• Lab Report
    inal attachment Lab Experiment number 11  PURPOSE: To learn the Gram stain technique, the reason for the stain, and how to identify the results of the organisms stained.  MATERIALS: Bunsen burner, inoculating loop, staining tray, glass slides, bibulous paper, lens paper, oil, and microscope  ...
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  • Fwr Bacteriology
    Exercise 8-B Differential Staining Gram Staining and Acid Fast Staining Introduction: Differential Staining, one which facilitates differentiation of various elements in a specimen is a general term that can refer to a number of specific processes. Using multiple stains can better differentiate between...
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  • Theory of Staining Techniques
    Theories of Staining Techniques Staining bacteria with different dyes via staining techniques, allows in distinguishing the microorganism from its backgrounds. Also, helps in studying different internal structures such as vacuoles, cell walls and spores in details (Seeley and others 1991). Some staining...
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  • Isolation of Pure Cultures by Dilution Techniques and Gram Staining Method
    Isolation of Pure Cultures by Dilution Techniques and Gram Staining Method Results Table 1. Gram stain reaction and cellular features of the culture. Gram staining methods were applied on the given mixture of Bacillus cereus, Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus aureus and then examined microscopically...
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  • Biolab
    bacteriology, stain is probably the most important and useful method to differentiate types of bacteria. There are three different staining processes will be performed, which are gram staining, acid-fast stain and spore stain . During the gram staining, bacteria are divided into gram positive and negative or...
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  • Microbiology
    Fifth Edition Front Matter Preface © The McGraw−Hill Companies, 2002 PREFACE Take interest, I implore you, in those sacred dwellings which one designates by the expressive term: laboratories. Demand that they be multiplied, that they be adorned. These are the temples of the future—temples...
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  • Lab Report about Simple Staining of Microbes
    Abstract This experiment was carried out to perform staining methods on microbes, explain the mechanisms of staining, namely, simple staining, and learn how to use the microscope. The experiment setting was kept as sterile as possible when conducting the experiment. The microbes under the microscope...
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  • BST Week 1
    Results for Unknown #21 Gram Stain Gram + Other Staining: None Morphology Large, rods Arrangement Chains, and sometimes pairs Cell size Large Colony: Color/Pigmentation Margin Elevation Appearance Opacity Unpigmented, beige Smooth Flat to Raised Dull Opaque Enzymes: Catalase ...
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  • studyworld34
    in every step done in the process of isolation and identification. Proper use of staining methods and culture media will make individual protocol easy to perform. For this crucial selection of procedure, avoid complication and discrepancy of result. To review some important methods which include:...
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  • The Microbiology of Biological Phosphorus Removal in Activated Sludge Systems
    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Some history of EBPR processes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Which chemical transformations characterize EBPR biomass? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The biochemistry of EBPR systems . . . . . . . . . . ...
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  • Microbiology
    nucleus containing genetic material Unicellular (yeasts) or multicellular (mushrooms) Cell wall of chitin Asexual and sexual reproduction Molds: the most typical fungus: form visible masses (mycelia) Nutrition obtained by absorbing it from their environment (soil, water, plant or animal host) Types...
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  • bio lab manual
    Pouring Agar Plates 22 Ubiquity of Microorganisms 24 Media Preparation 27 Aseptic Transfer 29 Preparing a Bacterial Smear 33 Simple Stain 35 Gram Stain 37 Negative Stain 40 Capsule Stain 42 Schaeffer-Fulton Endospore Stain 44 Inclusion Body Stain 46 Streak Plate Technique 47 Acid Fast...
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  • Lab Exam 1 Review
    TOUCH THE OIL. Just use FINE ADJUSTMENT. We used OIL immersion (100x) for the bacteria we observed. Why? Bacteria are so small that we must use the most powerful objective. Difference between magnification and resolution (#3)? Magnification is enlarging the image. Ocular is 10x Objectives are 4,...
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  • Microbiology Labs
    To gain functional knowledge of microscope operations through practical applications of a microscope in the observation of bacteria 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...
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  • Svegf
    well-managed agro-ecosystem.soil flora, particularly fungi by their enormous mycelial hyphae entangle the soil particles and improve soil aggregation, which in turn improves soil aeration, infiltration and root elongation. Rhizosphere, microorganisms particularly plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR)...
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  • micro bio
     EXPLAIN THE PRINCIPLE AND DESCRIBE THE PROCEDURE (GIVING RATIONALE FOR EACH STEP) OF: GRAM STAIN ANDACID-FAST STAIN The gram stain is a differential staining procedure because it divides bacteria into two classes –gram negative and gram positive it identifies the nature of the cell and the test results...
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  • Gram Staining
    GRAM STAINING Gram staining depends on the thickness of the peptidoglycan layer of bacteria. Recall that typical Gram-positive bacteria have a multi-layered, thickened peptidoglycan layer, while Gram-positive bacteria have a thinner peptidoglycan layer sitting in the middle of the periplasmic space...
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  • Microbiology
    Microbiology July 8, 2011 Overview of Food Microbiology OBJECTIVES At the end of this module, you will be able to: 1. Explain the structural similarities and/or differences among Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria as well as their isolation and identification using serological, biochemical, and molecular...
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  • Mcb 2010l Report 2
    1.What is the purpose of staining samples?A) To increase the contrast and visibility of the specimen B) To kill the specimen C) To see the specimen without the aid of a microscope D) To make the specimen appear larger in the microscope2.Which of the following are bacterial SHAPES? (Select all that...
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  • Unknow Lab Report
    differential tests used to identify the unknown cultures were Gram stain, Catalase, Mannitol Salt Agar (MSA), Blood Agar, Novobiocin, Coagulase, and DNAse (Alachi, 2007). Rebekah Worley February 21, 2012 Mitchell Section 4 Biol 311 Staining and Identifying Unknown Bacteria Introduction: The microbiology...
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