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in a Test Tube Rack and arrange them in some Semi-Lucid Sequence. • You’ll want to refer to the Flow Charts at the End of Lab 7 to determine precisely which Tests you’ll be performing. 2. If you want to use the UV Light Box in the Middle Room, please ask me, your TA or your Tutor for Adult Supervision. 3. The Reagents for completing IMViCs are on the Bench at the Back of the Lab. Please return these Reagents when you are finished using them. Work together as a Clan. Read Labels. Hydrogen Peroxide and KOH are both Clear Fluids. Some of these Tests take quite a while to “develop”. Plan accordingly. 4. If all the Tests make Sense, go ahead and submit your Biochemical Unknowns Results. 5. If some Tests don’t make Sense you can repeat Gram Staining, Oxidase and/or Catalase Tests. These Reagents are on the Back Bench. Repeating these Steps might help you determine the Identity of your Unknown. Then go ahead and submit your Biochemical Unknowns Results. You can submit Results as a Clan or as an Individual. Grading is Digital. Your Patient will live and you will each receive 20 Points - or - Your Patient will die and you will each receive 0 Points. ____________________ “They tried and failed?” ‘They tried and died.’ © 1984 De Laurentiis
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Lab 8 Page 4 Artificial Epidemic (2) This is really Fun. You can arrange the Plates on a Bench Top and follow the Course of the Epidemic. B. • Find the only Plate that has Pseudomonas putida (Fluorescence) in Quadrant I. - This is Patient Zero.
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