• Micro-Lab 1
    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 this lab experiment I first constructed my incubator using a small Styrofoam cooler and a standard 7 watt light bulb...
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  • Observing Blood and Bacteria
    the background relative to the specimen `. C. Describe your observations from fresh yogurt slide you prepared in Part III. In the fresh yogurt slide, I could see both cocci and bacillus bacteria, but usually they appeared to occur as a single rod or sphere although there was some...
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  • lab 1
    oil immersion len. I observed what great amount of magnification and clarity. the slides was highly focused and easy the view individual cells. Exercise 2: Observing Bacteria Cultures in Yogurt I prepared a teaspoon of yogurt in a cup and placed it inside my closet for 12 to24 hours. Then...
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  • Microbiology
    lab exercise was observance under an 100x oil immersion lens for more prepared slides: Bacteria Coccus form, Bacteria spirillum, and Bacteria Bacillus form while still maintaining to observe the shapes and arrangements. Additionally, the fresh yogurt slide that was sitting for 24 hours in a dark, warm...
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  • Observing Bacteria
    and arrangements, including a self prepared yogurt culture. Procedure: Exercise 1: Viewing Prepared Slides 1. After setting up and cleaning all lenses, place the prepared e slide properly on the stage. 2. View the slide under the10x objective by moving it around with the X and Y stage...
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  • Lab 1 Microscope
    specimen C. Describe your observations from fresh yogurt slide you prepared in Part III. We did not do the fresh yogurt slide. D. Were there observable differences between your fresh yogurt slide and the prepared yogurt slide? If so, describe them. The prepared yogurt slide was purple spheres...
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  • Lab Assignment
    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 | Bacteria, bacillus form | yeast | Bacteria, coccus form | Bacteria, spirillium form | Prepared yogurt slide...
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  • Microbiology Lab Chap 1
    yogurt slide and the prepared yogurt slide? If so, explain. Yes there was an observable difference in the two slides. The fresh yogurt slide had active moving bacteria and the prepared slide just had bacteria that were stationary. C. Describe the four main bacterial shapes. Cocci – Are...
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  • obeserving bacteris and blood
    knobs and levers for the desired result) as well as how do decide the proper objective to use for observing a specimen. The second goal major goal of this experiment was to practice observing live specimens (yogurt and blood). Procedures: Exercise 1: Observation of prepared slides using the...
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  • Lab Module 1
    between fresh yogurt under the microscope and the prepared yogurt slide? If so, briefly describe them. There is an observable difference. The fresh yogurt slide has less bacterial growth than the prepared yogurt slide. By leaving the prepared yogurt unrefrigerated the bacterial were given the...
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  • Observing Bacteria and Blood
    . Contrast: related to the illumination system and can be adjusted by changing the intensity of the light and diaphragm aperture; the difference in lighting between adjacent areas of the specimen C. Describe your observations from fresh yogurt slide you prepared in Part III. While viewing under...
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  • Micro Lab
    setting very low. 4. Then view the prepared stain yogurt slide from the kit and compare the two slides. 5. Clean the collection vials and slides thoroughly after each use. Purpose: The two exercises in this lab demonstrate the importance of knowing how to use an electron microscope to best...
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  • 0bserving Bacteria and Blood
    stains 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...
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  • Microbiology Lab Session 1 Observing Bacteria and Blood
    cultures. B. Were there observable differences between your fresh yogurt slide and the prepared yogurt slide? If so, explain. I did not see any observable differences and this was peculiar to me. C. Describe the four main bacterial shapes: There are the bacillus which are rod shaped bacteria, and...
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  • Microbiology Labs
    and blood. PROCEDURES: Using the microscope, an oil immersion lens and observing Bacteria 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...
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  • Microbiology Lab Report
    bacteria are found in: * Singly/individually * Pairs (diplo) * Strands (strepto) * Clusters (staphylo) G. Specific bacterial morphologies that were identified on either yogurt slide: * Prepared yoghurt – contained bacilli and diplobacilli. * Fresh yoghurt – contained...
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  • Yahourt
    of yogurt. Ah, another thing, don’t worry about taking notes, we have prepared handling out copies of Power Point slides for all of you. Our talk will last … minutes and we will be glad to answer any questions during the presentation.   BODY Part 1: The history and development of...
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  • Biology
    * Marking pencils * Yogurt * Bunsen burner Protocol Staining with methylene blue * A Bunsen burner is needed for the lab and should be set up since it will be used as a cleaning and drying method for the lab. * Each of the bacteria cultures will be put onto a clean slide...
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  • Law Assignment
    things well _____/6 Conclusion Cues the ending Reviews the main points Finishes with an idea or statement for 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...
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  • my assignment
    positive and negative Gram stain. Dilution techniques 1. Prepare the plate agar media aseptically for growing the bacteria. 2. To prepare and maintain a pure culture. PROCEDURES Gram staining 1. The slide is cleaned and labelled for one of the cultures. 2. The Gram stain is prepared. The...
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