protozoan counting method

Richard Gordon gordonr at cc.umanitoba.ca
Fri Mar 29 05:39:39 EST 1996


There are packaged computer/software systems that count moving sperm,
disregarding stationary sperm and debris. Might do the trick.

At 10:42 AM 3/28/96 +0000, Blockmans Bernard wrote:
>i       I am a recent student in protistology , particularly in marine biology.
>Lastly, I have found with enthusiasm your discussion group on the net, so I
>took this opportunity to expose one of my problems at this time. The latter is
>: how to find a rapid and effective method to estimate the number of
>protozoans ( most of them are ciliates) of a liquid sample heavy loaded with
>particles?
>        I hope a lot of the readers would be interested in this question, so I
>would like to recieve an answer, an advice or even to discuss about it as soon
>as possible. Thank you beforehand.
>
>                                BLOCKMANS Bernard
>                                elm: bblockma at ulb.ac.be

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