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week 1 vocab for lab

capable of living viable
cotton on the end of a slender stick used for cleansing, applying remedies, or obtaining tissue or secretion for bacteriologic exam swab
spreading of bacteria by drawing a wire containing the inoculum across surface of the medium streak culture
evacuation of bowels stool
substance expelled by coughing or clearing thee bronchi sputum
holding or fastening a bacterial specimen to a slide: adhering a smear to glass slide by fixative or heat smear fixation
bacteria spread on a surface, as a microscopic slide or a culture medium smears
pertaining to the study of the serum component of the blood serologic
culture of a single form of microorganism uncontaminateed by other organisms pure culture
culture that reveals suspected organism positive culture
disease producing microorganisms pathogens
culture that fails to reveal suspecteed organisms negative culture
visible only by using a microscope microscopic
minute living organisms such as bacteria, virus, protozoa, and fungus that are not visible to the human eye without microscope microorganisms
the scientific study of microorganisms microbiology
small organisms including bacteria, protozoa, algae, fungus, and defined viruses microbes
substance on which microorganisms may grow media
to inject or transfer a microorganism, serum, or toxic material into the body, culture, medium or slide inoculate
In bacteriology, period of culture development or time it takes from placing inoculatd agar plate in incubator or oven to when microorganisms start to grow incubation
study of the microscopic structure of tissue histology
the culture of bacteria on a gelatin medium, such as agar gelatin culture
evacuation of bowels: also known as stools feces
the science that deals with the formation, structure and function of cells cytology
self contained culturing packet system culturette
propagation of microorganisms or of living tissue cells in special media that are conductive to their growth process by which organisms are grown on media and identified cultures
micoorganisms able to survive without oxygen anaerobes
clumping agglutination
microorganisms that are able to live only in the presence of oxygen aerobes
Created by: driddle73