Identifying Unknown Bacterium

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Various steps involved in the identification of unknown bacteria are: Isolation: The importance of this step is to isolate pure colonies of bacteria. Staining Reactions: Biochemical reactions: Indole test: Methyl Red Test: Voges Proskauer Test: Citrate Utilization Test: TSI:.

UNKNOWN LAB REPORT. Unknown Number 105. Mic.e Sinovcic. BIO 203: General Microbiology I. Spring 2014 . INTRODUCTION. Identifying and understanding microorganisms is important for multiple reasons being that bacteria are a major cause of human disease and illness..DISCUSSION/CONCLUSION: The first culture's results were found with the help of the unknown chart, handed out by the instructor. The unknown, #125, was isolated in order to grow two separate cultures..A foodborne disease outbreak is defined as an incident in which two or more persons experience a similar illness resulting from the ingestion of a common food.* Foodborne disease outbreaks should be reported to CDC's Enteric Diseases Epidemiologynch through the National Outbreak Reporting .Pearson, as an active contributor to the biology learning community, is pleased to provide free access to the Cl.ic edition of The Biology Place .

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    DISCUSSION/CONCLUSION: The first culture's results were found with the help of the unknown chart, handed out by the instructor. The unknown, #125, was isolated in order to grow two separate cultures..

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    A foodborne disease outbreak is defined as an incident in which two or more persons experience a similar illness resulting from the ingestion of a common food.* Foodborne disease outbreaks should be reported to CDC's Enteric Diseases Epidemiologynch through the National Outbreak Reporting .

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