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Do these myc petri look like they would benefit from cloning?
    #3385173 - 11/19/04 05:50 PM (12 years, 10 months ago)

They all have very stringy growth at the ends, the ones that seem to stand out, a black line was put in front of each one.

Do you think more generations are needed?


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Re: Do these myc petri look like they would benefit from cloning? [Re: Search59]
    #3385203 - 11/19/04 05:56 PM (12 years, 10 months ago)

Seems to my like theyre all still have sectors (Im a little unclear on the top right one however) Therefore, you do no have a pure strain.

You could do a transfer to grain and agar to test out the fruiting abilty of these particular (sub)strains and then decide.

Are these transfers started from multispore, or were they clones from fruits? I think the community will need more info on these cultures to be able to effectively answer your question.

Looks like some fine growing to me though :smile:

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Re: Do these myc petri look like they would benefit from cloning? [Re: Erik006]
    #3385223 - 11/19/04 05:59 PM (12 years, 10 months ago)

These are colonized BRF. Spore injected into BRF and then after full colonization of BRF, chunk taken from BRF put on petri, and there you have it. So im not sure what they can be considered.


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Re: Do these myc petri look like they would benefit from cloning? [Re: Search59]
    #3385270 - 11/19/04 06:11 PM (12 years, 10 months ago)

BTW, these were done using the h2o2-petri TECH. I suggest you try it, as this was the persons 1st attempt at petri agar and cloning. No saftey hood, or any special measures were taken, other than flame sterilization of cutting tool, and pc sterilization of petri and agar.
Quick cuts of BRF chunk put into petris was all that was done by the person.


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Re: Do these myc petri look like they would benefit from cloning? [Re: Search59]
    #3385683 - 11/19/04 07:48 PM (12 years, 10 months ago)

They look very good. IMO you can transfer the very rhizomorph sectors to new dishes and then use the mycelium, or even use it right away.


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