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Prokaryotes Worksheet A

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Prokaryotes Worksheet 1. Please draw and label the different parts of a bacterium: 2. Please state the differences, if any, between gram positive and gram negative bacteria. What color will each bacteria stain when performing the “gram staining technique?” 3. Please state, in scientific terms, all the bacteria shown in each picture.
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Unformatted text preview: Please note that I am asking for identification of the bacteria based upon their structure and their staining. 3. Please describe the procedure of gram staining, and discuss what happens to gram positive or gram negative bacteria at each step....
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