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Preface to the Second Edition The revision of Pathology Practical Book (first published in ) had become overdue because 5th edition of my Textbook of. The revision of Pathology Practical Book (first published in ) had remains the same as in the previous edition of practical book and is outlined below. This new edition has been fully revised to help pathology trainees acquire practical knowledge in diagnostic pathology. Divided into eight.
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Rust in groundnut 7. Leaf spot in cowpea 8. Club root in cabbage 9.
Damping off in chilli Vascular wilt in brinjal Die back in citrus Leaf curl in chilli Mossaic disease in cucumber. Procedure: Observe the different types of diseased symptoms and draw, the figures.
Observation: Identify of the characteristic features of the different disease symptoms. Add potato in ml of water and boil until the potato become very soft.
Strain the potato using. Mean while place the weighed agar in a mlflask Boil this over a'water bath until agar dissolves. To this add the required amount of sucrose and dissolve. Now add the potato extract and stir well. Plug the conical flask containing the media with a cotton wool plug wrapped in aluminium foil.
Autoclave the media at C, 15 psi for 20 minutes. Practical 3 Pouring of nutrient media in to petri dishes Objectives: 1. To familiarize with nutrient media pouring techniques 2.
To know about precautions during pouring of nutrient media Procedure: Start lamina flow 30 minutes before'the operation. Take sterilized PDA media away from autoclave or refergerator.
If it is in the solid stage, boil it in the water bath until reach 70C temperature. Keep the conical flask containing media inside the lamina flow.
Add antibiotic tablet Penicillin or Streptomycin to media at 50C. Add mg tablet for 1 liter of media. Light the sprit lamp inside the lamina flow. Heat the neck of the conical flask before pouring. Slightly open the petri dish and pour the media at 50 to 40C.
After pouring keep the petri dishes lipside down to eliminate moisture condensation.
Red heat the scissors, forceps and inoculation needles I Cut the affected portion in to small pieces. Then transfer it into distilled water. Mob the specimen with filter paper. Transfer the specimen into the petri dish which' containing nutrient media. Seal the petri dish with celotape. Label the petri dish and keep inside the incubator. Stain the! Uycelia and observe the structure of spores and fruiting bodies under! T1icroscope Practical 5: Isolation and identification of pathogen from disease affected plant parts using Celotape Impression Method Objectives: I.
To familiarize with isolation and identification of pathogens associated with disease Materials: Diseased specimens, Celotape, Lacto phenol cotton blue stain , Scissors, Slides and Microscope. Impress piece of celotape in diseased symptom and remove from it.
Add one drop of stain into that celotape piece. Then re-impressin slide. Observe under the microscope.
Observation: I. Shapes of the fungal spores 2. Structure of fruiting bodies and mycelia' Practical 6 Gram staining Double or Differential Staining Equipments: Sprit lamp, alcohol-cleaned Reagents: Crystal Violet the Primary Stain microscope slide, 2. Decolorizer Ethanol I Ethyl alcohol 4. Safran in the Counter Stain 5. Air-dry the culture 1 to 2 minutes and fixit or over a gentle flame, while moving the slide in'a circular fashion to avoid localized overheating.
The applied heat helps the ceil adhesion on the glass slide to make possible the subsequent rinsing of the smear with water without a significant loss of the culture.
Heat can also be applied to facilitate drying the smear. Gram staining I. Place slide on a slide holder or a rack.