Colony morphology is typically analyzed for five

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Colony morphology is typically analyzed for five basic categories. These include shape, margin, elevation, pigment production, and Select one: a. number. b. texture. c. flavor. d. translucentness. The correct answer is: texture. Smooth, rhizoid, lobate, and filamentous would be terms used to describe the ___________ of a colony. Select one: a. pigment production b. elevation c. margin d. texture The correct answer is: margin
4/9/2018 Week 2 Pre-Lab Quiz 2/3 Question 5 Correct 0.50 points out of 0.50 Question 6 Correct 0.50 points out of 0.50 Question 7 Correct 0.50 points out of 0.50 Question 8 Correct 0.50 points out of 0.50 Question 9 Correct 0.50 points out of 0.50 Observations of microbial colonies on plates can provide more information than cultures that are grown on slants because Select one: a. slants do not allow for the observation of texture. b. slants do not allow for the observation of pigment production. c. slants do not typically produce isolated colonies. d. slants do not allow for the growth of most microbes. The correct answer is: slants do not typically produce isolated colonies. Agar slant cultures are primarily used as media for Select one: a. assessment of colony morphology.

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