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Module D III

Technical Escort - Biological Operations

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What is the scientific name of Botulinum toxin? Clostridium botulinum
Is clostridium botulinum gram negative or positive? Gram positive
What is the cellular morphology of clostridium botulinum? Bacillus or rod-shaped
What kind of air does clostridium botulinum like? Anaerobic
What kind of agar does clostrdium botulinum like? Egg yolk agar
What incubation temperature does clostridium botulinum like? 37 degrees Celsius
What is the colony morphology of clostridium botulinum? Gray-white with circular, irregular edge morphology
Does clostridium botulinum have spores? Yes, it has spores
What is the scientific name of staphylococcal entertoxin B (SEB)? Staphylococcus aureus
Is staphylococcus aureus gram negative or positive? Gram positive
What is the cellular morphology of staphylococcus aureus? Coccus
What kind of air does staphylococcus aureus like? Anaerobic
What kind of agar does staphylococcus aureus like? Tryptic Soy Agar (TSA)
What incubation temperature does staphylococcus aureus like? 37 degrees Celsius
What is the colony morphology of staphylococcus aureus? Round, wet gold streaks
Does staphylococcus aureus have spores? No, it does not
Created by: JeromeTalley
 

 



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