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hemacytometer

[‚hē·mə·sī′täm·əd·ər]
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The ratio of the number of vital and dead cells in the suspension was obtained by staining the cells with trypan blue dye and counting in a Neubauer haemacytometer.
Cell counts were performed using a Neubauer haemacytometer and cell viability determined by neutral red uptake.
roseum in each sample were counted under a microscope with a haemacytometer.
The suspensions were sampled to count spore number with haemacytometer under light microscope and adjusted concentration to 105 spore mL-1 with sterile distilled water.
Rumen fluid was also determined for direct count of protozoa and fungal zoospores using the methods described by Galyean (1989) by a haemacytometer (Boeco, Singapore) and bacteria (total viable, cellulolytic, amylolytic, and proteolytic) were measured using roll-tube technique (Hungate, 1969).
The concentration of Fusarium sp used in this experiment was determined via Haemacytometer (Kiraly et al.
Microbial abundances: Samples for protozoa counting were mixed with 9% formaldehyde and preserved at -4[degrees]C, then counted in a haemacytometer under light microscope (Nikon YS100, Nikon, Yokohama, Japan) using the method of Dehority (2005).