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Biology Microbial Practical Report

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The aim of the experiment is to investigate the degree of truth and effectiveness of antibacterial chemicals that claim to be 99.9% effective against bacteria, this will be done by culturing the bacteria, Bacillus Subitlis, and measuring the effect on cell culture growth (by measuring inhibition zones) formed by treating the bacteria with four different antibacterial chemicals. Grade Obtained: A

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Microbiology Bacteriology Gram-positive bacteria Agar diffusion test Bacteria Antibiotics Isolation Agar plate Agar Microbiological culture Staphylococcus aureus Bacillus
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Microbiology Bacteriology Gram-positive bacteria Agar diffusion test Bacteria Antibiotics Isolation Agar plate Agar Microbiological culture Staphylococcus aureus Bacillus
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In this experiment, the microbe under investigation is bacteria. Bacterium or commonly referred to as ‘germs’ are prokaryotic, unicellular microscopic (living) organisms. They are found in every habitat on Earth and have adapted and have the ability to adapt rapidly to extreme environments – ranging from the far depths of the ocean to the Arctic snow. Bacteria are incredibly resilient and some can adapt to new environments or chemical environments within twenty minutes, as some strains can cause diseases, it is important that chemicals used will inhibit development and division as to not incr...
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