Acid fuchsin | definition of acid fuchsin by Medical dictionary
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any of several red to purple dyes, sometimes specifically basic fuchsin
acid fuchsin a mixture of sulfonated fuchsins; used in various complex stains.
ac·id fuch·sin [C.I. 42685]
a mixture of the sodium salts, bi- and trisulfonic acids of rosanilin and pararosanilin; used as an indicator dye and for staining of cytoplasm and collagen.
ac·id fuch·sin (as'id fūk'sin)
[CI 42685] A mixture of sulfonated salts of rosanilin and pararosanilin; used as an indicator dye and for staining of cytoplasm and collagen.
any of several red to purple dyes.
a mixture of sulfonated fuchsins; used in various complex stains.
a histological stain, a mixture of pararosaniline, rosaniline and magenta II. Also, a mixture of rosaniline and pararosaniline hydrochlorides used as a local anti-infective.
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The J2 in the whole root system were then stained using acid fuchsin
(DAYKIN & HUSSEY, 1985) and counted under stereomicroscope.
This test is described in detail in the final regulation and basically involves pumping Syngyna fluid (a combination of sodium chloride, certified reagent acid fuchsin
and distilled water) into a tampon until the tampon is saturated.
Invasion and life stages of the nematodes that invaded the control or treated roots were visualized by acid fuchsin
staining of the whole root system of all the plants (Byrd et al.
He prepared his neutral stain by gradually pouring a saturated aqueous methylene blue solution into a saturated aqueous acid fuchsin
solution until granules precipitated and later redissolved with additional acid fuchsin