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Microbial Growth “Because individual cells grow larger only to divide into new individuals, microbial growth is defined not in terms of cell size but as the increase in the number of cells, which occurs by cell division."
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Binary Fission Note nascent septum forming
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Planes of Division (1/3) Diplococcus Streptococcus
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Planes of Division (2/3) Tetrad Sarcinae
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Planes of Division (3/3) Staphylococcus
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Exponential Growth Note Logarithmic Scale
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Exponential Growth
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Standard Bacterial Growth Curve (1/2)
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Log Phase
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Continuous Culture
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Serial Transfer
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Generation Time
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Standard Bacterial Growth Curve (2/2)
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Decline (Death) Phase
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Solid Medium
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Bacterial Colonies Standard Bacterial Count Colony-Forming Units Plaque-Forming Units Spread Plate Pour Plate Soft-Agar Overlay
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Soft Agar Overlay
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Spread & Pour Plates
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Dilutions and Limitations
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