Laboratory rules; Apparatus; Reagents; Killing and fixation; Stains; Statinig procedures; Special methods; Whole-mount methods; The glycerin methods; Celloidin methods; Paraffin methods; Smear methods; Cytological methods; Microchemical methods; Sources of materials; Special methods for the various phyla; Schizophyta; Chlorophyta; Euglenophyta; Phyrrophyta; Chrisophyta; Phaeophyta; Cyanophyta; Rhodophyta; Muxothallophyta; Mycophyta; Bryophyta; Pteridophyta; Cycadophyta; Coniferophyta; Anthophyta.
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