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"Steven G. Richter" <[log in to unmask]>
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Ed 
Sporulation media receipt was in the CFR 
I will try to find it

Steve

Steve's phone

On May 18, 2011, at 2:11 PM, "Dr. Michael J. Miller" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

>> Hi again Ed. After consideration, PDA may not work. Great for fungi but
>> for Bacillus it may be a stretch. I used to work with Bacillus popilliae
>> back in my college days (the spores infect Japanese beetle grubs and
>> kills them when the spores germinate and cause the blood to turn a milky
>> white) and we used a special sporulation medium that, as I can remember,
>> included yeast extract and no glucose. It also took weeks to get
>> sporulation to occur, hence my earlier recommendation that you may need
>> to let the growth go on for some time, regardless of the medium you end
>> up using. Good luck! Michael
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