Rack Of The Clones [PORTABLE]
Today, Ryan Keely is on the road with her personal roadie, Elias Cash. He checks on her and Ryan gets flirty, obviously wanting MORE than just a bit of water sprinkled onto her back... especially once she catches him checking out her killer rack!
rack of the clones
A suggestion: VCV is the company, and Rack is the software. You might want to re-title the topic and adjust the headings in the list to take that into account. Also, you might want to say these are module clones and emulations in the title/document name.
This rack is CNC cut for precision from our exclusive hard shell 1/2" thick PVC, a self extinguishing plastic for added safety and durability. The Series II Racks include some great new features including optional pull out tables and Casters (shown above and NOT included). You can purchase these separately and both install very easily!The new VE rack probe slot has built in strain relief to help prevent accidental pull out and has our exclusive vented system- probe has direct air contact with the heat tape UNDER the tub for the safest and most accurate heating possible. Each shelf has a probe slot so you can choose which shelf you prefer to install your thermostat probe. We like to use the center shelf.
Heat is THG 4" Belly Heat and is included. The heat in this rack is also easily replaced should you need to and uses 10 feet of the THG 4" element. Rack is 5 tubs high and is stackable with any of our Super70 racks of any height. You can check out our 3 tub Super70 model as well.Dimensions are approximately 34.5" Deep x 20" Wide x 30.75" TallThe Super70 WILL NOT stack and lock with our previous CB70 Series 2 Flat Pack.
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Cannabis nurseries can be established as their own businesses entirely, with the goal of the operation being to sell seeds, seedlings, and clones to other cultivation operators. Many commercial grows, however, opt to grow their own crops from seed to sale. In these cases, a nursery room is a space dedicated to growing baby plants until they are ready to be transferred to the next phase of the growth cycle.
Using humidity domes can help protect the plants and removes worry about improper humidity levels in the nursery room. When using humidity domes, at least one vent should be open at all times to avoid building up too much humidity. If clones are rooted in extremely high humidity, they will need to be hardened off in order to remove the domes without severe wilt.
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There is a single point-in-time reference for a source volume while it is being cloned. If the source volume is attached when a clone is created, you need to wait for the first clone operation to complete from the source volume before creating additional clones. If the source volume is detached, you can create up to 10 clones from the same source volume simultaneously.
Preparing your clones to send away for sequencing analysis of your 16S rRNA geneWhen you examine your transformation plates after their initial overnight incubation, there should have been hundreds of well isolated colonies. In theory, each of them should contain the vector plasmid with an insert of the 16s rRNA gene from one of your soil sample bacteria. Since the vector plasmid contains a kanamycin resistance gene, kanamycin resistance is a selectable marker. The genetically engineered strain of E. coli that we transformed is sensitive to kanamycin UNLESS it is expressing the kanamycin resistance gene on the plasmid. E. coli that did not take up a cloning vector plasmid and express its genes do not form colonies on media with kanamycin. Kanamycin is an antimicrobial compound that disrupts bacterial protein synthesis and kills the cells.
We know each of the vector plasmids in the transformed E. coli growing on the plate contains a 16S rRNA gene insert from the genomic DNA isolated from your soil sample for two reasons. First, there is a ccdB gene in the insertion region of the vector plasmid. That gene, ccdB, means "control of cell death". That gene, when not disrupted, expresses the ccdB protein that poisons bacterial DNA gyrase, causing degradation of the host chromosome and cell death. But the presence of your 16S rRNA gene insert has disrupted the ccdB gene and turned off the protein that inhibits DNA gyrase, allowing the cell to live, replicate and form a colony that should appear white, NOT blue. The second reason that we know the white colonies are transformed with the vector plasmid and that the plasmid contains our insert is that there is a lacZ gene positioned next to the ccdB gene in the insert area and when it is disrupted by insertion of your 16s rRNA gene, it turns off expression of the lacZ gene product, beta-galactosidase. Beta-gal is in enzyme that catalyzes the breakdown of several substrates, including lactose and X-gal. X-gal is a colorless substrate that is is cleaved into a blue colored product by beta-galactosidase. Your Luria-Bertoni agar medium contains both kanamycin and Xgal. If you saw blue colonies, those bacteria are daughter cells from a vector transformed E. coli, BUT the vector plasmid probably does not contain the 16s DNA insert we seek. Therefore, you only want to pick "not-blue" colonies to send away for sequencing of the insert. We hope that there are hundreds of these not-blue colonies on your plate (but not so many that they are not well separated from each other). Our goal is to find 16s rRNA gene fragments from DIFFERENT soil bacteria in many transformed clones, but we have no way of detecting right now which colonies contain a 16s rRNA gene from different soil bacterial species because all will be identical looking non-blue colonies on these plates.
Preparing Over-night Cultures to send away for 16s rRNA gene sequencing 1. We need to keep track of which DNA sequences come from which habitat and which sampling site (if there was more than 1 sample/site). We also need to differentiate the culture independent bacteria from the culture dependent bacteria that we will id from future 16s rRNA gene sequencing. Therefore, you should label the wells of the 96 well block using the template provided by your lab instructor according to the following schema: Tues. LabOrient the plate so that A1 is on the top left and start with that well and move down the row to A12 before starting with the B row.Use letter and numbers S 101-148 for clones from sample site A in the seasonal display room (Durant camellia room).Use letters and numbers S 149-196 for clones from sample site B in that room.
2. Culture plates, stocks, etc. that you are not finished with should be labeled on a piece of your your team color tape. Place the labeled cultures in your lab section's designated area in the incubator, the walk-in cold room, or at room temp. in a labeled rack. If you have a stack of plates, wrap a piece of your team color tape around the whole stack. 041b061a72