Laboratory_Practical_Final_Review_Guide

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Preparation for Laboratory Practical Final – Exercises 6-9 Be sure to review the Lab Questions on pages 60, 66, 74-75, 78, 90-92, 99-100, 107-108. The complementary material in the Photographic Atlas is listed in parenthesis . 1) Media – Note: The medium abbreviation will always be written on the tube or plate in question. Diagnostic Tests: Ex 6, Part I: Staph Lab – MSA and BA Ex 6, Part II: Urine Lab – MAC, MSA, UB, SIM, TSA for Kirby Bauer (Part IV) Ex 6, Part III: Fecal Lab – MAC, TSI, UB, MR-VP, SIM, CIT Food Exp – BESC, EMB, LSB, MSA, PA, TSA a) Abbreviations, Purpose, and Inoculations – Know all b) Category – General – TSA ; Selective & Differential – BESC, EMB, LSB, MAC, MSA ; Selective Only – PA ; Differential Only – BA ; Biochemical – all others c) Special Ingredients – MAC and MSA, MR-VP, TSI and UB ; Special Property – LSB : Durham tube d) Reading – Know how to read each medium e) Biochemical media i) CIT ( 51-52 ), SIM ( 76-77, 60-61, 67-68 ), UB ( 80 ): List the test name with the reaction, e.g. citrate + or urease + or SIM: H 2 S (+), indole (-), motility (-); Reagent required for reading of
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This note was uploaded on 10/18/2011 for the course MCB 2010 taught by Professor Elizabethingram during the Fall '11 term at Valencia.

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