Bacteria Lab Presentation

Bacteria Lab Presentation - Beaker (250ml) Agar plates,...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 9/6/11 By: Archer, Gautham, Singh Table Bacteria Experiment
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9/6/11 We predict that the bacteria that originally came from the table in the lab will survive and sustain itself due to the dry surface. The bacterium that keeps contact in the water would not be as more successful as the bacterium living in dry places. Bacteria will survive in conditions that are dry because they were originally taken from dry areas. Hypothesis
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9/6/11 We put the bacteria in the water for five minutes and a bacteria on dry place for five minutes then we compare them. We’re trying to find whether the bacteria in the wet and the bacteria in the dry condition will cause the bacteria grow at the different rate. What We Did
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9/6/11 Table Alcohol burner Lighter Cotton bud packs Incubator
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Unformatted text preview: Beaker (250ml) Agar plates, Petri dish( Specific amount for necessary) 2ml of water (4 droplets of water) Equipment List 9/6/11 When the bacteria first grow on our plate, we saw that theres 3 type of bacteria on it. Theres the brown one with table-top peak, the white one with the curve peak, and yellow one with the sharp peak. These seem to be found on human body too since they appear to be in the plate that people put their finger in. Observation 9/6/11 The bacteria in the dry plate has more bacteria than the wet plate. The bacteria in the dry plate completely covered the surface of the agar while the bacteria in the dry plate seem to have been a little washed away by the water and so it didnt fully cover the surface. Observations (Final)...
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This note was uploaded on 09/06/2011 for the course BIO 201 taught by Professor Mr.bajom during the Spring '09 term at Abu Dhabi University.

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