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Friday 7/31/15

Nine larvae/setting tanks to clean! Michael and I had an evening flight out east for his cousin’s wedding, so today was a pretty rushed day trying to get everything done and still make the 4:05p ferry. 243 more words

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Tuesday 7/28/15 and Wednesday 7/29/15

Tuesday 7/28/15

New Larvae

  • HC: 0
  • SS: some
  • NF: 0

Settlement

Set up an “overflow” setting system for larvae that do not go into the tile set-up. 530 more words

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Setting up for Setters (Monday 7/27/15)

On Monday 7/20/15 and Wednesday 7/22/15 I screened out the “160” tanks over 224 micron screens to see if any larvae were ready to settle. This is the same size class used by the hatchery to separate larvae out to put in their setting system. 329 more words

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Wednesday 6-24-15

Steven Roberts came to help out today, which made the Wednesday cleaning/collecting larvae only take about 2.5 hours. He did all of the larval counts, filtered out the SS larval catches, and cleaned many of the buckets. 260 more words

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Setting up an Oyster Garden

Monday (June 8) was my first day out at the NOAA Manchester Research Station in Washington State. Specifically, I’m working in the Kenneth K. Chew Center for Shellfish Research and Restoration… 460 more words

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Dec. 4, 2014

PCR of 16S Region

  • Verifying species identity as some may have actually been juvenile C. gigas
  1. BC3_7 redo
  2. BC3_11 redo
  3. BC3_12
  4. BC3_13
  5. BC3_15
  6. BC3_16
  7. BC3_17…
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Wed. Nov. 5, 2014

Ran out PCR from 11/4 and CA1_13-16

  • Gel was not bright on left side
  • All PCR bands were bright except 13,15,16
  •  DNA extracts
    • 13: 5…
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