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VA Microbiology

VTA 130 Microbiology

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list the three basic shapes of bacteria coccus (round), Bacillus (rods), spirillum (spirals)
Gram negative bacteria stain is what color pink
Gram positive bacteria stain is what color purple
what is the purpose of a gram stain to differentiate between gram positive and gram negative bacteria
what are the 3 pieces of information we label on a culture plate client name, date, where swab came from
how is a culture plate placed in the incubator upside down
what are the three types of hemolysis alpha, beta, gamma
name two types of stain used in microbiology New Methylene blue, Gram
define morphology the description of size, shape, color
what is the scientific name for canine ear yeast Malassezia pachydermatis
what is DTM drematified testing media
describe alpha hemolysis green/brown incomplete hemolysis
describe beta hemolysis complete hemolysis
describe gama hemolysis no color, no hemolysis
what are the Gram stains used in order (CIDS) crystal violet, iodine, decolorize, safranin
what is the first thing you do in the Gram stain procedure heat fix
what are the types of media basic, enriched, selective, differential, Mueller-Hinton Agar,
what is enriched media enriched with 5% sheep's blood
what is hemolysis blood destruction
what is the first lab rule assume all cultures are bio hazardous waste
name the three basic shapes of bacteria cocci (round), bacillus (rods), sprillium (spiral)
what do we do use a gram stain for it is the first step in identifying a bacterial organism or pathogen
what is the first step we do when doing a gram stain heat fix it
what are the stains we use in a gram stain crystal violet, iodine, decolorer, safranin
how long do we allow the decolorer stain to stay on 10 sec
why do we do a gram stain to differentiate between gram positive and gram negative bacteria
what is formites inanament objects that transfer bacteria
what is nosocomial acquiring bacteria from a health care facility
what is an aerobic specimen requires air to live
what is an anaerobic specimen can't survive in oxygen
what are the six types of media basic, enriched, selective, differential, Mueller-Hinton agar, broth
what is hemolysis blood destruction
what is morphology size, shape, color, etc
what is the BAP blood auger plate
what is the enriched media enriched with 5% sheeps blood
what is DTM dramatophyte testing media
What temp is the BAP incubated at 37 degrees C = 98.6 degrees F/ body temp
what is a DTM incubated at room temperature
to inoculate our BAP plate we need what gloves, sterile swab, media, incubator
what do we use the Mueller-Hinton auger used for for antibiotic susceptibility testing
what will grow lime green under the woods lamp ring worm
what is a drematafite ring worm
what is mycology study of fungus
what does canine ear yeast look like under the microscope like a footprint or a kidney bean
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