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Obadiah Gichana
Mar 5

Hot to put an organism in a decicator ?

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To put an organism in a desiccator, follow these steps:

1. Ensure that the desiccator is clean and dry before use.
2. Place a layer of desiccant (such as silica gel or calcium chloride) at the bottom of the desiccator to absorb moisture.
3. Carefully place the organism inside the desiccator, making sure it is not touching the desiccant or the sides of the desiccator.
4. Close the desiccator lid tightly to create a sealed environment.
5. Monitor the desiccator regularly to ensure that the desiccant is still effective and replace it if necessary.
6. Store the desiccator in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight or heat sources.

By following these steps, you can effectively preserve and dry out the organism in the desiccator.

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