primuline


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primuline

(ˈprɪmjʊˌliːn)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a synthetic yellow dye
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Briefly, lipids separated on an HPTLC plate are made visible under UV light at 315 nm by primuline reagent, marked with a soft red pencil and dipped in a solvent mixture of isopropanol :0.2% Ca[Cl.sub.2]: methanol (40:20:7, v/v/v) for 10 seconds.
Picoplanktonic and nanoplanktonic biomass was determined by epifluorescence microscopy with primuline (Caron 1983).
Take the scarlet and "primuline yellow" doctoral costume worn by Brian Matthews, distinguished professor of physics at the University of Oregon.
Primuline induced fluorescence of the first exine elements and Ubisch bodies in Ipomoea and Lilium.