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UNKNOWN #48 REPORT Scott M. Welch Dr. Brixey Microbiology April 14, 2004
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I. Purpose of experiment: The purpose of the Unknown species assignment is to allow the student to demonstrate all of the tools, lab techniques, and tests learned throughout the semester. The end result being the proper identification of three unknown species of microbes. II. Materials used during the experiment: A. Tools used: During identification process many tools were used. These include: Bunsen burner, striker (to light Bunsen burner), inoculating loops, inoculating needles, incubator, flasks, beakers, tubes, plates, single ocular microscope, double ocular microscope, grams crystal violet, hydrogen peroxide, hanging drop mount slides, and regular slides. B. Media used: During the identification process there were a few types of media used. These were: Nutrient Agar plates, Phenylethyl alcohol agar (PEA) plates, eosin-methylene blue (EMB) agar plates, sulfur-indole-motility (SIM) deep, and triple-sugar-iron (TSI) agar slants.
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