That isn't a bad suggestion, but the original question that seems so far
back was from a student looking for bacteria that produced water soluble dye
as a means of measuring viability. Pd.
"Dr. Artem Evdokimov" <eudokima at mail.ncifcrf.gov> wrote in message
news:3B44DBB1.5FA614F2 at mail.ncifcrf.gov...
> Oh you can also use ordinary film in the dark room, and then scan and
> quantitate the exposure.
>> If you need a cheap (though labor-intensive) method of cunting your
> bugs, why not to use the serial diltion/colony plating method ? All that
> one takes is a student with some patience and oodles of cheap petri
>> "Dr. Artem Evdokimov" wrote:
> > Luminometer = spectrophotometer with lamp turned off...
> > A.
> > > Because that would require a luminometer if the student is trying to
> > > quantify growth under different conditions and since a luminometer
> > > times as much as a spectrophotomer ..................... Pd.
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