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Questions about "Streak Plate"

If asepsis is not practiced in the laboratory, ________ of cultures will result. contamination
As suggested in the introduction, bacterial growth means an increase in bacterial ________ instead of the size of one cell. population
A good aid in determining the margin type of a bacterial colony is a ________ lens. magnifying
When you incubate a Petri plate, it should normally be placed in an incubator with the ________ side up. bottom
A mass of cells growing on an agar surface is called a ________. colony
The mass of cells in question 5 is usually derived from a ________ cell. viable
Restreaking a colony for isolation several times is necessary to be reasonably sure that you have an ________ ________. isolated (or pure) colony
In taking cells from a culture tube for streaking, it is important to ________ the end of the inoculating loop holder before entering the tube. sterilize
Streaking a plate with the open face of the loop oriented vertically to the agar surface us a good way to ________ the agar. scratch or gouge
Agar should be poured into a plate at a fairly cool temperature to avoid excess ________ on the inside of the lid. condensation
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