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Save This saves user-defined profiles under the active profile name. Please consider: During image acquisition the live preview meantime is turned off as the camera is not providing preview data at the same time. Clear This deletes the active profile. Before saving you should check whether already a profile with the same name exists because it would be overwritten.

Then take another photo. Agarose gels. With zoom 55 mm the largest aperture is 5. High resolutions will cause longer data transfer times from camera to PC on computers with slow processors and memory below MB RAM.

Lens aperture. The higher the resolution the bigger the file size. For setting the exposure time. After the picture is taken the automatically used exposure time is displayed in the card Shot Conditions. Exposure time. After the picture is taken the automatically used aperture is displayed in the card Shot Conditions.

Otherwise photos may not be focussed. Resolution For choice of image resolution in pixels. A small aperture number stands for a wide open lens. Av For setting the lens aperture. It provides sufficient sensitivity by lowest background noise.

Only for the acquisition of very faint signals at high zoom factors it can be necessary to raise the sensitivity to higher ISO scores. Exposure Compensation For setting an exposure correction.

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Starting with these settings it is very easy and fast to optimize the camera settings for individual gels. A fine-tuning of the optimal exposure can be done in small steps. The arrow buttons are for manual focussing.

Fit resets the magnification. Due to the high iteration frequency of the picture and for this reason short exposure times it is possible that the live preview will not be as bright and focussed as the real gel picture.

For an easy optical control the magnification buttons beside the Live Preview can be used. For camera protection reasons the live preview is turned off after some minutes without any operation. Focus bar and Autofocus Button Autofocus triggers the autofocus.

Magnification buttons For easy control of image sharpness during manual focussing see above an area of the preview image can be enlarged by factor 5 resp. For closing of the capture window. That means that the area of interest must not be in blue or red colour. Invert For inverting of the gel picture. Saturation Activation of this function sets areas of the photo to blue or red colour if the signal reaches saturation.

This is important for an accurate detection of lanes in a subsequent gel analysis. This can be used as control whether the gel is positioned in straight form. This will cause differences in the saturation display of preview and photo. The pixels of the area to be quantitatively analyzed later must not be saturated.

Show Grid A grid can be displayed on top of the photo. When using longer exposure times it is possible that the live preview is darker than the photo. Analysis For saving the picture in the Biometra-specific BD1 format. Print image A print preview window is opened. Comments File comments can be entered. Print parameter It can be chosen whether the gel picture is printed with or without camera settings.

Shot Conditions Setting parameters of the gel photo or the loaded gel file are shown. It is possible to select the desired printer DIN A4 printer or thermal printer. BD1 is standard format in the gel analysis part of the BioDocAnalyze software.

These comments are only saved in BD1format files! Please regard: It is only possible to print around 20 chars per line and 5 lines.

Save image The displayed gel picture is saved in JPG. Then the displayed gel picture can be printed. When the capture window is opened it starts with the camera settings of the last opened profile. Please see details of the different functions in section 4.

Switch on the light source of the darkhood. Switch on the live preview: Place the gel with the help of the live preview in the transilluminator center. Be aware that these settings are not displayed in the camera settings. After the picture is taken the aperture display on the card is actualized to the really used one.

In these cases the camera automatically chooses the largest possible lens aperture. Please set also the macro mode flower symbol on camera back.

The photos are saved on the compact flash card. When the autofocus does not succeed to take a focussed picture although there is a clear object in the image center please - set a longer exposure time Shooting Mode Manual - set less zoom.

This manual focus is not available for use with remote control by the computer. After the picture is taken the automatically used exposure time is displayed in the card Settings. For use of the manual focus please disconnect the USB cable of the camera from the PC and run the camera separately.

For setting the lens aperture. This can cause difficulties for the autofocus. A higher zoom reduces the amount of light that reaches the camera sensors. After the picture is taken the automatically used aperture is displayed in the card Settings.

White Balance For setting the white balance. In most cases it is advised to use ISO ISO For setting of the sensitivity. Autofocus Distance For definition of distance where the autofocus will look for the sample. Only for the acquisition of very faint signals at high zoom factors it can be necessary to raise the sensitivity to ISO Colors can be mirrored more true to original when the illumination source is set.

Value ISO is recommended for low illumination and big zoom.

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Flash For activation or deactivation of the flash. This setting will lead within the limited distance of camera to gel to wellfocussed pictures over the whole range of zoom.

Please note: When you are changing the zoom you have to set the autofocus again! Place a non-fluorescent ruler on the gel. The principle of this function is that first a clear bright tool is placed in the center and the autofocus is directed to that. This may happen with gels which have no bands or have only very weak bands in the gel center or when using a high zoom.

Then the camera will react directly after the parameter on the card is changed. Delay With activated Delay function the camera updates the internal settings with a 5 seconds delay after the last change of settings parameters in the cards Setting and Advanced.

If it is intended only to change one parameter it is more practical to deactivate the delay function. This function can be used for photos which cannot be focussed with the autofocus. After fixing the autofocus in this position the tool is removed and the photo can be taken.

The use of the delay function is recommended for a faster operating if the user wants to change several parameters before taking the next picture. This can be helpful in case that the camera fails to focus automatically. Saturation Activation of this function sets areas of the photo to blue colour if the signal reaches saturation.

Autofocus For manual activation of the autofocus. That means that the area of interest must not be in blue colour. These functions have to be activated again when it is desired to have. The picture is transferred from camera to PC and is displayed in the gel window in the right of the Capture window.

Then it is not necessary to wait the 5 seconds standard delay for automatic updating. File comments can be entered. Save image Via disc icon the active gel picture is saved in JPG. Comments The complete parameters are only saved with photos in BD1 files. Image Shot tions Condi. Exit For closing of the capture window. Setting parameters of the gel photo or the loaded gel file are shown.

Use the original packing or a similar robust packing when returning the material. Please confirm in writing Equipment Decontamination Certificate before every return that the device is free of radioactive and dangerous biological contamination.

Return instructions Please contact our service department for providing a return authorization number RAN. Contaminated devices sent to Biometra will be refused! The sender will be liable for the repair order in case of damage resulting from an inadequate decontamination of the device.

Returns without the RAN will be not be accepted! Return only faulty devices.

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The darkhood must be shipped on a pallet. Germany Tel: For any technical problem that is not clearly identifiable as a device failure. Clean every part of the device from residues such as chemical. This number has to be applied clearly visible to the outer box. Please include a note with the following information: The transilluminator has to removed from the hood and must be shipped separately!

The drawer must be secured with some packing material to avoid that the drawer is moving and touching the UV protection shield during transport. Use of genetically change organism or parts of those: Please contact your responsible person for details.

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Environmental Change Unit. Studies suggest that temperature increase. Under this system the vegetation in a forest land area is cleared and burnt and the area is then cultivated to upland rice for 1 to 2 years before the farmers move to new areas. Minimizing deforestation resulting from upland rice cultivation Upland rice cultivation.

Chinese rice production increased sustainably from million tonnes in to million tonnes in Varietal differences could be used to lessen methane emission in rice production. Briefing Paper New Series. The world population continues to grow steadily.. Climate change and vulnerable places: The development of wetland rice in sub-Saharan Africa would markedly reduce the deforestation which currently results from upland rice cultivation.

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Furthermore, studies have demonstrated that the production and distribution of thus the supply of and access to rice food in different parts of the world might be affected greatly by the global climate changes. Rice yield decline with higher night temperature from global warming.

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