Quiz 3 questions

Quiz 3 questions - Lab 3 1 How are microscope slides...

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Lab 3 1. How are microscope slides handled if you do not keep them to review? Microscope slides that you do not wish to keep should be placed in the red, sharps biohaxard container located at the front of the laboratory. 2. For each of the following, list the shape of the bacteria and the grouping of cells that you would expect to see in a stained slide from a broth culture of : Bacillus subtilis, Streptococcus mutans . In a stained slide from a broth culture, the shape of Bacillus subtilis is rod and Streptococcus mutans is a long, fragile chain. 3. What is the difference in one of the first steps in the preparation of a slide of organisms made from a culture growing on nutrient agar as compared to a culture growing in nutrient broth? The difference in one of the first steps in the preparation of a slide of organisms made from a culture growing in nutrient agar as compared to a culture growing in nutrient broth is the use of water on the slide with organisms made from a culture growing on nutrient agar.
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