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References :(n.d.). Retrieved from -biology-of-cells/prokaryote-and-eukaryote-cell-structure(Links to an external site.)(n.d.). Retrieved from -[email protected]/Introduction(Links to an external site.)Todar, K., & Madison. (n.d.). Retrieved from (Links to an external site.)1.Lareshar WindomLareshar WindomJul 20, 2019Local: Jul 20 at 11:22am<br>Course: Jul 20 at 12:22pmManage Discussion EntryHi Christina,Great post. I truly enjoyed the way you explained gram neg and gram pos. It made the concept easier to understand and comprehend. The staining process is a good one to learn.2.Collapse SubdiscussionSelena Lopez
Selena LopezJul 20, 2019Local: Jul 20 at 10:28pm<br>Course: Jul 20 at 11:28pmManage Discussion EntryChristinaGreat explanations. Here is a picture that might help others like me that have a hard time understanding with just writing.Erica HuffErica Huff
Jul 21, 2019Local: Jul 21 at 9:10am<br>Course: Jul 21 at 10:10amManage Discussion EntrySelena,This is a great illustration to summarize gram-positive and gram-negative stains. Visually pleasing to us visual learners! Thank you!Catherine PerezCatherine PerezJul 21, 2019Local: Jul 21 at 2:38pm<br>Course: Jul 21 at 3:38pmManage Discussion EntrySelena, Adding a visual always helps. This just emphasized what Christina was talking about. Well done on the add. Hector EsparzaHector EsparzaJul 21, 2019Local: Jul 21 at 3:10pm<br>Course: Jul 21 at 4:10pmManage Discussion EntrySelena I appreciate the image of the differences between the walls and how they stain differently! this is great information and Will more than likely help me on the exam when it comes time to do so. Thank you for your explanation on this
Diana CohenDiana CohenJul 21, 2019Local: Jul 21 at 10:29pm<br>Course: Jul 21 at 11:29pmManage Discussion EntrySelena,What a great visual. Thank you for including it with this week's posts. ~ DianaChristina MunozChristina MunozJul 21, 2019Local: Jul 21 at 10:32pm<br>Course: Jul 21 at 11:32pmManage Discussion EntryHi Selena, Thank you for sharing that figure. I am a visual learner and seeing this help put together the information in my post. Very nice!!3.Christopher DotsonChristopher DotsonJul 21, 2019Local: Jul 21 at 12:38pm<br>Course: Jul 21 at 1:38pmManage Discussion Entry
Great job explaining the differences between gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria. The way you paraphrase the information makes it concise and easy to read.4.Elizabeth WoodrumElizabeth WoodrumJul 21, 2019Local: Jul 21 at 5:18pm<br>Course: Jul 21 at 6:18pmManage Discussion EntryHi Christina , great job comparing and contrasting the 2 organisms. I love seeing everyone's posts. It helps reading these as it adds to your study time. Thanks for your post.5.Christina MunozChristina MunozJul 21, 2019Local: Jul 21 at 10:51pm<br>Course: Jul 21 at 11:51pmManage Discussion EntryPrompt 1: Name the organism to which you were assigned for the Microorganism Profile Assignment and list:whether it is a bacteria, virus, protozoan, fungus or helminthone of the diseases/conditions it can cause.

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