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Use and Care of Microscope
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acetic acid add i c.c. agglutination albumin alkaline amount antigen bacilli bacteria BACTERIOLOGICAL bile blood agar blue boiling bottle broth c.c. of blood c.c. of water c.c. saline solution carbonate cells cent alcohol cent solution centrifuge chloride coagulation colonies color colorimeter containing corpuscles count cover glass culture determination DIAGNOSIS dilution dissolved distilled water drop erythrocytes examination feces filter filtrate flask glucose gram-negative grams granules guinea-pigs heat hemoglobin hemolysis hydrochloric acid incubator infection Inoculate laboratory leukocyte medium method Method.—i microscope milk milligrams millimeters N/io needle nitrogen normal organisms pipet plates pneumococci potassium precipitate prepared Procedure.—i reagent removed salt sample sediment sera serum shaking slide smears sodium chloride sodium hydroxide specimens spinal fluid stain standard sterile stomach stoppered streptococci sugar sulphuric acid suspension syringe temperature test tube tion tissue titration tubercle bacilli twenty-four hours urea urine usually volume volumetric flask Wash water bath Wright's stain