Streak plate spread plate and pour plate technique

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21. Streak Plate, Spread Plate and Pour Plate Technique can all produce isolated Colonies. Looking more closely at an isolated Colony, it can be seen that -- A. The Bacteria in the Middle of a Colony are in Lag Phase while the Bacteria at the Edge of a Colony are in Logarithmic Phase (Exponential Phase). B. The Bacteria in the Middle of a Colony are in Stationary Phase (or possibly even Death Phase), while the Bacteria at the Edge of a Colony are in Lag Phase. C. The Bacteria in the Middle of a Colony are in Stationary Phase (or possibly even Death Phase), while the Bacteria at the Edge of a Colony are in Logarithmic Phase (Exponential Phase). D. Since a Colony is a Population of Bacteria arising from a single Bacterium, and since each Colony represents a Pure Culture, all of the Bacteria in a Colony are in the same Growth Phase. 22. While relaxing and enjoying a Cup of freshly brewed Kona Coffee, your Swedish Lab Assistant brings you the Results from a detailed Analysis of two Bacteria you isolated on a recent Field Trip to South America. One of these Bacteria (it ʼ s growing in a Petri Plate labeled with Blue Tape so your Swedish Lab Assistant calls these the Blue Bacteria) was isolated near the Summit of Aconcagua, the highest Mountain in South America. The other Bacterium (it ʼ s growing in a Petri Plate labeled with Red Tape so your Swedish Lab Assistant calls these the Red Bacteria) was isolated from the Hot Water Lines of the Hotel in which you stayed in Buenos Aires. It takes a while for the Caffeine to accelerate up your Cranial On-Ramp and for you to realize that -- just as you suspected --
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MIC 101 Exam 1 Page 14 23. Streptococcus lactis is an Aerotolerant Anaerobe, meaning that it --
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