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An improved preparation technique for identification of plant cuticle in animal faeces



An improved preparation technique for identification of plant cuticle in animal faeces



New Zealand journal of botany: 14 (1) 117-119



The method involves soaking fresh sheep pellets in fine nylon mesh bags for about 2 wk followed by gentle washing through 2 sieves, decanting and using ethyl alcohol as the liquid. Even fragile species such as Trifolium repens and Anthoxanthum odoratum were identifiable.

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DOI: 10.1080/0028825x.1976.10428658


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