Edit Submission- Pre-Lab Lab Unit 04 - Gram Stain %28Attempt 1%29

Edit Submission- Pre-Lab Lab Unit 04 - Gram Stain %28Attempt 1%29

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Edit Submission: Pre-Lab Lab Unit 04 - Gram Stain (Attempt 1) Levine 1 Alexis Levine Microbiology Lab Maxwell T/R 31, January 2010 Introduction: Student must discuss the core concepts of biological staining, including the following specific topics: f Use the Gram stain procedure as your example of a differential stain. U Explain how a differential stain works. E Explain the use of differential stains in the identification of organisms. E Explain the use of differential stains in understanding the structure and physiology of bacteria. Procedure: Students must prepare a procedure for the Gram stain. You will use this procedure in lab if you have questions; so make sure that it is clear and easy to follow. Introduction : In the late 1800's, Christian Gram, developed a staining method for distinguishing between these two types of bacteria. ( Beveridge, 1983) These bacteria groups can be categorized as Gram negative and Gram positive. They are alienated based on the affect of the microorganisms after a sequence of complex staining are applied. ( Beveridge, 1983)
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2011 for the course BIOLOGY 2300 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at Georgia State.

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Edit Submission- Pre-Lab Lab Unit 04 - Gram Stain %28Attempt 1%29

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