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UTMBIO370Y5Tim WestwoodWinter

BIO370 Lab Report for Labs 1-4.docx

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Escherichia coli with dual-resistant plasmids to yield an genotype. cells amprtetr. The purpose of this experiment was to create dual-resistant colonie
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UTMBIO370Y5George S EspieFall

BIO370Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Superheated Steam, Membrane Technology, Polyvinylidene Fluoride

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Chapter 8: control of microorganisms in the environment. Principles of microbial control are rooted in microbial nutrition, growth, and development. Ge
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UTMBIO370Y5George S EspieFall

BIO370Y5 Chapter 2: Microscopy

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Light microscopes were the first microscopes invented, and they are still the most commonly used microscope. When a ray of light passes from one medium
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UTMBIO370Y5Tim WestwoodWinter

BIO370Y5 Chapter Notes -Bacillus Cereus, Invertase, Statistical Hypothesis Testing

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Pseudomonas aeruginosa: coli unstreaked (control, coli, cereus, coli, cereus. Control (no bacteria: vulgaris l, vulgaris l- Neisseria catarrhalis: coli
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UTMBIO370Y5Tim WestwoodFall

BIO370Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Gram Staining, Proteus Mirabilis, Oxidase Test

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UTMBIO370Y5George S EspieFall

BIO370Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Phosphoenolpyruvic Acid, Uridine, Polysaccharide

Metabolism is central to all life (even bacteria use it to survive and reproduce) Features of metabolism that are common in all organisms: Therefore, t
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UTMBIO370Y5Tim WestwoodWinter

BIO370Y5 Chapter Notes -Peptidoglycan, Gram Staining, Dna Database

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This method, in my opinion, is the method of choice when you want a quick diagnosis (i. e. to treat a patient) and when the exact species of the bacter
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UTMBIO370Y5George S EspieFall

BIO370Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Electron Acceptor, Membrane Transport Protein, Facultative Anaerobic Organism

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Eukaryotic microbes are different from bacteria and archaea in reproduction: many eukaryotic microbes have both asexual reproduction and sexual reprodu
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UTMBIO370Y5George S EspieFall

BIO370Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Unicellular Organism, Symbiogenesis, Phylogenetic Tree

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Chapter 1: the evolution of microorganisms and microbiology. In february 2012, national aeronautics and space administration (nasa) reported that over
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UTMBIO370Y5George S EspieFall

BIO370Y5 Chapter 13: ch13 (1)

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Difficulty level: medium: how many chiral ketones are there that have the molecular formula c6h12o, 1, 2, 4, 6. Difficulty level: medium: how many achi
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