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Wednesday, November 8

  1. page Enterobacter aerogenes edited ... Enterobacter aerogenes Shape: Coccobacillus ... short and rod-shaped, rod-shed, Temper…
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    Enterobacter aerogenes
    Shape: Coccobacillus
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    short and rod-shaped,rod-shed,
    Temperature: 30 degrees Celsius
    Out of the three different temperatures tested:37 degrees Celsiums, Enterobacter aerogenes grows best at 30
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  2. page Staphylococcus epidermidis edited ... Shape and Colony Type Staphylococcus epidermidis is a sphere-shaped bacteria that forms clump…
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    Shape and Colony Type
    Staphylococcus epidermidis is a sphere-shaped bacteria that forms clumps.
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    Gram Stain Results
    S. epidermidis is a gram positive bacteria, which means that the bacteria has a single layer. This was identified when the bacteria absorbed the crystal violet stain which turned it a dark shade of violet. The bacteria's cell wall is composed of peptidoglycan.
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Sunday, September 10

  1. page Sarcina Lutea edited ... Sarcina Lutea (Micrococcus Luteus)c Sarcina Lutea (Micrococcus Luteus)--Shape and Colony Char…
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    Sarcina Lutea (Micrococcus Luteus)c
    Sarcina Lutea (Micrococcus Luteus)--Shape and Colony Characteristics- Shape and Colony Characteristics-
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    colonies are tetrad, diplo, or staph.tetrad,aph.
    {http://en.citizendium.org/images/thumb/a/a1/Micrococculuteus.jpg/200px-Micrococculuteus.jpg} Micrococculuteus.jpg
    Sarcina Lutea (Micrococcus Luteus)--Ideal Growth Conditions- Ideal Growth Conditions-
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Tuesday, May 30

  1. page Sarcina Lutea edited ... S. Lutea grows best at 25 degrees Celsius, which is about 77 degrees Fahrenheit. Sarcina Lute…
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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-
    Micrococculuteus.jpg
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Monday, April 17

  1. page Sarcina Lutea edited ... Lutea (Micrococcus Luteus) Luteus)c Sarcina Lutea (Micrococcus Luteus)--Shape and Colon…

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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, April 16

Tuesday, February 7

Sunday, December 11

  1. 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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  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

  1. page Enterobacter aerogenes edited ... {enterobacter_aerogenes.jpg} Gram stain of Enterobacter aerogenes.degrees Celsius. Gram Stain…
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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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