\hˈɪsɪz mˈɛθədz], \hˈɪsɪz mˈɛθədz], \h_ˈɪ_s_ɪ_z m_ˈɛ_θ_ə_d_z]\
Definitions of HISS'S METHODS
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For demonstrating the capsules of microorganisms: 1. A saturated alcoholic solution of fuchsin or gentian violet, 5, in water, 95, is poured on the dried cover-glass preparation and heated, and is then washed off with a 20 per cent. solution of copper sulphate. 2. The fixed specimen is covered for a few seconds with gentian-violet solution and then washed off with a 0.25 per cent. solution of potassium carbonate.
By Stedman, Thomas Lathrop
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