Summer 2018:

Follow your samples.  

Use your sample ID number to find your samples and see what results we have found.  Follow your samples through the 5 steps of yeast identification

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Sample processing.

Your samples are en-route to the Rowley lab at the University of Idaho - stay tuned!

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Sample submitted.

Check what your samples looked like on day 0

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Did you sample have yeast?

Check what your samples looked like on day 21

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Yeast identification PART I:

Agar plates

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Yeast identification PART II:

Microscopy

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Yeast identification PART III:

What species is my yeast?

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STEP 1.

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STEP 6.

The University of Idaho, Moscow.

Department of Biological Sciences

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