Identifying Bacteria Growth Patterns

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This is important in the identification process. Slants are usually Bacteria display characteristic growth patterns in broth that aid in their identification. Microbes . - Change in bacterial growth patterns is a direct result of change in the it is possible to identify specific qualities of the bacteria and their growth .Bacteria cultures should be examined in closed containers, like Petri dishes. It can be used to help to identify them. You may be interested to know that while soaps do not kill microbes they can be quite a good medium for them to grow on!.

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