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[Arabidopsis] Re: Arab-gen Digest, Vol 128, Issue 6

Nikhilesh Dhar via arab-gen%40net.bio.net (by ndhar from syr.edu)
Tue Dec 15 12:29:19 EST 2015


Hi Jon,
It might be due to multiple factors like a change in the chamber temperature, over bleaching of the seed during sterilization or due to insects.
Nik



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> Hi all,
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> We are experiencing a problem with our Arabidopsis seedlings becoming 
> chlorotic a few days after being transplanted (at a week after planting) 
> from Sunshine mix soil into the same soil supplemented with standard 
> nutrient solution.  Some seedlings remain chlorotic and stunted but 
> others recover and then look fine.  We've made all new nutrient stocks 
> and the problem persists.  We also changed bales of soil. We've been 
> growing them this way for years without problems. Any ideas?  Thanks.
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> Jon
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