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What are the effects of the microholes in the plankton sampler?

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摘要:What are the effects of the microholes in the plankton sampler? When the plankton sampler is used, the micropores play a very important role. Do you know what effect these micropores can bring? 1. Micropores can improve sampling efficiency The microholes in the plankton sampler are designed to be so small that they effectively block larger particles, allowing only tiny microorganisms to pass through. In this way, not only can the interference of large particles on the microbial count ..
What are the effects of the microholes in the plankton sampler?

When the plankton sampler is used, the micropores play a very important role. Do you know what effect these micropores can bring?
1. Micropores can improve sampling efficiency
The microholes in the plankton sampler are designed to be so small that they effectively block larger particles, allowing only tiny microorganisms to pass through. In this way, not only can the interference of large particles on the microbial count be avoided, but also the sampling speed can be improved, thus improving the sampling efficiency.
2. Micropores can ensure the accuracy of sampling
Because the diameter of the microhole is very small, only specific microorganisms can pass through, so that non-target microorganisms can be avoided, thus ensuring the accuracy of the sampling. At the same time, the design of micropores also makes the passage of microorganisms more uniform, which is conducive to improving the accuracy of sampling.

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3. Micropores can protect the living state of microorganisms
During the sampling process, microorganisms may be affected by the external environment, such as temperature, humidity, light, etc., which may affect the survival state of microorganisms, thus affecting the subsequent detection and analysis. The design of micropores can effectively protect microorganisms and prevent them from being affected by the external environment, so as to ensure the survival of microorganisms.
4. Micropores can reduce losses during sampling
During the sampling process, microorganisms may be lost due to friction, collisions, etc. The design of microholes can effectively reduce these losses, so as to ensure the sampling effect.
5. The microhole can facilitate the processing after sampling
After sampling, the collected microorganisms need to be treated, such as culture, counting, etc. The design of micropores can facilitate these processing processes, thereby improving the efficiency and accuracy of processing.
The microholes on the plankton sampler can improve the sampling efficiency, ensure the accuracy of sampling, protect the living state of microorganisms, reduce the loss during sampling, and facilitate the treatment after sampling. These are the important effects of micropores in the plankton sampler.
However, although micropores have so many advantages, there are still some problems to pay attention to when using them. For example, the size of the microhole needs to be selected according to the target microorganism of the sample; The design of micropores should take into account the characteristics of microorganisms. The use of micropores requires regular cleaning and maintenance. Only in this way can we give full play to the role of micropores and improve the performance of the plankton sampler.