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Posts of the Category: Labwork



Growing Algae in a Jar

Found in: Howto, Labwork | Date: September 13, 2013 |

A drop of inorganic fertilizer greatly enhances the growth of algae in a mini-aquarium.

Why does the mounting medium start to cloud during specimenmounting?

Found in: Labwork | Date: February 23, 2013 |

When mounting permanent slides, it is sometimes possible to observe a clouding of the mounting medium surrounding the specimen. When observing the slide under the microscope, one can see that the clouding is due to many small bubbles, which start to appear.

How difficult is the making of permanent slides?

Found in: Labwork | Date: February 23, 2013 |

Making permanent slides can be very easy, not much different than making a wet mount. Making permanent slides can also be a time consuming and lengthy process, stretching over several days, and requiring much lab work. As so often the case: It all depends on the specimen.

How do you make a permanent slide?

Found in: Labwork | Date: February 18, 2013 |

There is no single recipe for making a permanent slide, as the preparation process depends much on the nature of the specimen and the mounting medium used. I will only give a generic overview of the process, which has to be adapted to the specific specimen.

How do you make wet mounts with much water?

Found in: Labwork | Date: February 18, 2013 |

Some specimens are thick and require much water. Here are some possibilities on how to do this, without spilling the water over the corner of the slide.

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