MBIO 3812 Ex 2-2 Colony Morphology

MBIO 3812 Ex 2-2 - a colony is mucoid MBIO 3812 66 Exercise 2-2 Colony Morphology Dull round and rough textured colonies Bacillus anthracis

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9/26/11 11 MBIO 3812 Exercise 2-2 Colony Morphology The Importance of Colony Morphology 1. It can give you an idea of how many different bacterial species are in a sample. 1. It provides you with the first piece of information as to the identity of the bacterial species in a sample. You are to choose 3 distinct colonies of different morphology types from the plate inoculated with your environmental sample and the characteristics of these 3 colonies should be recorded.
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9/26/11 22 Exercise 2-2 Colony Morphology Plus things like: Pigmentation Texture Growth patterns MBIO 3812 Form Elevation Margin
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9/26/11 33 Red , circular , umbonate colonies with a smooth , entire margin Serratia marcescens Exercise 2-2 Colony Morphology MBIO 3812
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9/26/11 44 Exercise 2-2 Colony Morphology Shiny , black , convex colonies Streptococcus salivarius MBIO 3812
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9/26/11 55 Mucoid , raised and shiny colonies Klebsiella pneumoniae Exercise 2-2 Colony Morphology A simple way to tell if
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Unformatted text preview: a colony is mucoid MBIO 3812 9/26/11 66 Exercise 2-2 Colony Morphology Dull , round and rough textured colonies Bacillus anthracis Described by microbiologists as having a “ ground glass ” appearance MBIO 3812 9/26/11 77 Irregula r and rhizoid colonies Nocardia asteroides Exercise 2-2 Colony Morphology MBIO 3812 9/26/11 88 Exercise 2-2 Colony Morphology Filamentous colony growth Bacillus mycoides MBIO 3812 9/26/11 99 Exercise 2-2 Colony Morphology Pseudomonas aeruginosa Flat , rough and dry colonies MBIO 3812 9/26/11 1010 Exercise 2-2 Colony Morphology Swarming growth Proteus species MBIO 3812 9/26/11 1111 Exercise 2-2 Colony Morphology Staphylococcus aureus Effect of different nutrients on colony morphology MBIO 3812 9/26/11 1212 Exercise 2-2 Colony Morphology Bacillus subtilis Effect of age on colony morphology MBIO 3812 24 hrs 48 hrs...
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This note was uploaded on 09/26/2011 for the course MBIO 3812 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at The University of Oklahoma.

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MBIO 3812 Ex 2-2 - a colony is mucoid MBIO 3812 66 Exercise 2-2 Colony Morphology Dull round and rough textured colonies Bacillus anthracis

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