During the past generation, Bacteriologists and Plant Pathologists have developed a technique for isolating unicellular forms of life. The purposes of these isolations have been to study the life history, polymorphism, physiology, parasitism and finally the classification of organisms. A brief historical review of these methods of isolation, especially those of single spores, might aid investigators in their researches and stimulate them to construct better apparatus and employ a superior technique.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
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Davis, W. H.
"Single Spore Isolation,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 37(1), 151-159.
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