blue stain


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blue stain

n
(Forestry) forestry a bluish discoloration of sapwood caused by growth of fungi
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But it would be as reasonable to say that one of those small blue stains which sometimes occur in the purest statuary marble would convert the Eve of Powers to a monster.
5ml dye was injected over macula which resulted in light blue stain of ILM and peeling was performed around hole in circular motion and after gas fluid exchange gas tamponade with SF6 was done.
D) Cryptococcal organisms and the surrounding polysaccharide capsules stained blue with Alcian Blue stain.
It was hoped this species would serve as a sort of "control" for the other species tested in that if the Ophiostoma did not produce blue stain, it would be apparent that there was an issue with testing conditions, not the fungi.
Leishman stain and lactophenol cotton blue stain was used to identify the fungi.
The results showed that the red figure (2) and green figure (3) stains were better than blue stain figure (4) in terms of the intensity of the staining of the parasite figure and the least visible and staining parasite is yellow stain figure (5).
Selection of developmentally competent oocytes through brilliant cresyl blue stain enhances blastocyst development rate after bovine nuclear transfer.
Just watch a cut on your finger repairing itself or the blue stain of a bruise fading.
In comparison with gastric foveolar-type adenomas, PGAs do not have a well-formed mucin cap; the presence of the neutral gastric mucin cap can be examined by a periodic acid-Schiff/Alcian blue stain.
At incubation intervals of 24, 48 and 72 hours, all experimental groups were stained with hematoxylin and eosin stain (H-E) and alcian blue stain.