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Short descriptions and photographs of some photogenic microorganisms. In this post I'll show how to make an adhesive tape preparation of a Fungus for examination.
Well, try both if you can. I find that sometimes one may be superior to the other when trying to capture the structure of a particular fungus. The adhesive sticky tape preparation pulls up the structures and sort of locks them in place -stuck to the tape.
Or, it may be a bit more disruptive and perhaps destroy or scatter some of the fungal features. You never no for sure until you try. The other issue is the clarity of the tape itself. Adhesive tape has the glue laid down on one side to make it sticky. The evenness of the glue as well as the transparency of the tape can affect the quality of the image when viewed.
It should be obvious but I'll say it anyways: The advantage of a slide culture is that the fungus can attach itself to the coverslip as it grows and if removed very carefully, the features will not be disturbed and can be viewed as they naturally occur.
The trick is to be very gentle when removing and mounting the cover slip. Well, nothing could be simpler: Just grow your fungus on appropriate media and take a sample.
Structures may develop over time so you may wish to make adhesive tape preparations of the same fungal colony over several days.
Structures may also deteriorate or disappear on prolonged incubation so timing is important in making both adhesive tape preparations and slide cultures. Make all preparations within a biological safety cabinet BSC rated at a Level 2.
Get your supplies together. You will need some adhesive tape 1. You want to select a tape that is about the width of the slide.
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This can be made up in the lab formula at the end of this postor can be bought "ready to use" from laboratory supply companies. The squeeze dropper is a quick and clean way of dispensing LPCB to the slide. Dispense a line of LPCB on the slide. The amount will dispensed will come with practice.
Too much and the tape will float with the LPCB oozing out the sides. Too little and any spores present will not come in contact with the LPCB, posing a possible contamination problem.
I like to stick one end of the tape to my thumb and the other end to my middle finger. This allows me to use my free index finger pointer finger in between my thumb and middle finger to push the sticky side of the tape down onto the colony. With the tape ends stuck to your thumb and middle finger, press down with your index pointer finger to sample the fungal growth.
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