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Bacterial Anatomy 1 1 Running head: BACTERIAL ANATOMY 1 Bacterial Anatomy 1 Jennifer Herr Chamberlain College of Nursing
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Bacterial Anatomy 1 Case study 1 The problem had arisen so suddenly after lunch. An allergic reaction to something that she ate or drank had sent her to the bathroom with cramps and copious diarrhea. She knew she was violently allergic to wheat gluten, but the waiter had assured her that the meal was wheat gluten-free. Her lawyer-husband had his investigators at the restaurant before they closed that night, testing for any evidence that would uncover the cause. This is one of the organisms that the investigators found in the dishes she had that day. Case study 2 When a dead goat was found in the municipal swimming pool one morning, the lifeguards were asked to remove it and clean the pool. Unfortunately, before they could add the chemicals, the city health department arrived to perform its weekly inspection. This organism was found in the water samples. Introduction: In this lab experiment I looked at two gram stains from two different case studies. A gram stain is basically a dye that only affects certain kinds of bacteria. The dye, which is actually one of two
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This note was uploaded on 09/02/2009 for the course BIO 111 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '09 term at Columbus State University.

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