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Cover each flask with a 100 cm3 beaker (or crystallising dish or polythene). 8. Place flasks (1) and (3) in the dark and leave them for 2 weeks. 9. Place the remainingflasksunder a suitable light source. A good source is a 'Growlux' fluorescent tube, which emits more red light than standard fluorescent tubes. ASSESSMENT OF RESULTS 10. Using a Pasteur pipette place one drop from the first flask on a clean glass slide. Examine it under the high-power lens of a microscope. Count the number of individual cells within the high-power field.
5(a) and acquaint yourself with the structures likely to be encountered in the cell. 5(b). By carefully focusing with thefineadjustment locate the cell wall, chloroplast, and a more or less rounded body. Note. This is not the nucleus, but a structure called the pyrenoid. Draw a cell. 3. Search on your slide for stages (structures) containing two, four or eight cells. Also look for fragments of wall. 5(c-d) ). Draw as many different stages as possible. 4. Use the following technique to irrigate the culture with iodine in potassium iodide solution.
4 in the light. 8. Place all the remaining flasks in the dark. Leave them for 1 week. Results 9. Devise a scale, for example 0-10, to assess the growth in the flasks. Make this assessment on a purely visual basis and use such factors as amount of mycelium, numbers of black spores or any other suitable factor. 10. In order to obtain a more quantitative assessment proceed as follows: (a) Weigh a coarse glass sintered crucible. Record the weight. Label the crucible with the flask number. 2 on page 55.