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acetic acid Agar Agar Colonies.—Deep colonies albumin alcohol alkaline ammonia amount Bacillus bacteria Bacterium bile bilirubin Blood Serum.—Abundant boiling Broth.—Turbidity bulb c.c. of urine casein cecum cells cent chloride closed arm coagulation color containing crystals Dextrose diagnosis diarrhea diet digestion dilute disease dissolved distilled drops duodenum eggs ether examination excretion Fecal Odor.—Not produced feces Fermentation Tube filtered fluid Ford Gelatine grammes growth in closed hydrochloric acid Indol.—Not produced intestinal kidney Lactose line of inoculation liquefaction Litmus method microns microscopical Migula milk mixture motile mucus nephritis Nitrates.—Reduced to nitrites nitric acid nitrites nitrogen normal occur opaque oxalate phosphates pigment precipitate present proteid quantity reaction reagent rectum renal Saccharose Saccharose and Lactose scum sediment serum sodium hydrate solution Spores.—Not formed stained starch stomach stools sugar sulphate sulphuric acid superficial colonies surface test-tube tion tubules turbidity typhoid ulcers urates urea uric acid urine urobilin
Page 275 - Body cylindrical, somewhat attenuated anteriorly. Buccal cavity with two pairs of ventral teeth curved like hooks, and one pair of dorsal teeth directed forward; dorsal rib not projecting into the cavity.
Page 276 - ... dorsal ray divides at a point two-thirds its length from its base, each branch being tridigitate ; spicules long and slender. Female, 10 to 18 mm. long; vulva at or near posterior third of body. Eggs, ellipsoid, 52 to 60 u by 32 u, laid in segmentation.
Page 278 - Male, 7 to 9 mm. long; caudal bursa with short dorso-median lobe, which often appears as if it were divided into two lobes and with prominent lateral lobes united ventrally by an indistinct ventral lobe; common base of dorsal and dorso-lateral rays very short; dorsal ray divided to its base; its two branches being prominently divergent and their tips being bipartite; spicules long and slender. Female, 9 to 11 mm long; vulva in anterior half of body, but near equator.
Page 278 - Body cylindrical, somewhat attenuated anteriorly; buccal capsule, with a dorsal pair of prominent semilunar plates or lips and a ventral pair of slightly developed lips of a same nature; dorsal conical median tooth projects prominently into the buccal cavity.
Page 278 - T-8; common base of dorsal and dorso-lateral rays very short; dorsal ray divided to its base, its two branches being prominently divergent and their tips being bipartite; spicules long and slender. Female, 9 to 11 mm. long; vulva in anterior half of body, but near equator. Eggs...
Page 16 - COMPARATIVE SCALES, showing at a glance the exact equivalent of ordinary weights and measures In those of the Metric System, and vice versa, The equivaients ot fracuons, whether large or small, may be tound with great nicety by these sealeK.
Page 32 - As indicated above, the amount of solids can be calculated with a degree of accuracy sufficient for clinical purposes by multiplying the last two figures of the specific gravity by 2; the number obtained indicates the amount of solids in every 1000 cc of urine.
Page 210 - Organisms producing alkali; not liquefying any media; fermenting carbohydrates to the point of acidity, but no gas. Dysentericus, or Shiga group. Represented by: Bacillus dysenteriae.
Page 100 - ... present in excess. If this does not occur more of the iodine solution must be added and the process repeated until an excess is present. The excess is then retitrated with the thiosulphate solution until the fluid presents a faint-yellow color. A few cubic centimeters of starch solution are now added, and the titration continued until the last trace of blue has disappeared. The number of cubic centimeters employed in the titration is finally deducted from the total amount of the iodine solution...
Page 209 - ... gelatin, casein, and blood serum; fermenting carbohydrates with the production of acid and gas. Proteus, or Hau-ser group. Represented by: Bacillus plebeius, Ford; ferments dextrose, saccharose, and lactose. Bacillus infrequens, Ford; ferments dextrose and lactose. Bacillus vulgaris, Hauser; ferments dextrose and saccharose. GROUP VI. Organisms producing alkali; liquefying various media, but not fermenting carbohydrates to the point of acidity. Booker group. Represented by: Bacillus recti, Ford;...