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7. Which of the following best describes the Growth Phase of the Bacteria in an isolated Colony of one of our Rogues Gallery Bacteria? A. All of the Bacteria in this Colony are in the same Growth Phase. ______________________________________________________________________ B. • The Bacteria in the Middle of this Colony are in Lag Phase. • The Bacteria at the Edge of this Colony are in Logarithmic Phase (Exponential Phase). ______________________________________________________________________ C. • The Bacteria in the Middle of this Colony are in Stationary Phase (or possibly even Death Phase). • The Bacteria at the Edge of this Colony are in Lag Phase. ______________________________________________________________________ D. • The Bacteria in the Middle of this Colony are in Stationary Phase (or possibly even Death Phase). • The Bacteria at the Edge of this Colony are in Logarithmic Phase (Exponential Phase).
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MIC 103L Exam 1 Page 58. Your Lab Partner obtained the following Data for the Bacterial Growth Curve Experiment: Time (Minutes) Optical Density (600 nm) 0 0.013 _________________________________________________ 10 0.033 _________________________________________________ 20 0.045 _________________________________________________ 30 0.062 _________________________________________________ 40 0.085 _________________________________________________ 50 0.118 _________________________________________________ 60 0.160 No, No, No!!! Something is soobviously Wrong here. You have Speaks with your Lab Partner, trying to use simple Words: “Did you add DI Water to the Cuvette to Zero your Genesys 20?” ‘Uh… Yes’ “Did you press any other Buttons besides the “0 ABS/100% T” Button? ‘Uh… Uh... No.’ “Did you dump the DI Water out of the Cuvette before taking the 0 Timepoint Reading?” (You point to the E. coli Waste Beaker) ‘Uh… Uh… Mm... Mm... I don't know. I'm not sure.’ (What!!!) “Did you accurately record the Timepoints?” (You point to the Clock) ‘Uh… Yes.’ Well…OK. You go ahead and plot out these Data, taking into Account that something was soobviously Wrong here, and with a quick Fix you determine that the Generation Time for your Bacterium was approximately --
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MIC 103L Exam 1 Page 7âQuestions 9, 10 and 11 refer to the Brightfield Alignment Set-Ups that would be used for aligning any high-quality Teaching or Research Microscope (Leitz, Nikon, Olympus, Zeiss). 9. The First Set-Up (Set-Up 1) for Brightfield Alignment involves -- A. • Setting the Working Distance between Specimen and the Condenser Lens. • You do this Set-Up by focussing on the Image of the Field Diaphragm using the Condenser Focus Knob, which raises and lowers both the Condenser and the Stage in Tandem. ________________________________________________ B. • Setting the Working Distance between Specimen and the Condenser Lens. • You do this Set-Up by focussing on the Image of the Field Diaphragm using the Condenser Focus Knob, which raises and lowers the Condenser without moving the Stage. ________________________________________________ C. • Setting the Working Distance between the Specimen and the Objective Lens. • You do this Set-Up by focussing on the Specimen (or the "P" Slide) using the Fine and Coarse Focus Knobs, which raise and lower both the Stage and the Condenser in Tandem. ________________________________________________ D. • Setting the Working Distance between the Specimen and the Objective Lens.

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