The Case of the Mysterious Infection !1
Dr. Collins and the Case of the Mysterious Infection by Lemons & Huber
Kayla presented with a fever, and right groin pain, and was diagnosed with an infected
hip joint. Dr. Collins then confirmed that there a
Staining Technique Lab
The majority of microbes are colorless and therefore require staining in order to be
viewed, even while using a microscope. Depending on the organism being observed, different
staining methods are used. Simple stains
Aseptic Technique 1!
For thousands of years, scientists seeking answers to myriads of questions have
performed experiments. Starting with a question, they formed a hypothesis, a potential answer.
From there they moved on to conducting an expe
Microorganism Growth Lab !1
Growth of Microorganisms Lab Report
As we have previously learned in Microbiology class, microbes are everywhere, in the air
we breathe, the objects we touch and the food we eat. There are many species of microbes,
Microbiology Case Study !1
Chlamydial Infection Case Study
Chlamydia is the most common sexually transmitted disease in the United States.
However, many people who are infected may be completely asymptomatic, or show symptoms
as late as several weeks afte
Microbiology Case Studies !1
Case Study 1
1. The patient presented with non-stop watery diarrhea, lethargy, vomiting, cramping and
pain. Then, his temperature rose to 101.8, and he became severely dehydrated. All of these
symptoms are synonymous with gast
Microbiology, the field of biology devoted to the study of microscopic organisms, is integral to
human life and health. A huge factor in human illness is the presence of pathogenic
microorganisms, which can wreak sometimes irrevocable damage.