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by Antje Danz & Maria Degand
 
by Antje Danz & Maria Degand
 
== Culturing "general" ==
 
== Culturing "general" ==
Our Websearch:
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Our Web researching:
 
Wheat + Distilled Water, Boil, cool down and put Amoeba proteus in.  
 
Wheat + Distilled Water, Boil, cool down and put Amoeba proteus in.  
  
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Rice + Soil decoction in Volvic Water  
 
Rice + Soil decoction in Volvic Water  
  
=== Cultur tests ===
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=== Culture medium testing ===
==== Wheat ====
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==== Wheat grains====
 
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1. Wheat (crushed) + Distilled Water, boil, cool down and put Amoeba proteus in.  
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1. Wheat grains (crushed) + Distilled water, boil, cool down and put Amoeba proteus in.  
Take wheat out before it starts to mould.  
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Take wheat grains out before it starts to mould.  
  
2. Volvic Water and wheat (crushed) and put Amoeba proteus in.  
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2. Volvic water andwheat grains (crushed) inoculate with Amoeba proteus.  
Take wheat out before it starts to mould.  
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Take wheat grains out before it starts to mould.  
  
( IDEA: Pond water (Ilm water from behind mensa) and wheat (crushed) and put Amoeba proteus in.  
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( IDEA: Pond water (Ilm water from behind mensa) and wheat (crushed) inoculate with Amoeba proteus.  
Take wheat out before it starts to mould. )
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Take wheat grains out before it starts to mould. )
  
==== Rice ====
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==== Rice grains ====
3. Rice + Soil (Heilerde) + Water + Amoebe  
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3. Grains of rice (uncooked) + healing clay + Water + Amoebe proteus
  
4. Rice + Komposterde + Water + Amoebe
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4. Grains of rice (uncooked) + compost soil + Water + Amoeba proteus
  
 
==== Extra ====  
 
==== Extra ====  
  
5. Wheat-Water + Coffee
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5. Decoction of wheat + drip brew
  
6. Wheat-Water + Wheat + Algae Euglena Mix
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6. Decoction of wheat + whole wheat grains + Algae Euglena Mix
  
 
=== Observations ===
 
=== Observations ===
  
  
=== Sources ===  
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=== Resources ===  
 
Biology Discussion. (2018). Amoeba Proteus: Habitat, Structure and Metabolism. [online] Available at: http://www.biologydiscussion.com/invertebrate-zoology/protozoa/amoeba-proteus-habitat-structure-and-metabolism/28183 [Accessed 9 Nov. 2018].
 
Biology Discussion. (2018). Amoeba Proteus: Habitat, Structure and Metabolism. [online] Available at: http://www.biologydiscussion.com/invertebrate-zoology/protozoa/amoeba-proteus-habitat-structure-and-metabolism/28183 [Accessed 9 Nov. 2018].
  
 
Helbig, G. (2018). Lebendkulturen Helbig. [online] Lebendkulturen.de. Available at: http://lebendkulturen.de/index.php/kulturen/amoeba-proteus [Accessed 9 Nov. 2018].
 
Helbig, G. (2018). Lebendkulturen Helbig. [online] Lebendkulturen.de. Available at: http://lebendkulturen.de/index.php/kulturen/amoeba-proteus [Accessed 9 Nov. 2018].

Revision as of 20:53, 10 November 2018

by Antje Danz & Maria Degand

Culturing "general"

Our Web researching: Wheat + Distilled Water, Boil, cool down and put Amoeba proteus in.

What the producer wrote: Rice + Soil decoction in Volvic Water

Culture medium testing

Wheat grains

WhatsApp Image 2018-11-09 at 17.40.32(4).jpeg

1. Wheat grains (crushed) + Distilled water, boil, cool down and put Amoeba proteus in. Take wheat grains out before it starts to mould.

2. Volvic water andwheat grains (crushed) inoculate with Amoeba proteus. Take wheat grains out before it starts to mould.

( IDEA: Pond water (Ilm water from behind mensa) and wheat (crushed) inoculate with Amoeba proteus. Take wheat grains out before it starts to mould. )

Rice grains

3. Grains of rice (uncooked) + healing clay + Water + Amoebe proteus

4. Grains of rice (uncooked) + compost soil + Water + Amoeba proteus

Extra

5. Decoction of wheat + drip brew

6. Decoction of wheat + whole wheat grains + Algae Euglena Mix

Observations

Resources

Biology Discussion. (2018). Amoeba Proteus: Habitat, Structure and Metabolism. [online] Available at: http://www.biologydiscussion.com/invertebrate-zoology/protozoa/amoeba-proteus-habitat-structure-and-metabolism/28183 [Accessed 9 Nov. 2018].

Helbig, G. (2018). Lebendkulturen Helbig. [online] Lebendkulturen.de. Available at: http://lebendkulturen.de/index.php/kulturen/amoeba-proteus [Accessed 9 Nov. 2018].