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PlantTC Preparation
... or can afford to buy, a transfer chamber with a HEPA (high efficiency particulate air) filter then there is no decision, you will use the transfer chamber. For now we shall rule out ... and gloved hands. Other options for sterilizing instruments but too dangerous in a cardboard transfer chamber: Bunsen burner Bacti-Cinerator Glass bead sterilizer Lead melting pot containing sand Device to ...
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Plant TC.protocol.html
... explants are now ready to take to the transfer chamber. Starting the Explants The transfer chamber should be ready with the walls and ... are found, sterilize tube and contents before discarding the contents. Transfer the explant every two weeks or so until it ... Continue to divide and transfer until you have enough plantlets. The plantlets should be singulated as you transfer to prerooting medium which ...
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Horticulture at UNE
... to transfer plants. A fish tank on its side makes an ideal transfer cabinet. Any perspex or glass chamber with dimensions of 50 cm (length), 40 cm (height) and 40 cm (depth) could easily be made into a transfer ... spray bottle containing 70% alcohol solution to spray the transfer chamber and other surfaces. 8 - Dilute chlorine solution e. ...
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Plant Tissue Culture for Home Gardners
... to transfer plants. A fish tank on its side makes an ideal transfer cabinet. Any perspex or glass chamber with dimensions of 50 cm (length), 40 cm (height) and 40 cm (depth) could easily be made into a transfer ... spray bottle containing 70% alcohol solution to spray the transfer chamber and other surfaces. 8 - Dilute chlorine solution e. ...
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Advanced_Orchid_Flasking2
... lies the success or failure in flasking! The inside of the chamber must be sterile at all times and this is obtained ... chamber. Tools - forceps, etc are also dipped into the bleach solution before placing in the chamber; many people place them into a container of the solution inside the chamber ... , a vent is necessary to allow the gas and air to transfer from the flask. There are a number of ways to ...
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Beetles
... inject an explosive mixture of hydroquinone, hydrogen peroxide plus several potent catalysts into a reaction chamber in the abdomen. Catalase breaks down the hydrogen peroxide into water and oxygen gas. ... male nor female rain beetles feed as adults, their short adult life provides the vital transfer of genes and perpetuation of these remarkable species of beetles. Male rain beetles (Pleocoma ...
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Fuchsia Propagation
... because it provides ample air, but excellent contact (surface area exposure) with the cutting to transfer moisture. Adding a little peat moss can increase acidity and increase moisture, which may help ... light to create a humidity tent, and you have a very simple and effective propagation chamber. The slight heat form the tubes can help maintain good temperatures in the 70ís ...
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Small engine maintenance for women By Michelle Richards Issue 24
... engine literally ground its innards to death because of dirt that got into the combustion chamber. On top of that, the oil in the crankcase had never been changed. Just topped ... and most lawnmowers. The oil is not only a lubricator, it also helps with heat transfer. Small engines run very hot and are generally air cooled, so itís imperative the ...
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CPN Samples
... each other that together they form a protective chamber around the anthers and gynoecium (see Schnell, 1976, figures 4.2 & 4.3). This chamber may only be entered near the petal tips ... and horticulturists so I self-pollinated eight of the bagged flowers. To ensure successful pollen transfer each flower was selfed both 28 May and 1 June. Unfortunately only four of these ...
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Gymnosperms
... . gam. contains several archegonia, each with an egg cell. A micropylar chamber is beneath the micropyle. D. Pollination Consists of transfer of pollen grain from the staminate cone to the ovulate cone ... a sticky secretion from the ovule, which aids in drawing the pollen into the micropylar chamber, near to the developing gametophyte. Now the male gametophyte begins to germinate from the pollen ...
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