Micro Lab: Microbiological Chemical Test Guide
Fermentation Tests, Respiration Tests, &Nutrient Utilization Tests
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Micro Lab: Streak and Spread Swab Techniques
#1. What is the goal of creating a spread plate? - To distribute bacteria so that a uniform layer of growth is present across the entire plate. #2. What are spreads commonly used for? - antibiotic a...
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Into to Micro: Lab 7
#1. exoenzymes - enzymes that function outside of the cell #2. endoenzymes - enzymes that work inside the cell #3. Starch Hydrolysis - starch + iodine = blue-purple color if starch is present star...
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Intro to Micro: Lab 5
#1. negative/indirect stain - employs an acidic dye that has little infinity for the cells- instead stains the background #2. capsule - presence will protect from phagocytosis chemically composed...
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Micro Lab quiz 3, lab 9
#1. The testing of _____ to antibiotics and antimicrobials can be accomplished by several methods. - microbial sensitivity #2. The testing of microbial sensitivity to _____ and _____ can be accom...
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Micro Lab Final
#1. the size of the image we view relative to the actual size of the object viewed - magnification #2. if you are looking through the 40x objective, your total magnification would be(something li...
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Study For Micro Lab Final
__________ must be increased.. - light intensity #5. Laboratory Safety - Always flame inoculation loops and...needles should be sterilized by incineration #6. Laboratory Protocol - Microscope Slides use dry lens...
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Microbio Lab Practical 1
...diseases of varying severity. Individuals may do laboratory work, not prone to splashes or aerosol generation...to prevent aerosol transmission out of the laboratory and lab access is restricted. Specially trained...
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Micro Lab quiz 4, lab 11
#1. Most pathogenic bacteria in the human body are - gram positive #2. to determine the ___ of a bacterial infection, the bacteria must be isolated and specifically identified. - causative agent #...
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#1. what is the gram reaction and morphology of the streptococci? - All Streptococci are Gram positive.Appear in pairs and chains #2. State 2 ways the streptcocci are classified. - -Hemolytic proper...
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Micro Lab Test 1
#1. "selects" which organisms are allowed to grow - Selective media #2. differentiates between colonies (coloform v. non-coloform) - Differential media #3. Is Blood Agar selective, Differential or b...
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Micro Lab exam 1
#1. The complete destruction or removal of all microorganisms, including viruses and endospores. - Sterileization #2. A process in which vegetative (actively growing) microorganisms are destroyed...
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Microbiology Lab Practical Written
#1. This microbe is important in advancing the decay of enamel? A. E. coli B. Mycobacterium C. Bacillus D. Lactobacillus E. Staphylococcus - Answer: D #2. This...
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