• Micro-Lab 1
    observing prepared bacterial slides. Additionally, it will be necessary to prepare slides so as to observe bacterial cultures from yogurt as well as to observe the composition of blood (i.e. red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets). Procedure: Exercise 1: Viewing Prepared Slides To begin...
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  • lab 1
    how to use a microscope and oil immersion lens while observing prepared bacterial slides and also to prepare slides for observable bacteria culture from yogart. Procedure: Exercise 1: Using the Microscope - Viewing Prepared Slides I started out by reading and reviewed the science lab safety...
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  • Observing Blood and Bacteria
    field 6. Stage: holds the specimen or slide 7. Diaphragm: controls the volume of light reaching the specimen or slide 8. Inclination joint: tilts the microscope for angled viewing 9. Light source: a mirror, lamp, or bulb for illuminating slide work 10. Main Tube: connects the eyepiece...
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  • Observing Bacteria
    Streptobacillus bacteria in yogurt. Purpose: The purpose of this lab was to display knowledge of the use of a compound microscope with and without an oil immersion lens while observing and identifying various bacterial shapes and arrangements, including a self prepared yogurt culture. Procedure: ...
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  • Lab Assignment
    with lens paper and nine different slides were chosen upon inspection, two of which were fresh. Each slide was carefully observed at each magnification (4x, 10x, 40x). Observations were reported in table and drawings of my findings. Table 1 Specimens | “e” slide | Penicillium with conidia | ...
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  • Microbiology
    magnification being utilized. Through various magnifications using 10x, 40x and 100x oil immersion lenses, the bacteria specimens, along with fresh and prepared yogurt, demonstrated full visual optical views of their shapes and how the different types were displayed at different levels of magnification. Purpose ...
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  • Lab 1 Microscope
    4x, 10x, 40x, and 100x powers E. Stage- The flat plate where the slides are placed for observation F. Diaphragm- Generally a five hold disc placed under the stage. Used to vary the intensity and size of the cone of light to see the slide. G. Illuminator- A light source, used to reflect light from an external...
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  • obeserving bacteris and blood
    specimens (yogurt and blood). Procedures: Exercise 1: Observation of prepared slides using the microscope. The observation of the 8 prepared slides was performed by making adjustments to the microscope (focus, condenser, light) in order to establish a clear image of the specimen. The slide was viewed...
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  • Lab Module 1
    focal lengths. E. Stage - holds the object to be viewed F. Diaphragm – controls the amount of light reaching the slide G. Light source – a mirror, lamp, or bulb for illuminating slide work. H. Course adjustment – used for the initial focusing of field I. Fine adjustment – used for the final focusing...
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  • Microbiology Lab Chap 1
    students’ writing of lab reports by providing this information in an editable file which can be sent to an instructor. Exercise 1: Viewing Prepared Slides Questions A. Identify the...
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  • Observing Bacteria and Blood
    rotates them D- Objective Lens: Provides different focal lengths E- Stage: Holds the specimen or slide F- Diaphragm: Controls the volume of light reaching the specimen or slide G- Light Source: illuminates slide work H- Course Adjustment: For initial focusing of the viewing field I- Fine Adjustment: For...
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  • Micro Lab
    growth and is then directed to identify them in an actual yogurt culture. The steps for conducting the lab are as followed: Exercise #1, Part I. 1. Set up and clean your microscope as outlined by the lab manual and place the “e” focusing slide on the stage within the spring loaded lever. 2. Observe...
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  • 0bserving Bacteria and Blood
    applied to the specimen can enhance contrast. C. Describe your observations from fresh yogurt slide you prepared in Part III. -the fresh yogurt slide had cocci chains and cocci pairs. I found that this slide the bacteria was clumped together more. I first thought they were in clusters because the...
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  • Microbiology Labs
    Cultures in Yogurt . Preparing a Blood Slide and observing Blood: After reviewing the section of the manual as instructed I cleaned the ocular lenses and prepared the slides. I made required adjustments to the microscope and ocular distances for view during experiment. I practiced using six prepared slides...
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  • Microbiology Lab Session 1 Observing Bacteria and Blood
    functions and operations of the microscope through observation of bacteria and blood slides that are available for this assignment. We are also learning to “see” and observe various bacteria and their shapes as well as live yogurt cultures, blood, plaque and cheek swab samples and their arrangements. We are...
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  • Microbiology Lab Report
    lab exercise familiarized the student with the use of a microscope by observing and identifying various different slides under the microscope. The student practiced observing the given slides under the 10x, 40x, and 100x (oil immersion) objective lenses, which allowed for the identification of the different...
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  • Yahourt
    to tell you about a food that is favourite in summer. Can you guess it??? And that’s right,it is yogurt. My talk is particular for all of you. I believe that our talk can help you know more about yogurt and use it effectively to have a good health. In this presentation, we will focus on 3 main parts...
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  • Biology
    environment was changed. After observing the changes both cellular structures were compared. Materials * Sterile Swabs * Microscope Slides * Coverslips * Methylene Blue * Methylene Green * DI water * 0.9% NaCl * 5% NaCl * Kimwipes * Elodea Springs *...
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  • Law Assignment
    the audience to remember _____/3 Power Point Had a title slide, four other slides and Works Cited slide(s) Used phrases and key words – was not too text heavy (did not read the slides to the audience) Speaker referred to each slide Speaker talked to the audience not the screen Power point...
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  • my assignment
    Gram-negative bacteria, Gram-staining is still an important way to characterize bacteria. Gram-staining begins by getting cells to stick on a clean microscope slide. Such prep is called a bacterial smear. To a bacterial smear the following chemicals are applied to make a Gram-stain. Other than that, we also used...
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