Microbiology in Practice: A Self-instructional Laboratory Course
A laboratory manual that offers a self-instructional approach, this text is designed to guide students through each of its 55 modules covering the practice of microbiology. It includes definitions, directions for completing each laboratory experience, and objectives for each module. This sixth edition of the book lays greater emphasis on laboratory safety as well as cross-referencing to appropriate laboratories.
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Module 1 Triple Beam Balance
Module 2 Preparing and Dispensing Media
Sterilization of Media and Equipment
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48 hours acid amount anaerobic antibiotic antigen Aseptic Transfer autoclave Bacillus bacteria bacterial cells bacterium bottle broth broth culture broth tubes capsule cause coagulase colony counter color containing count culture tube cysts Describe differential dilution disease disinfectant enteric pathogens enzyme Escherichia coli exoenzyme fermentation tubes genus and species Gram reaction Gram stain Gram-negative Gram-positive growth hemolysis identify IMViC Incubate infection inoculating loop inoculum instructor so indicates intestinal Lab Section MODULE Label laboratory lactose lactose broth MacConkey agar mannitol Mastery of Module medium methylene blue microorganisms milk ml pipette nutrient agar organisms OVERALL OBJECTIVE oxygen parasitic pasteurized petri dish pH indicator pipette post test Prepared PREREQUISITE SKILL produce Proteus pyogenes reagents Related Experience Salmonella serum shown in Figure slant cultures smear Specific Objectives specimen spores Staphylococcus aureus sterile Streaking for Isolation streptococci Streptococcus pyogenes swab Take the post temperature Transfer of Microbes urea wet mount worksheet yeast