BMZ Pre-Lab 5 Catfish

BMZ Pre-Lab 5 Catfish - 1 Pre-Lab 5 In order to find out...

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Pre-Lab 5 In order to find out what is happening to these cat fish, tests must be ran on the different breeding pools. The first thing that should be done is taking water samples from an infected pool (pool 22) and a healthy pool (pool 16). The lab teams will be divided into two different groups, one working with the infectious samples and the other working with the uninfected samples. Each team will receive five Petri dishes to experiment with. The first thing that the teams will have to do is get their samples to the correct concentration, which is 10 -5 in the saline solutions within the sterile tubes. The teams with the infected samples will start by marking their Petri dishes with their names, the sample they have, and also divide the dish into 4 parts by making lines. This will help when streaking the plates. First, to streak the plates, the lab teams will have to dip their sterile loops into alcohol being careful not to tip it so that it runs onto their hands. Next, they will pass the loop through the alcohol lamp and let the alcohol
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This note was uploaded on 06/02/2011 for the course BMZ LAB taught by Professor Labassistant during the Fall '08 term at Miami University.

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BMZ Pre-Lab 5 Catfish - 1 Pre-Lab 5 In order to find out...

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