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1978) (NA22 is avail- 17 1. 31 Advantageddisadvantages High-quality nematodes with no special preparation but low yield High-quality nematodes prepared from readily available ingredients but modest yield High yield, inexpensive to prepare but worms may be difficult to purify from egg debris and tend to form dauers from overcrowding Large quantities prepared in minimal number of culture vessels, but requires special equipment and personnel training; worms grown in liquid appear somewhat starved compared with those grown on NGM plates a Cost calculations include only expendable materials, not capital equipement or labor.

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