Fluorescent microscope

jperry at uwc.edu jperry at uwc.edu
Tue Dec 19 15:06:21 EST 2000


My best advice to you is to find the following book and buy it:

O'Brien, T.P. and M.E. McCully. 1981. The Study of Plant Structure:
Principles and Selected Methods. Tercmarcarphi Pty. Ltd., Melbourne,
Australia. ISBN 0 9594174 0 0.

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James W. Perry, Ph.D.
CEO/Campus Dean
Professor of Biological Sciences
University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley
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Menasha, WI 54852-1297
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-----Original Message-----
From: nkirkpatrick at gw.lssu.edu [mailto:nkirkpatrick at gw.lssu.edu]
Sent: Tuesday, December 19, 2000 12:11 PM
To: plant-ed at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk
Subject: Fluorescent microscope

My department just purchased a fluorescent microscope and I would like to
introduce it to my cell biology lab.  Since I'm a botanist, most of my cell
labs are plant in nature, rather than rat liver.  Can some of you suggest
some stains I might purchase or some specimens that fluoresce naturally.  I
have several ideas, but it's been a while since I had access to such a scope
and I'm sure you all can add to my body of knowledge.

Thanks in advance,


Nancy S. Kirkpatrick, PhD.
Assistant Professor &
Chief Health Professions Advisor
Biology Department
Lake Superior State University
Sault Ste. Marie, Mi  49783
(906) 635-2894 FAX: (906) 635-2266
nkirkpatrick at gw.lssu.edu



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