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MIcro Lab 11

Micro 204, Smear preperation and simple staining.

Bacterial cells are difficult to see because the index refraction is very similar to X. water
A good smear should appear only slightly X. turbid
A slant culture is usually considered a better source of organism for staining than is a X culture. broth
Tap water can be used to make smears because there are too few bacteria to be seen under oil immersion. T or F True
A smear is best made if during the heating stage X heat is used. mild
Virtually everyone has bacteria in their saliva. T or F True
The large nucleated cells observed in saliva are most likely X. squamous
If cells stained with methylene blue are washed too long the dye will be X. washed off
Created by: kmorris8