• Unknown Paper
    sample of original unknown bacteria #57. Tube agar slant (for reserve stock #57) Incubator for 25 & 37 degree celcius and refrigerator Agar streak plates KOH solution Sterile pipettes and sterile water Gas Pak kit Inculating loop and inoculating stab Glass slide Microscope Crystal violet, safarin...
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  • Bio Lab Manuel
    macromolecules and how these differences can be used to design tests for each molecule. d.) Identify macromolecules in solutions using chemical analyses. e.) Practice recording data, writing up results, and drawing conclusions. II. Introduction to the Scientific Method To design an experiment about a particular...
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  • Aseptic Technique & Culturing Microbes
    microorganisms to safe levels), or disinfect (remove most microorganisms but not highly resistant ones) are not sufficient to prevent infection. E. Describe three common forms of growth that you are likely to see in a broth culture. Pellicle – mass of organisms floating in or on top if broth Turbidity...
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  • The Antibacterial Effect of Papaya Leaves Extract on Staphylococcus Episdermidis
    The Antibacterial Effect of Papaya (Carica) Leaves Extract on Staphylococcus epidermidis Virgen Milagrosa University Foundation Special Science High School Martin P. Posadas Avenue, San Carlos City, Pangasinan Researcher S.Y. 2010-2011 The Antibacterial...
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  • Lab Exam 1 Review
    Print/study the lab study pages from Blackboard and answer the questions. Relate these pictures to your own data in the lab manual. 2. Study your lab manual. 3. Study this sheet and make sure your lab manual has the correct answers. Exercise 1—the Microscope Know the compound microscope cold—PARTS...
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  • Bio L
    abMader: Biology 10/e Lab Resource Guide 1 Scientific Method 2 Metric Measurement and Microscopy 3 Chemical Composition of Cells 4 Cell Structure and Function 5 How Enzymes Function 6 Photosynthesis 7 Cellular Respiration 8 Mitosis and Meiosis 9 Mendelian Genetics 10 Human...
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  • Bacterial Growth Rates
    Shigella colonies which do not ferment lactose or sucrose and appear red or white in color with no growth to trace growth on the Agar plate will be present. Triple Sugar-Iron Agar – Presence of Shigella will manifest as a red slant with a yellow butt with no H2S present. In Brilliant Green Agar, E. coli...
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  • micro
    Can viruses be seen with a light microscope? no- viruses can only be seen with an electron microscope. Can the genome of a virus contain both RNA and DNA? no- they only contain one or the other. Whats a genome? entirety of an organism's hereditary information. True or false: Virus genome might...
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  • Ubiquity of Bacteria
    Tryptic Soy Broth (TSB) plate with a sample from the environment. TSB is rich in nutrients and can support the growth of a number of bacteria or fungi; therefore you will be able to isolate microorganisms from your hands or other parts of the body or from the oral cavity, from your benchtop or from other...
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  • Catalase
    volume of hydrogen peroxide and observing the reaction. The formation of bubbles, oxygen, indicates a positive result. This easy assay, which can be seen with the naked eye, without the aid of instruments, is possible because catalase has a very high specific activity, which produces a detectable response...
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  • Bleeh
    infection sites (Kozier, 2008). Ninety percent of the nosocomial infections are caused by bacterial strains of Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Staphylococcus aureus, E. coli, Klebsiella pneumonia, and Proteus species (Jain, et al., 2007). Nosocomial infection is a major public health problem throughout the world (Bhatt...
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  • Biofilms
    wound–related research, Oregon Health & Science University Department of Surgery, 3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Road Portland, OR 97239 USA. *Corresponding author: E-mail: wongvi@ohsu.edu 2 Biotechnology Vol. 3: Plant Biotechnology the understanding of chronic wound pathophysiology remains incomplete[13–19]. Biofilms...
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  • Microbiology
    Life: Origin and Discovery Read Sections 1.1-1.5 Microbiology: the study of organisms too small to be seen with the naked eye * Microbe- living organism that requires a microscope to be seen (mm-picometers) * Microorganisms are everywhere. * our bodies * foods * environment ...
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  • Prevalence and Molecular Characteristics of Vibrio Cholerae and Escherichia Coli Specific Bacteriophages in Surface Water Samples of Dhaka City
    throughout my thesis work and during preparation of this dissertation. I feel proud to express my heartfelt gratitude to my reverend research supervisor, Dr. S. M. Faruque, Senior Scientist, Molecular Genetics Laboratory, Laboratory Science Division, ICDDR,B, for allowing me to use the facilities and for his...
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  • Research Proposal
    (H2O2) added to the milk. Specifically, the effects of the activated lactoperoxidase will be examined on Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus epidermidis through colony counting and measurement of zones of inhibition. Knowing the appropriate concentrations required for activation of the lactoperoxidase system...
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  • Isolation of Pure Cultures by Dilution Techniques and Gram Staining Method
    Table 2. The observation of the colonies on the nutrient agar plates after incubated Three isolation techniques were used; streak plate, spread plate and pour plate and the agar plates were then inverted and incubated at 370C for one day. The distributions of colonies were then observed. Observations...
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  • Algal Culturing Technique
    from Elsevier’s Science & Technology Rights Department in Oxford, UK: phone: (+44) 1865 843830, fax: (+44) 1865 853333, e-mail: permissions@elsevier.com.uk. You may also complete your request on-line via the Elsevier homepage (http://elsevier.com), by selecting “Customer Support” and then “Obtaining Permissions...
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  • Chemistry
    further phases: G1 phase (Gap 1) S phase (Synthesis) G2 phase (Gap 2) G1 phase corresponds to the interval between mitosis and initiation of DNA replication. During G1 phase the cell is metabolically active and continuously grows but does not replicate its DNA. S or synthesis phase marks the period...
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  • Replica Plating Joshua and Esther Lederbergs
    cm diameter and held firmly in place wvith a metal flange or hoop pushed over the fabric and around the rim of the support. The agar plate carrying the initial colonies is inverted onto the I No. 473. This work has been supported by grants from the Research Committee, Graduate School, University of Wisconsin...
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  • -Positive Staphylococcus aureus Isolates Detection of Oxacillin-Susceptible mecA -Positive Staphylococcus aureus Isolates by Use of Chromogenic Medium MRSA ID
    the rise. Because of their susceptibility to oxacillin and cefoxitin, it is very difficult to detect them by using routine phenotypic methods. We describe two such isolates that were detected by chromogenic medium and confirmed by characterization of the mecA gene element. B y definition, methicillin-resistant...
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