrarium with carnivorous plants.

Carolina™ Lycopodium lucidulum Products for Science Education

Also known as shining clubmoss.

Carolina™ Dicot Seeds Products for Science Education

Dicots are the flowering plants whose seed typically has two embryonic leaves or cotyledons.

Carolina™ Turtle Products for Science Education

The upper shell of the turtle is called the carapace.

Carolina™ Water Bears Products for Science Education

Cryptobiotic (inactive) forms may be made by dehydration and can be reanimated during class for student observation or about an hour before needed.

Carolina™ Polysiphonia, Living Products for Science Education

A marine red algae culture that has polysiphonous construction.

Carolina™ Leeches Products for Science Education

Leeches are segmented worms that belong to the phylum Annelida and comprise the subclass Hirudinea.

Carolina™ Ectocarpus, Living Products for Science Education

A marine brown algae culture with branched thallus and zoospores.

Carolina™ Individual Bacterial Cultures (D-M) Products for Science Education

Bacteria cultures have wide applications in the food and chemical industries because of their highly diverse metabolic activities.

Carolina™ Protozoa Set Products for Science Education

Protozoa are a diverse group of unicellular eukaryotic organisms, many of which are motile.

Carolina™ Individual Ciliate Cultures Products for Science Education

Most ciliates are heterotrophs, feeding on smaller organisms, such as bacteria and algae.

Carolina™ Medicinal Leeches Products for Science Education

Medicinal leeches have been found to secrete saliva containing about 60 different proteins.

Carolina™ Mystery Snail Set Products for Science Education

Students can view two different varieties of snails.

Carolina™ Hornworm Larvae Products for Science Education

Watch complete metamorphosis as you observe the life cycle of the hornworm.

Carolina™ Coleus Products for Science Education

An especially good specimen for starch-iodine reaction studies, to show absence of photosynthesis in non-green areas.