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    S. Lutea grows best at 25 degrees Celsius, which is about 77 degrees Fahrenheit.
    Sarcina Lutea (Micrococcus Luteus)--Gram Stain Test- Gram Stain Test-
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    Positive bacteria. One of the smallest bacterias.
    Sarcina Lutea (Micrococcus Luteus)--Methyl Red Test- Methyl Red Test-
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Monday, April 17

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    Lutea (Micrococcus Luteus)Luteus)c
    Sarcina Lutea (Micrococcus Luteus)--Shape and Colony Characteristics- Shape and Colony Characteristics-
    Sarcina Lutea is a spherical bacteria that is yellow when grown nutrient agar. Its colonies are tetrad, diplo, or staph.
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Sunday, December 11

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    By: Talia Meidan
    Unknown Bacteria #10, after countless experiments, was found to be Bacillus cereus.
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    Gram Stain Results
    B. cereusis a gram positive bacteria. This was identified by the color that the bacteria appeared under the microscope during the gram stain test. Gram positive means that the bacteria only had one cell wall layer. The bacteria absorbed the crystal violet stain, leaving the bacteria to appear purple.
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  2. page Bacillus cereus edited ... By: Talia Meidan Unknown Bacteria #10, after countless experiments, was found to be Bacillus …
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    By: Talia Meidan
    Unknown Bacteria #10, after countless experiments, was found to be Bacillus cereus.
    ur mom
    Gram Stain Results
    B. cereusis a gram positive bacteria. This was identified by the color that the bacteria appeared under the microscope during the gram stain test. Gram positive means that the bacteria only had one cell wall layer. The bacteria absorbed the crystal violet stain, leaving the bacteria to appear purple.
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Wednesday, December 7

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    {enterobacter_aerogenes.jpg} Gram stain of Enterobacter aerogenes.degrees Celsius.
    Gram Stain: Gram negative
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    layer of peptidoglycnpeptidoglycan with another
    Methyl Red Test: Basic
    This bacteria produced basic waste and turned yellow/orange after 48 hours of incubating with glucose.
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Tuesday, October 25

Monday, October 24

  1. page Sarcina Lutea edited ... Sarcina Lutea (Micrococcus Luteus) Sarcina Lutea (Micrococcus Luteus)--Shape and Colony Chara…
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    Sarcina Lutea (Micrococcus Luteus)
    Sarcina Lutea (Micrococcus Luteus)--Shape and Colony Characteristics- Shape and Colony Characteristics-
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    or staph.
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    Sarcina Lutea (Micrococcus Luteus)--Ideal Growth Conditions- Ideal Growth Conditions-
    S. Lutea grows best at 25 degrees Celsius, which is about 77 degrees Fahrenheit.
    Sarcina Lutea (Micrococcus Luteus)--Gram Stain Test- Gram Stain Test-
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    Positive bacteria.
    Sarcina Lutea (Micrococcus Luteus)--Methyl Red Test- Methyl Red Test-
    Micrococculuteus.jpg
    {http://en.citizendium.org/images/thumb/a/a1/Micrococculuteus.jpg/200px-Micrococculuteus.jpg} Micrococculuteus.jpg
    The purpose of this test was to see whether S. Lutea produced acid waste or basic waste when it digested glucose broth. After mixing the bacteria in the glucose broth, we incubated it for 48 hours. If the acteria digested the glucose and made acidwaste, it would come out red. If the baccteria made basic waste, the color would be orange or yellow. S. Lutea digested the broth but didn't make acid waste since the broth in the tube was yellow from basic waste.
    Sarcina Lutea (Micrococcus Luteus)--Purpose and Results of Motility Test- Purpose and Results of Motility Test-
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    Sarcina Lutea (Micrococcus Luteus)--Illnesses Associated with Sarcina Lutea- Illnesses Associated with Sarcina Lutea-
    Though S. Lutea is usually harmless, it has been known to cause skin infections in those with weak immune systems, such as HIV patients.
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    image 260px-Papules_hiv_micrococcus.JPG
    Sarcina Lutea (Micrococcus Luteus)--References- References-
    (1) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Micrococcus_luteus (2) http://en.citizendium.org/wiki/Micrococcus_luteus (3)http://microbewiki.kenyon.edu/index.php/Micrococcus (4) http://en.citizendium.org/wiki/Micrococcus_luteus
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    BacteriaSarcina Lutea (Micrococcus Luteus)
    Sarcina Lutea (Micrococcus Luteus)--Shape and Colony Characteristics- Shape and Colony Characteristics-
    Sarcina Lutea is a spherical bacteria that is yellow when grown nutrient agar. Its colonies are tetrad, diplo, or staph.
    Sarcina Lutea (Micrococcus Luteus)--Ideal Growth Conditions- Ideal Growth Conditions-
    S. Lutea grows best at 25 degrees Celsius, which is about 77 degrees Fahrenheit.
    Sarcina Lutea (Micrococcus Luteus)--Gram Stain Test- Gram Stain Test-
    The Gram Stain test on S. Lutea came out positive. That means S. Lutea has a single cell wall layer of carbohydrates and proteins. The bacteria came out as purple in the microscope, which means it absorbed Crystal Violet, the dye soaked up by Gram Positive bacteria.
    Sarcina Lutea (Micrococcus Luteus)--Methyl Red Test- Methyl Red Test-
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    The purpose of this test was to see whether S. Lutea produced acid waste or basic waste when it digested glucose broth. After mixing the bacteria in the glucose broth, we incubated it for 48 hours. If the acteria
    digested the
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    S. Lutea digestsdigested the broth
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    basic waste.
    Purpose

    Sarcina Lutea (Micrococcus Luteus)--Purpose and Results of Motility Test- Purpose
    and Results
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    if the would work.
    Hemolysis
    bateria is motile. After stabbing the bateria in a transparent purple agar, we incubated it. The agar was still clear, which means that
    Sarcina Lutea (Micrococcus Luteus)--Hemolysis
    Test Explanations- Hemolysis Test Explanations-
    After placing S. lutea on sheep's blood agar and incubating it, I found that S. Lutea is Gamma. That means that the bacteria didn't digest any of the hemoglobin found in the sheep's blood agar.
    Sarcina Lutea (Micrococcus Luteus)--Oxygen Dependency- Oxygen Dependency-
    After being placed in an air tight jar for twenty four hours, S. Lutea showed no signs of growth. This goes to show that S. lutea is dependent upon oxygen and needs it to grow.
    Sarcina Lutea (Micrococcus Luteus)--Anti-biotic Resistancy- Anti-biotic Resistancy-

    Four antibiotics
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    most effective.
    Enivronment-

    Sarcina Lutea (Micrococcus Luteus)--Enivronment- Enivronment-

    S. Lutea
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    body odor.
    Illnesses

    Sarcina Lutea (Micrococcus Luteus)--Illnesses Associated with Sarcina Lutea- Illnesses
    Associated with
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    HIV patients.
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    References-

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    Sarcina Lutea (Micrococcus Luteus)--References- References-

    (1) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Micrococcus_luteus (2) http://en.citizendium.org/wiki/Micrococcus_luteus (3) http://microbewiki.kenyon.edu/index.php/Micrococcus(3)http://microbewiki.kenyon.edu/index.php/Micrococcus (4) http://en.citizendium.org/wiki/Micrococcus_luteus
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