haemacytometer


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haemacytometer

(ˌhiːməsaɪˈtɒmɪtə; ˌhɛm-) or

hemacytometer

n
(Medicine) med variants of haemocytometer
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The total direction counts, method of microbial populations were calculated based on the use of a haemacytometer (Boeco, Singapore) [19].
The washed cells were suspended in 20 mL chilled, sterile PBS and the cells counted on a haemacytometer. The blood cell suspension was maintained on wet ice and diluted with sterile PBS to 7*068 x 108 cells m/L for each assay and sample (20 uL) was aseptically poured into 1.5 mL appendrof tubes.
oryzae Appressorium formation (%) (B) 12 h Guy11 90.62 [+ or -] 3.71 (a) AMGG_00623 90.11 [+ or -] 1.62 (a) AMGG_00871 90.80 [+ or -] 4.17 (a) AMGG_06704 91.08 [+ or -] 4.47 (a) AMGG_00745 92.09 [+ or -] 3.08 (a) A After incubation for 10 days on CM plates, conidia were collected using three 1 cm diameter discs of mycelium in water and counted with a haemacytometer under a microscope.
Washed spores were counted by haemacytometer and diluted to obtain the concentration of [10.sup.8] spores/ml.
Red blood cells (RBC), white blood cells (WBC) and platelets were counted manually by using Neubauer haemacytometer by diluting the blood samples with solutions commercially available for RBC, WBC and platelet counting.
The spore count was done using haemacytometer and the concentration was adjusted to 107spores per mL before it was kept in the cold room for further used.
Aliquots of suspended adipocytes were placed in a haemacytometer and observed under an Olympus microscope BX51 (Olympus, Tokyo, Japan) and photographs were taken using an image analysis software (cc-12 soft imaging system).