Hints for a good presentaion

Hints for a good presentaion - As you are doing your...

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As you are doing your presentations, here are a few things to keep in mind that will help make your presentation a good one! ALSO--_please take a look at BB. It includes the details of what you need to do for the presentation and the final paper. 1) Careful use of the meaning of Titer, dilutions, concentration etc. The Titer of the cells (written as cell/ml or colony forming units/ml) refers to the concentration of cells in the cultures. It can be represented as N x 10 x where N equals some number and the superscript x, is a positive number. The dilutions are written as x 10 -x . This represents the factor by which the original culture was diluted and shows one how many zeros back you have moved your decimal place based on diluting for example: ten-fold (10 -1 ) 100-fold (10 -2 ) 1000-fold (10 -3 ) etc. 2 ) When you plate several dilutions because you don’t know how many cells you expect to get, you are covering yourself so that at least one series of plates will have countable numbers of colonies and thus decrease your chance of error due to miscounting. It really
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2008 for the course BIOS 41 taught by Professor Sands during the Spring '08 term at Lehigh University .

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