RE: [Histonet] plants in histology lab

From:"Rogerson Kemlo (ELHT) Pathology"

Best use them like canaries they used down coal mines; if the plants
die, get out. If they live keep a watchful eye on them; feng shui uses
plants in strategic areas of the room, near doors I think. Get the
Company to buy them as a safety device and for stress relief.

-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf Of Mrosla,
Tina M
Sent: 21 September 2005 18:45
Subject: [Histonet] plants in histology lab

We are trying to decide if we should have plants in our  histology lab
or not.
It would be nice, for the formalin fumes and such, but we are wondering
about contamination.
Does anyone have any suggestions and would certain plants be better to
have than others, or none at all?
Thank you,

St. Joseph's Histology
St. Paul, MN

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