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Micro lab 14

Micro 204, endospore stain lab 14

In the Schaeffer-Fulton endospore staining method, X is the decolorizer. water
The endospore is X resistant to the environmental stresses than the vegetative cell. more
In bacteria endospore formation usually triggered by X changes in the environment. nutritional
The primary stain in the Schaeffer-Fulton method is X. malachite green
A trace element often used in media to stimulate endospore formation is X. manganese
Individual species of endospore forming bacteria characteristically from spores that have specific X,X and may swell the cell or not. location, shape
The genus X is an aerobic spore forming genus. One species X, causes the disease X. Bacillus, Bacillus anthracis, anthrax
The anaerobic spore forming genus is X . One species X, causes X. Clostridium, Clostridium tetani, tetanus
The Schrieffer-Fulton stain is an example of a X stain. special
Spore forming bacteria are X. rod shaped (bacillus)
Malachite green primary stain
decolorizer removes malachite green
saffron red counter stain.
Created by: kmorris8