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___________________________________________________________ General Kenobi. Years ago you served my father in the Clone Wars. Now he begs you to help him in his struggle against the Empire. I regret that I am unable to convey my father's request to you in person, but my ship has fallen under attack, and I'm afraid my mission to bring you to Alderaan has failed. I have placed information vital to the survival of the Rebellion into the memory systems of this R2 unit. My father will know how to retrieve it. You must see this droid safely delivered to him on Alderaan. This is our most desperate hour. Help me, Obi-Wan Kenobi. You're my only hope. “You must learn the ways of the Force, if you're to come with me to Alderaan.” I'm not going to Alderaan, I've gotta get home, it's late, I'm in for it as it is!’ “I need your help, Luke. She needs your help. I'm getting too old for this sort of thing.” Look, I can't get involved. I've got work to do. It's not that I like the Empire; I hate it, but there's nothing I can do about it right now... It's all such a long way from here.’ That's your uncle talking.” © 1977 Lucasfilm, Ltd.
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Lab 1 Page 17 Enteric Bacteria We ʼ ll be isolating Enterobacter and Escherichia coli from Patient Samples. Enteric Bacteria (or simply Enterics) refers to a Group of Gram Negative Bacteria found in the Intestinal Tract (Enteric Tract). They can be distinguished from each other using Eosin-Methylene Blue (EMB) Medium. Enterobacter produces a bit of Acid that will precipitate enough of the Eosin to make Colonies appear Pink. Escherichia coli produces massive Amounts of Acid that will precipitate the metachromatic Methylene Blue, resulting in a unique Fly-Butt Green Metallic Sheen on the Medium (the Colonies themselves will be Purple). Enterobacter aerogenes Enterobacter sp. are Gram Negative, Facultative Aerobic, Non-Spore-Forming Rods. There are both free-living Species in the Soil and Symbiotic Species inside the Enteric Tract of Warm-Blooded Animals (Birds or Mammals). They are Non- Pathogenic. When grown on EMB Medium Enterobacter sp. produces characteristic Pink Colonies. Enterobacter is widely distributed in Nature as both Free-Living and Symbiotic Strains, and is often found in large Numbers in decaying Organic Material. Enterobacter aerogenes is on EMB Medium. The Production of small Amounts of Acid results in the Precipitation of the Dye Eosin, making the Colonies appear Pink. When grown on Nutrient Agar, Enterobacter Colonies are Clear-to-White and indistinguishable from E. coli Colonies. The IMViC Test is also used to distinguish Enterobacter from E. coli . The IMViC Test consists of the combined Results of four Biochemical Tests: Indole, Methyl Red, Voges-Proskauer and Citrate (the ”i” was inserted to supply a Vowel). The Results from IMViCs for E. coli and Enterobacter are neatly Reciprocal: Indole MR VP Citrate Enterobacter - - + + E. coli + + - - _________________________________________________________ Mos Eisley spaceport: You will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy.
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