Re: [Histonet] plants in histology lab

From:Victor Tobias

Spider plants seem to like the fumes and I'm all for plants in the lab 
unless there are other regulations.


Mrosla, Tina M wrote:

>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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