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Monday, November 9, 2009

RE: BRYONET: Hoyer's Solution

BRYONET

Des, it is really good for liverworts as it clears the tissue as well as
preserving it, but our lab is not allowed to make it up any more due to
health and safety (it has some carcinogenic risk I believe). The
alternatives we have tried are not as good.
David Long

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