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Chapter 1 / Exercise 04
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When using the White-Ringed 100X Oil Immersion Lens of your “Biological Microscope” a Vibrio choleraemeasures Twenty (20) Eyepiece Reticle Units. Approximately how large is this Bacterium? A. About 2.0 μm. B. About 5.0 μm. C. About 8.0 μm. D. About 10.0 μm. 16. Your Lab Partner takes one of our MIC 101 Microtiter Pipettes and the appropriate Microtiter Pipette Tips, sets the Microtiter Pipette Dial to -- 0 | 5 | 0 -- thatʼs (Top to Bottom) Zero, Five, Zero -- and then adds this Amount of Fluid to an empty Test Tube. You take one of our MIC 101 Microtiter Pipettes and the appropriate Microtiter Pipette Tips, set this Microtiter Pipette Dial, and add an Amount of Fluid to this same Sterile Test Tube that will bring the Total Volume of Fluid in this Test Tube up to 1.0 Milliliters. To do this you would set your Microtiter Pipette Dial to -- A. 0 | 0 | 5 B. 0 | 9 | 5 C. 5 | 0 | 0 D. 9 | 5 | 0
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MIC 101 Lab Exam Page 1117. Youʼve got your Bacteriophage in your “1” Dilution Tube. You notice that the Top Agar Tubes look suspiciously Full. ¡Canasta! ¡Crayola! Your Lab Partner has measured 6.0 ml of Top Agar to each of the Top Agar Tubes in your 50°C Heating Block. What should you do?
18. Your Clan does a Phage Titer Exercise and messes it up Big Time. Your Results are as follows: Plate N0. Plaques 10-4Confluent 10-5Confluent 10-6Confluent 10-7373 10-8Lawn but no Plaques 10-94 What is the most likely Explanation for the Anomaly on your 10-8Plate?
MIC 101 Lab Exam Page 1219. The other Clan at your Bench has just finished setting-up and labeling all the Tubes necessary for performing the Bacteriophage Titer Experiment. You offer to double-check this Clanʼs Set-up for them and notice that someone in their Clan has added 9.0 ml Tryptone Broth to each of their Dilution Tubes. Everyone else in Lab is pointing at them and laughing. So you step out into the Hallway and quickly change into your Action Figure Hero Outfit, return to the Lab and -- standing Arms akimbo -- announce, “Iʼm Action Figure Hero and Iʼm here to help you.” Men gasp and Women swoon but you boldly proceed to explain the Concept of a Dilution Series in Detail for this Clan.

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