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Chapter 19 / Exercise 28
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• These are the expected Results for a Gram Stain of these three Rogues Gallery Bacteria. • Your Lab Partner did a Spore Stain of Pseudomonas putida, Staphylococcus epidermidis and Escherichia coli. • These are the expected Results for a Spore Stain of these three Rogues Gallery Bacteria.
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MIC 103L-A Exam 1 Page 1420. A distant Uncle in Shanghai (±²) knows you are taking a Microbiology Lab and sends you a Shenma (³±) ["Heavenly Horse"*] Microscope with four Objective Lenses (Count 'em, 4!) on its Rotating Objective Lens Turret. Golly! To your Amaziation, your Shenma Microscope has an Eyepiece Micrometer. This consists of a Series of Fine Lines that can be used to measure Bacteria (or anything else) on a Slide. There are Numbers every ten Lines on this Eyepiece Micrometer -- 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10 -- indicating 0, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90 and 100 Eyepiece Micrometer Units. You borrow one of our MIC 103L-A Stage Micrometers to calibrate your Shenma's Eyepiece Micrometer. When using the Yellow-Ringed 10X Lens you find that 20 Eyepiece Micrometer Units on your Shenma's Eyepiece Micrometer neatly span 100 μm on this Stage Micrometer. When using the White-Ringed 100X Oil Immersion Lens of your Shenma Microscope a Vibrio cholerae measures fifteen (15) Eyepiece Micrometer Units in Length. What is the Length of this Vibrio cholerae? A. 2.5 μm. ___________ B. 5.0 μm. ___________ C. 7.5 μm. ___________ D. 10.0 μm. * Zhang Qian (´µ), representing the Han Dynasty, made the first Eastern Advances into Modern Day Afghanistan and Pakistan in 138 BC, returning with Tales of “Heavenly Horses” that definitely got the full and undivided Attention of The Emperor Wudi (¶·). Zhang Qian is considered the Founder of The Silk Road as a Trade Route (the Name “Silk Road” was coined by 19th Century German Archaeologists.). Small Quantities of Chinese Goods (Silk and Ceramics) began to make their Way to the West. But once the Bling-Loving Romans saw Silk in 53 BC, they had to have it and they were eagerly willing to pay for it with its equivalent Weight in Gold. Caravans carrying Cargos of Silk, Furs, Ceramics, Jade, Bronze, and Lacquer traveled Westward; Payments in Gold, Ivory, and Glass traveled Eastward. STOP!Fill-in “Form A” on your ScanTron. Double-check your Answers on your ScanTron. Turn-in your ScanTron. You may keep these Questions.The Archer’s Style during the Tournament will be remembered long after the Archer’s Score at the Tournament has been forgotten. - Confucius

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