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MicrobiologyLab14

Questions about "Endospore Stain"

QuestionAnswer
In the Schaeffer-Fulton endospore staining method, ________ is the decolorizer water
The endospore is (more/less) resistant to environmental stresses than the vegetative cell. more
In bacteria, endospore formation is usually triggered by ________ changes in the environment. nutritional
The primary stain in the Schaeffer-Fulton method is ________ ________. malachite green
A trace element often used in media to stimulate endospore formation is ________. manganese
Individual species of endospore forming bacteria characteristically form spores that have specific ________, ________, and may swell the cell or not. shape, location
The genus ________ is an aerobic sporeforming genus. One species, ________ ________, causes the disease ________. Bacillus, Bacilus anthricis, anthrax
The anaerobic sporeforming genus is ________. One species, ________ ________, causes the disease ________. Clostridium, Clostridium tetani, tetanus
The Shaeffer-Fulton stain is an example of a ________ (type) stain. special
Sporeforming bacteria are ________________ rod-shaped (bacillus)
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