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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#1. culture - one or more species of microorganism growing in a nutrient growth medium usually under specially controlled temperatures #2. pure culture - culture medium containing only one species...
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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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An Introduction to the Laboratory
...pure culture is necessary because there are many biochemical tests that are practical for the laboratory identification. #37. What trait must be known before deciding on what biochemical test to perform...
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Microbiology the clinical laboratories series by Jacqueline Marshall...
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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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Intro to Microbiology: Lab #2
Transfer of Bacteria-Aseptic Technique
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Intro to Microbiology : Lab 3
#1. nosocomial - infections acquired in the hospital #2. why do you invert plates when incubating - so the condensation will stay on the lid and not the testing material #3. colony - clone of genet...
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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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Micro Lab quiz 4, lab 10
#1. A given species may grow only on certain ___, ____ a certain sugar, produce a different ___, or be inhibited by certain ___. - Media Ferment End-product Chemicals #2. ___ can be gathered for...
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Use and care of the Microscope
#1. Simple Microscope - -consists of bi-convex lenses -similar to a magnifying glass #2. Brightfield microscope - -shows dark objects in a bright field #3. parts of brightfield compound microscope ...
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Intro to Micro: Lab 6
#1. flagella - submicroscopic structures composed of protein ~2 nanometers diameter (below the resolution of a light microscope) cell surface #2. Measure Motility - 1- direct observation of living...
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