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Tissue Grinder Mixy Professional NIPPON Genetics EUROPE

2017-3-15  Tissue Grinder Mixy Professional is a motor-driven grinder for re-suspending pellets or disrupting soft tissue in microcentrifuge tubes. The motor is powered by a 3.7V battery and can be used cordlessly for up to 4 hrs. Applications. Animal Tissue (mouse, human, etc.) Bones; Plant Tissue (root

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Root morphogenic pathways in BMC Plant Biology

2017-3-9  Protein extraction and mass spectrometric identification of methylated proteins in plant tissues. A mass of 250 mg of fresh E. grandis leaf or root tissues was harvested and snap frozen in liquid nitrogen. Tissues were then ground immediately after freezing in a sintered glass tissue grinder in either ice cold 1x IP Lysis/Wash Buffer (Thermo

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Sample Grinder at Thomas Scientific

grind plant and animal tissue for nucleic acid and protein extractions. Cryo-blocks can be quickly chilled in the 2600 Cryo-Station, and will keep samples cold during grinding to preserve RNA and proteins from heat degradation. The 2650, 2660, 2662, and 2665 Cryo-Blocks have about the same footprint

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High-throughput horizontal tissue grinder

High-throughput horizontal tissue grinder. H-Max is a multifunctional necessary assistant for laboratory sample preparation. It can grind and homogenize many kinds of samples no matter hard, moderate hardness or soft, so that the processed sample can meet with

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A phenol/chloroform-free method to extract Plant

2019-6-5  Plant material and tissue grinding. Various tissue samples were collected from field-grown Avocado cv. Hass, Mango cv. 1243, Macadamia cv. 751, Coffee and Eucalyptus in Queensland, Australia. All the trees were mature (8–15 year old). DNA was extracted from mature leaves whilst RNA extractions were performed on stem, leaf, root, flower and

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Optimizing Bead Homogenization of Plant Tissues for

2017-7-7  DNA and RNA isolation from plant tissues requires the homogenization of the sample. This is often achieved by mortar and pestle tissue homogenization or glass bead homogenization. The first of these methods involves grinding the sample into a powder with a mortar and pestle following the addition of liquid nitrogen.

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Root sampling and RNA extraction methods for field

2021-8-26  Root sampling and RNA extraction methods for field-based gene expression analysis of soybeans Shin Okamuraa, Nabila Mumtahinab, Hiroyuki Shimono a,c and Maya Matsunami a aDepartment of Plant Bio Sciences, Faculty Agriculture, Iwate University, Morioka, Japan; bGraduate School Arts and Division Agriculture, Iwate University, Morioka, Japan; cAgri-Innovation Center, Iwate

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Heavy metal translocation and Plant and Soil

2014-9-19  Rice plants were then separated into four tissue types (root, straw, husk, and brown rice), and ground using a stainless steel grinder (RT-02B, China). The crushed powder was passed through a 100-mesh sieve and kept in a cleaned polyethylene container before analysis. Extraction method of iron plaques on rice root surfaces

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Sample Preparation MP Bio

2019-6-3  routine and resistant samples, including plant, root, soil, waste water, skin, tissue, seeds, and feces. FastPrep instruments, combined with the widest selection of industry leading lysing matrix materials and complete isolation kits, offer a complete solution

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Guide to the Homogenization of Biological Samples

2020-4-10  Grinding . Mortar and pestle is the best known tool for grinding, but many tools are used for grinding, including grain mills, coffee grinders, and some more refined laboratory apparatuses including vortexers and glass homogenizers. Grinding relies on creating friction by sandwiching the sample between two hard surfaces that slide against each

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BioSpec Products • Pulverizers

2021-10-22  The Cryo-Cup™ Grinder is a mortar and pestle specifically designed to pulverize and powder plant and animal tissue samples at liquid nitrogen temperatures. It gives superior results compared to conventional ceramic mortar-pestles. Cat. No. 206, Cryo-cup™ Grinder, complete. Includes two different size polypropylene pestle balls.

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Root morphogenic pathways in BMC Plant Biology

2017-3-9  Protein extraction and mass spectrometric identification of methylated proteins in plant tissues. A mass of 250 mg of fresh E. grandis leaf or root tissues was harvested and snap frozen in liquid nitrogen. Tissues were then ground immediately after freezing in a sintered glass tissue grinder in either ice cold 1x IP Lysis/Wash Buffer (Thermo

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leaf tissue grinder wokmobiel.nl

Motor tissue grinder G50. Materials. Rice root. Rice stem. Rice leaf. Get price. Bead Beating Guide 8 Plant Leaf Tissue OPS Diagnostics . Denser leaf tissue with heavy cuticle will require larger beads and balls. Samples with masses above 100 mg are best homogenized in grinding vials. Processing...

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Sample Grinder at Thomas Scientific

grind plant and animal tissue for nucleic acid and protein extractions. Cryo-blocks can be quickly chilled in the 2600 Cryo-Station, and will keep samples cold during grinding to preserve RNA and proteins from heat degradation. The 2650, 2660, 2662, and 2665 Cryo-Blocks have about the same footprint

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High functional diversity within species of arbuscular

2015-2-24  Root and shoot samples were individually homogenized in a tissue grinder (Precellys 24, Cayman Chemical Company, Ann Arbor, USA), and an aliquot of each sample was dried and analyzed for P or N content. For the P analysis, the sample was extracted with 2

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A phenol/chloroform-free method to extract Plant

2019-6-5  Plant material and tissue grinding. Various tissue samples were collected from field-grown Avocado cv. Hass, Mango cv. 1243, Macadamia cv. 751, Coffee and Eucalyptus in Queensland, Australia. All the trees were mature (8–15 year old). DNA was extracted from mature leaves whilst RNA extractions were performed on stem, leaf, root, flower and

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Optimizing Bead Homogenization of Plant Tissues for

2017-7-7  DNA and RNA isolation from plant tissues requires the homogenization of the sample. This is often achieved by mortar and pestle tissue homogenization or glass bead homogenization. The first of these methods involves grinding the sample into a powder with a mortar and pestle following the addition of liquid nitrogen.

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Sample Preparation MP Bio

2019-6-3  routine and resistant samples, including plant, root, soil, waste water, skin, tissue, seeds, and feces. FastPrep instruments, combined with the widest selection of industry leading lysing matrix materials and complete isolation kits, offer a complete solution

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Root traits are multidimensional: specific root length is

2016-2-26  The first principal component represented a variation along the whole-plant economic spectrum (Table 1, Fig. 3a,b) because species on the high end of this axis had rapid RGR h, high SLA, low LDMC and low root and stem tissue density. Slow-growing species had low SLA, high LDMC and high root and stem tissue density (Table 1, Fig. 3a,b).

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A rapid chemical method for lysing Plant Methods

2011-7-15  Protein extraction is a frequent procedure in biological research. For preparation of plant cell extracts, plant materials usually have to be ground and homogenized to physically break the robust cell wall, but this step is laborious and time-consuming when a large number of samples are handled at once. We developed a chemical method for lysing Arabidopsis cells without grinding.

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Sample Grinder at Thomas Scientific

grind plant and animal tissue for nucleic acid and protein extractions. Cryo-blocks can be quickly chilled in the 2600 Cryo-Station, and will keep samples cold during grinding to preserve RNA and proteins from heat degradation. The 2650, 2660, 2662, and 2665 Cryo-Blocks have about the same footprint

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High functional diversity within species of arbuscular

2015-2-24  Root and shoot samples were individually homogenized in a tissue grinder (Precellys 24, Cayman Chemical Company, Ann Arbor, USA), and an aliquot of each sample was dried and analyzed for P or N content. For the P analysis, the sample was extracted with 2

get price

Optimizing Bead Homogenization of Plant Tissues for

2017-7-7  DNA and RNA isolation from plant tissues requires the homogenization of the sample. This is often achieved by mortar and pestle tissue homogenization or glass bead homogenization. The first of these methods involves grinding the sample into a powder with a mortar and pestle following the addition of liquid nitrogen.

get price

Sample Preparation MP Bio

2019-6-3  routine and resistant samples, including plant, root, soil, waste water, skin, tissue, seeds, and feces. FastPrep instruments, combined with the widest selection of industry leading lysing matrix materials and complete isolation kits, offer a complete solution

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Rapid and Reliable Method of High-Quality RNA

2014-8-19  (Ambion) prior to storage. This protocol is optimized to isolate RNA from approximately 50 mg of plant tissues. If the amount of plant tissue is increased, reagent volumes must be increased accordingly. 2.10.1. Homogenization of Tissues To obtain high yield of RNA, grinding is a critical point in the extraction of genetic material. So, grinding

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Root traits are multidimensional: specific root length is

2016-2-26  The first principal component represented a variation along the whole-plant economic spectrum (Table 1, Fig. 3a,b) because species on the high end of this axis had rapid RGR h, high SLA, low LDMC and low root and stem tissue density. Slow-growing species had low SLA, high LDMC and high root and stem tissue density (Table 1, Fig. 3a,b).

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Tissue‐specific isolation of Arabidopsis/plant

2020-2-14  Molecular constructs and in vivo visualization of tagged mitochondria. (a) Translational fusion of the 1809-bp cDNA of OM64 with the eGFP reporter gene and the BLRP gene encoding a biotin acceptor peptide in pGWB2 or modified versions of the

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A rapid chemical method for lysing Plant Methods

2011-7-15  Protein extraction is a frequent procedure in biological research. For preparation of plant cell extracts, plant materials usually have to be ground and homogenized to physically break the robust cell wall, but this step is laborious and time-consuming when a large number of samples are handled at once. We developed a chemical method for lysing Arabidopsis cells without grinding.

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Frontiers Discriminating the Short-Term Action of Root

Humic substances (HS, fulvic and humic acids) are widely used as fertilizers or plant growth stimulants, although their mechanism of action still remains partially unknown. Humic substances may be applied either directly to the soil or as foliar sprays. Despite both kind of application are commonly used in agricultural practices, most of the studies regarding the elicited response in plants

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The rhizosphere microbiome plays a role in the resistance

2021-2-4  Rolli, E. et al. Improved plant resistance to drought is promoted by the root-associated microbiome as a water stress-dependent trait: Root bacteria protect plants

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