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Chapter 20 / Exercise 20.24
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That’s it. No Mad Hatter Tea Party with any of these Plates. He just poured the Contents of each Tube of Top Agar over one Half of the appropriate Bottom Agar Plate and allowed the Top Agar to solidify. • “What are your Plaque Counts for each Plate of these Top Agar Slants?” 10-410-510-610-710-810-9TNTCTNTCTNTCTNTC423 42 You look at these Plaque Counts, you look at the Plates, and finally you tell Alfonso, Biff, Buckey, Buffy that their Phage Titer is -- A. 2.1 x 1010pfu/ml. ____________________________ B. 4.2 x 1010pfu/ml. ____________________________ C. 8.5 x 1010pfu/ml. ____________________________ D. 1.7 x 1011pfu/ml.
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MIC 103L Exam 2 Page 56. Your Semi-Lucid Lab Partner asks you, "How many Yeast Cells are there in a Yeast Colony growing on a YGC Plate?" You use a Hemocytometer that has two Counting Chambers, each of which is divided (like “Hollywood Squares”) into 9 Large Squares (1.0 mm x 1.0 mm). The Centermost Large Square is subdivided into 25 Medium Squares (0.2 mm x 0.2 mm; 5 Squares across and 5 Squares down). Each Medium Square is in turn subdivided into 16 Small Squares (you ignore these guys). A Special, Thicker-than-Normal Cover Slip creates a Vertical Distance of 0.1 mm between the Top of the Counting Chamber and the Bottom of the Cover Slip. You sterilize your Loop and scoop-up all of a small, isolated Yeast Colony to make a Yeast Suspension in exactly 5.0 ml of Sterile Saline. You use this Suspension to load your Hemocytometer. The Center-most Square -- which fills your Field of View under the Yellow 10X Lens -- is marked-off into 25 Medium Squares (0.2 mm x 0.2 mm).You count the Number of Yeast Cells in 4 of these 25 Medium Squares (the Medium Squares in each Corner). Your Counts are: 47, 36, 45 and 32. Approximately how many Yeast Cells were there in this entire small, isolated Yeast Colony that you scooped-up to make your Yeast Suspension?
_______________________________________ B. 3.2 x 107Yeast Cells_______________________________________ C. 4.0 x 107Yeast Cells_______________________________________ D. 5.0 x 107Yeast Cells
MIC 103L Exam 2 Page 67. The Half-Brothers Ho Kao and Lee Kao give you a 10 Gram Sample of the Imitation Ground Beast they use in their Famous Ho-Lee Kao!™ Quarter Pound VeggieBurger. You blend this 10 Gram Sample in 90 ml of Sterile Saline and perform a Viable Count. Your Results are: Nutrient Agar Plates: 10-310-410-510-610-710-8TNTC TNTC 314 32 MacConkey Agar Plates: 10-310-410-510-610-710-8TNTC 512 51 5 San Francisco Native Ho still thinks their Ho-Lee Kao!™ Quarter Pound VeggieBurgers are made with a Quarter Pound of Imitation Ground Beast (113 Grams). But the ever-wily Shanghai Native Lee has been cutting some Costs by actually making them with an even 100 Grams of Imitation Ground Beast. (Customers don't weigh Ho-Lee Kao!™ VeggieBurgers; they eat them!) What is the approximate Number of Aerobic Bacteria that would be present in an uncooked 100 Gram Ho-Lee Kao!™ VeggieBurger made from this same Batch of Imitation Ground Beast you tested? 3 0 0 0

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