Collecting petrified leaves.
Is it possible to use Dechlorinated water instead of distilled water for making an agar medium? If yes, Wouldn’t it conflict with the existing composition of the medium?
We cannot use dechlorinated water instead of distilled water for making agar medium
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Dechlorinated water is less septic than distilled water. Since distilled water will not have any other minerals, organisms would not grow in them.
Since we do not want other organisms to interfere with our controlled experiments, it is a good idea to use distilled water, preferably freshly prepared distilled water.
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These putrified leaves were collected from around ghe campus and were put in beakers containing dechlorinated water. Also some earthworms were obtained while collecting these leaves from the damp and shaded regions.
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