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MIC102L Mid2 SG

MIC102L Mid2 SG - Gram stain substitute” IMViC TSI O/F...

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MIC 102L Study Guide – Second Midterm – Fall Quarter, 2009 Nelson Room 226 Wellman 3:30 to 5:30 PM on December 7 th . Bring a calculator . Exam coverage: I. Concepts tested on Midterm #1 (roughly 20-25% of exam) II. Lectures 7, 8 and 9. III. Prelabs – Prelabs beginning with the one due for Lab 11 IV. Worksheet 4 and percent solutions calculations from Worksheet 2-3. V. Lab Manual (pages 95-132 & Appendix A). Possible topics for categories III-V include but are not limited to : 1) Antibiotic sensitivity testing, terms related to artificial epidemic lab, PCR methods and PCR terminology, bacteriophage titer methods and calculations. 2) Know how the following biochemical tests work: oxidase test, 3% KOH “quick
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Unformatted text preview: Gram stain substitute”, IMViC, TSI, O/F, urease, LSL broth + Durham tube, gelatin hydrolysis, lysine and ornithine decarboxylase, arginine dihydrolase. Note: medium composition will be provided for any test you are asked about so no need to memorize these. 3) You are responsible for understanding how the biochemical tests “work” and are scored for the full set of benchmarks (listed on pages 81-82) for soil enterics, for pseudomonads (page 83) and lactic acid bacteria (page 85). You are also responsible for knowing how these 3 groups differ from each other based on the benchmarks....
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