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fuchsin (fyo͞ok`sĭn) or
magenta (məjĕn`tə), bright red dyestuff consisting of the mixed hydrochlorides or acetates of rosaniline and pararosaniline. It is composed of small crystals possessing a brilliant green sheen; when dissolved they produce a red solution, which dyes animal fibers directly and vegetable fibers after mordanting. The solution is used in the textile and leather industries and as a stain in biology.
C20H19N3 Brownish-red crystals, used as a dye or in the commercial preparation of other dyes, and as an antifungal drug. Also known as magenta; rosaniline.
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Final J2 and male populations were obtained from root system and soil; soil nematodes extracted from soil by modified Cobb's sieving method (Whitehead and Hemming, 1965) and root population (mature and immature females) from the root system stained by NaOCl- Acid Fuchsin
method (Byrd et al.
Mycorrhizal researchers also selected acid fuchsin
, cotton blue, chlorazol black E, and wheat germ agglutinin as the mycorrhizal stains, which are azo dyes and cannot be used as less-toxic replacements (Vierheilig et al.
They were then placed in acid fuchsin
double stain for 5 minutes and then washed in 75% ethanol for about five minutes to remove the excess stain and begin the process of dehydration.
01% acid fuchsin
(w/v) in solution of acid-glycerin-water (875mL lactic acid, 63mL glycerin, 63mL water) for one hour at 55[degrees]C.