By Gerald Bassleer
This is often the hot revised variation 2004. An skilled specialist offers the imperative information regarding illnesses in marine aquarium fish. provided in a transparent, effortless- to-understand demeanour.
- reasons and prevention of illnesses in fish.
- spotting the indicators of disorder - in perform and less than the microscope.
- medications and mixtures of remedies, which even non-specialists can practice.
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Basic Techniques of Microbiology © The McGraw−Hill Companies, 2003 4. Cultivation of Microorganisms 6. Why is it necessary to isolate individual colonies from a mixed growth? 7. Why was a blood agar, rather than a nutrient agar, plate used for the culture from your mouth? 8. Are the large numbers of microorganisms found in the mouth cause for concern? Explain. 9. How do microorganisms find their way into the mouth? 64 Basic Techniques of Microbiology Morello−Mizer−Granato: Laboratory Manual and Workbook in Microbiology, 7/e I.
1, area A). Rotate the swab fully in this area. 3. Discard the swab in a container of disinfectant. 4. 1. 5. Incubate the plate (inverted) at 35°C. Results A. Examination of Plate Streaked from Mixed Broth Culture 1. Examine the incubated nutrient agar plate carefully. 2a and b. Make a drawing showing the intensity of growth in each streaked area. 60 Basic Techniques of Microbiology Morello−Mizer−Granato: Laboratory Manual and Workbook in Microbiology, 7/e I. Basic Techniques of Microbiology © The McGraw−Hill Companies, 2003 4.
When the loop is cool, use it to streak the second half of the plate. Label this section Heated. 4. Repeat procedures 1 to 3 with the B. subtilis culture. 5. Incubate the plates at 35°C for 24 hours. Results Read for growth (ϩ) or no growth (Ϫ) and record. Organism Control Incineration S. epidermidis B. subtilis 78 Destruction of Microorganisms Morello−Mizer−Granato: Laboratory Manual and Workbook in Microbiology, 7/e II. Destruction of Microorganisms 5. Physical Antimicrobial Agents © The McGraw−Hill Companies, 2003 Questions 1.