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Minipurification
... must be sufficient to give stable pellets. After dissolving pellets in dilute phosphate buffer; aliquots are diluted into "cracking buffer", heated, and electrophoresed on SDS gels which are then developed ... , etc.). Variants of the procedure (e.g. heat, proteolysis, changing pH, salt concentration, buffer, etc.) are useful in developing purification schemes and in identifying specific viruses. The ...
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Plant Path 369L
... be ground in water or more commonly in dilute (< 0.05M) phosphate buffer. One mixes an abrasive (600 mesh carborundum) with the inoculum ... labels (one per pot) Sharpee or crayon to mark pot labels Phosphate buffer, pH ~7 Mortar and pestle 600 mesh carborundum 3 pots ... a portion of an MDMV infected leaf in a small amount of phosphate buffer (with mortar and pestle). Add a small amount of carborundum, ...
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New Disease Reports - Crown gall in organically grown UK tomato caused by tumorigenic strains of Agrobacterium radiobacter
... phosphate buffer to an approximate concentration of 108 cfu per ml and inoculated into tomato plants (cv. Moneymaker), by injecting each suspension into wounds made on the stem. A negative control plant (buffer ... (cv. Moneymaker) inoculated on wound made at base of stem with (from left); phosphate buffer; Agrobacterium. radiobacter CSL 5794; A. radiobacter CSL 5801 The affected tomato plants were ...
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ICPP98 Paper Number 1.2.2
... aliquots of 4-day-old tobacco cells (cvs Hicks and NC2326) suspended in 10-mM phosphate buffer (+1% sucrose) into 24-well culture plates, 2 h prior to inoculation with zoospores from ...
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In situ hybridization of non-radiolabelled RNA probes to sectioned tissue.
... . Transcription Reaction: template DNA (0.5micrograms/microliter) 4 microliters 5X transcription buffer (Stratagene) 5 microliters 5X nucleotides (2.5 mM each; UTP is 1 ... RNA pellet in 100 microliters water. Add 100 microliters 2X carbonate buffer (80 mM NaHCO3, 120 mM Na2CO3). Incubate at 60C for ... situ salts 3M NaCl 100 mM Tris, pH8 100 mM sodium phosphate, pH 6.8 50 mM EDTA store at -20C tRNA ...
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EXTOXNET PIP - DICROTOPHOS
... detoxicating reaction is hydrolysis of the vinyl-phosphate bond of dicrotophos or its oxidative metabolites to produce dimethyl phosphate. The proportion of dimethyl phosphate in the urine of rats increases rapidly ... first-order kinetics. The half-lives of dicrotophos in pH 5, 7, and 9 buffer solutions are 117, 72, and 28 days, respectively. N,N-Dimethylacetoacetamide and O-desmethyldicrotophos ...
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pesticides
... phosphates to use with the Talstar. The most effective organic phosphate still available is Duraguard (approximately $55 per quart). Duraguard is micro ... up an immunity to all of them. However, mixing an organic phosphate with Talstar at least provides a double punch for insects ... time. Because Cinnamite does not work well in alkaline water, buffer to lower the pH below 7.5. (For example, add ...
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Soil FAQ
... the other ingredients. 6. The buffer solution is the primary source of both nitrate and phosphate and is rather heavy on the phosphate. While phosphate ion is a good buffer to resist PH fluctuations, it ... moves to reduce phosphate ion levels for this reason. 7. Although the solution would be less stable against PH variation, the use of sulfate ion as the primary buffer and nitric acid ...
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