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Staphylococcus aureus | Microbiology Unknown Paper

By at December 10, 2013 | 8:38 am | 0 Comment

Staphylococcus aureus UNKNOWN LAB REPORT General Microbiology Fall 2013     INTRODUCTION: Bacteria exist in millions and contain different properties. The structure of a bacterium can determine its pathogenicity and virulence. Each bacterium reacts differently in different environments. These factors are helpful in diagnosing and treating diseases more...

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How to Write a Microbiology Unknown Paper | Lab Report

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 UNKNOWN LAB REPORT Unknown Number 118 – Gram Positive Alternate Number 1 – Gram Negative Susan Berberich Biology 203 - Microbiology Fall/2013  Introduction: It has been estimated that there are 5 nonillion or 5 x 1030 bacteria on earth today. (1)  Identification is key to know exactly how a particular bacteria should be treated or if treatment is more...

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How to Identify Staphylococcus epidermidis | Micro Lab Paper

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 UNKNOWN LAB REPORT Jillian Thornton December 3, 2013 Microbiology INTRODUCTION This study was done using the information learned in Microbiology thus far. The study emphasizes the importance of recognizing an unknown microorganism. In the health field it can be used to diagnose an illness or disease in a patient. This allows the physician and staff to more...

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How to Identify Enterobacter aerogenes | Microbiology Unknown Report

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UNKNOWN LAB REPORT Mandakini Patel 12/03/2013 Microbiology Fall 2013 INTRODUCTION There are many practical and theoretical applications for identifying unknown bacteria. It is very important for the physicians to know what bacteria cause diseases so that they are able to prescribe a narrow spectrum antibiotic, rather than prescribing a broad spectrum antibiotic. more...

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Understanding Rabies by Melody Bier

By at August 19, 2013 | 1:55 pm | 0 Comment

Rabies is a unique medical condition in that it is zoonotic in nature, meaning that it is normally found in animals, but can also be transmitted to humans via infected saliva. Another aspect of its uniqueness is that it has one of the highest case to fatality rates as far as viruses are concerned. In the United States we take this horrifying disease for granite because of more...

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