In article <199809181806.LAA08820 at net.bio.net>,
jbwolf at ceeb.uky.edu ("Jason Wolf") wrote:
> I am looking for advice on raising very small numbers of Drosophila
> melanogaster in individual containers. Ideally this would be done on
> a very small amount of food (ca. 0.2 ml) in a small container,
> allowing me to raise between 2 and 5 larvae to pupation in each
>> If anyone has done this, or has ideas please let me know.
I separated eggs [ 0.8 mm]from food and from glass . I wosh eggs by wother in
special dishes and I deposited them to small containers. 50 % of eggs were
Sincerely Ladislav you can answer me at following address:
ltopinka at okubk.cz
Exscuse me my eglish !!
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