[Arabidopsis] Re: help!!!!!!!!!!!
(by akhilsr from gmail.com)
Wed Jul 15 20:07:29 EST 2009
On Jul 11, 2:03 am, sayanti mandal <sayanti_man... from yahoo.com> wrote:
> I am a student from India,Delhi.doing PhD from University of Delhi South
> Campus,i am working in host-pathogen interactions,using arabidopsis as a model
> plant.But the problem is that my arabidopsi plant aren't grow well, they are
> still stunt, after one month of their transfer from the germination plate.They are
> grow in a temp of 22c,12 hrs day /night light with proper watering + nutrient also. After
> 2 months of growth they look thin and skeleton like. So every experiment is a failure, as the
> pathogen is opportunistic one,grows well on stressed tissue.My work is also
> suffering because of it. I hope to look froward for a reply.
> Sayanti Mandal
> Genetics Lab
> South Campus
> University of Delhi South
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on which pathogen you are working on.
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