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Saturday, May 26

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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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    that is yellowgreen when grown
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    Sarcina Lutea (Micrococcus Luteus)--Ideal Growth Conditions- Ideal Growth Conditions-
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Friday, May 4

Thursday, April 5

  1. page Micrococcus luteus edited ... The fourth test was to discover if Sarcina lutea was either aerobic (needs oxygen to survive),…
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    The fourth test was to discover if Sarcina lutea was either aerobic (needs oxygen to survive), anaerobic (survives without any oxygen), or facultative (can survive with or without oxygen). To find the results we placed our bacteria in a pickle jar that allowed no air in or out. After a day of growing, Sarcina lutea had made no progress, which suggests that it was an aerobic bacteria.
    Antibiotic Sensitivity
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    a diameter of 16 millimeters.
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    By: Michael H. Dryzer
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Monday, March 5

  1. page Escherichia coli edited Escherichia coli hej Shape: Bacillus Colony: Staph

    Escherichia coli hej
    Shape: Bacillus
    Colony: Staph
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Saturday, February 24

  1. page Enterobacter aerogenes number 4 edited ... This means that the E. aerogenes have a two-layer cell wall, composed of lipids and carbohydra…
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    This means that the E. aerogenes have a two-layer cell wall, composed of lipids and carbohydrates.
    The gram stain turned the bacteria pink, indicating that the crystal purple couldn't penetrate the
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    the Safranin could.
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    Gram
    could.Gram Negative Stain
    Methyl Red - Negative
    The E. aerogenes tested Methyl Red Negative, because after being incubated in glucose broth and
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Saturday, December 2

  1. page Sarcina Lutea edited ... The purpose of this test was to see whether S. Lutea produced acid waste or basic waste when i…
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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 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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    which means that thatd
    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. hola
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Monday, November 27

  1. page Sarcina Lutea edited ... The purpose of the motility test is to see if the bateria is motile. After stabbing the bateri…
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    The purpose of the motility test is to see if the 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-
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    blood agar. hola
    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.
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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

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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.
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    Sarcina Lutea (Micrococcus Luteus)--Ideal Growth Conditions- Ideal Growth Conditions-
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