Fusarium sp. is considered as a plant pathogen of temperate growing regions, where it causes Fusarium head blight in various grains. The species was isolated that was found to grow on its host seed (Finger millet) with a cottony appearance. The species was visualized under Foldscope by Lactophenol cotton blue staining.
Stomatal opening observed in the leaf of Piper betle plant (stained with safranin) at the campus of NEHU, Tura Campus, West Garo Hills, Meghalaya.
The pictures depicts the Gram character of Lactobacillus helveticus (GenBank Acc. No. KU644578) isolated from traditional fermented fish (Nakham) samples of Garo Hills, Meghalaya, India.