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Gram Negative Microbiology Report

research of microorganisms. In this experiment I performed many different test dealing with things such as the presence of enzymes, fermentation abilities and different chemical reactions. Observations made from the tests were then compared to a gram negative unknown chart in order to identify the bacteria. Based off of my results and the chart, I concluded the bacteria #3 was the bacteria Escherichia coli. E. coli is most commonly found in the intestines of warm blooded organisms. Most E. coli strands...

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How to Write a Lab Report in Microbiology

UNKNOWN LAB REPORT IN MICROBIOLOGY GENERAL Unknown reports in microbiology are written in scientific format. Scientific writing is written differently from other types of writing. The results of the exercise or experiment are what are being showcased, not the writing. The purpose of scientific writing is not to entertain, but to inform. The writing should be simple and easy to understand. There is a specific style that must be followed when writing scientific reports. Scientific...

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Unknown Microbiology Lab Report

UNKNOW BACTERIA LAB REPORT UNKNOWN 36 Introduction The purpose of this lab was to identify two unknown bacteria from a mixed culture. The reason for identification of unknown bacteria was to help students recognize different bacteria through different biochemical tests and characteristics. This is important in the medical field because identification of unknown bacteria can help treat a patient by knowing the contributing source of a disease. Also knowledge of different bacteria helped others...

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microbiology final exam unknown bacteria report example

 Microbiology UNKNOWN LAB REPORT Kateryna Petrakova INTRODUCTION Microorganisms cause a great amount of diseases. For healthcare providers it is very important to be aware of what organisms are pathogenic and cause a disease and, therefore, to find an appropriate treatment. Different microorganisms require various environments in order to replicate and to become dangerous for a person’s health. An integral part of any medical treatment is to be able to recognize and...

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Microbiology Notes

Microbiology Laboratory Report Identification of Unknown Bacteria 6O BIO 251-7H1 Gram Stain Summary: Out of 28 Unknown microorganisms, slant 6O was randomly selected, and subjected to testing in order to identify it’s species. Seventeen of the unknown bacteria were classified as Gram-negative bacilli: Corynebacterium pseudodiphtheriticum, Enterobacter aerogenes, Eschirichia coli, Flavobacter capsulatum, Helicobacter pylori, Klebsiella pneumonia, Klebsiella oxytoca, Proteus hauseri, Proteus...

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Gram Staining

Gram staining From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia A Gram stain of mixed Staphylococcus aureus (Staphylococcus aureus ATCC 25923, Gram-positive cocci, in purple) andEscherichia coli (Escherichia coli ATCC 11775, Gram-negative bacilli, in red), the most common Gram stain reference bacteria Gram staining (or Gram's method) is a method of differentiating bacterial species into two large groups (Gram-positive and Gram-negative). The name comes from its inventor, Hans Christian Gram. Gram staining...

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gram stain

Microbiology Laboratory(TFMB1001) Report Experiment Tittle Gram stain Experiment Date 24October2014 Submission Date 31October2014 Students Name Tittle Gram stain. Objectives Aim of this experiment is to differentiate between the two major categories of bacteria , gram positive and gram negative. Through this experiment, gram staining skills develop. More understanding the types and morphology of bacteria. Expected experimental result, Escherichia coli (E.coli ) is a negative gram bacteria...

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Gram Negative

an inoculating needle is retracted from the colony, due to the capsular material present. 2. Niger seed agar test—production of brown-red pigment definitive. 3. Rapid urease test positive (contrasts to Candida and mother yeasts, which are urease negative) 4. Do not form pseudohyphae on cornmeal agar. Candida species The most frequently isolated yeast is Candida albicans, and may comprise 85% or more of all yeasts isolated in the laboratory. Pathology and disease Candida albicans can be isolated...

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Microbiology

Gram Characteristics of Bacteria Introduction Bacteria are interesting little critters in that they are not easily visualized without some sort of stain. In classical methodology, two different kinds of stains have been used to identify bacteria: acidic and basic dyes. Acidic dyes are so called because they consist of a salt that has a cation that transfers no color, but the anion portion is colored and does give off color. Basic dyes consist of an anion that does not give off any color and a cation...

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Microbiology Lab Report

Introduction ! Identifying an unknown bacteria can be an arduous journey. The journey starts out by performing a gram stain and then performing various tests. The first part should not be challenging. The challenging part is analyzing your results and using the data to infer what your unknown organism might be. ! When I was first handed my organism, I performed a rather unconventional test: I smelled it. Throughout the semester of dealing with various organisms, I had learned that...

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