Find the 2 plates that have pseudomonas putida in

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• Find the (2) Plates that have Pseudomonas putida in Quadrant II. - These are the Students who came down with Jawa Fever on the First Hand Shake (or on the “First Day” of our Epidemic). • Find the Plates (4) that have Pseudomonas putida in Quadrant III. - These are the Students who contracted Jawa Fever on the Second Hand Shake (or on the Second Day of our Epidemic) • Count how many Students have Pseudomonas putida in Quadrant IIII (probably 8) - This gives you the Total Number of Cases of Jawa Fever over our “Three Day” Time Course for our Epidemic Now you can calculate the Morbidity Rate for Jawa Fever in your Lab: Number of New Cases over a specific Time Period Morbidity Rate = ________________________________________ Number of Individuals in a Susceptible Population We’ve assumed a Mortality Rate of 0.25 for Jawa Fever (which, by the Way, is a seriously Scary Mortality Rate for any Disease). So now you can calculate the expected Number of Deaths from Jawa Fever in your Lab: Number of Deaths from a Disease over a specific Time Period Mortality Rate = __________________________________________________ Number of Cases of that Disease over the same Time Period Artificial Epidemic Clean-Up • Please put all your Jawa Fever and Cantina Cramps Plates in Oscar - Please tell us when the Autoclave Bag is getting Full Practice Unknowns Unknown Y and Unknown Z are available for practicing your Gram Staining under more realistic Conditions (i.e. more like the Staining Practical). You actually have to rely on your Ability to perform a accurately interpret a Gram Stain.
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