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Microbiology Bacterial Organism Report

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Microbiology Bacteria Pathology Bacteriology Staining Gram-negative bacteria Clinical pathology Agar plate Growth medium Isolation MacConkey agar Gram-positive bacteria
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Microbiology Bacteria Pathology Bacteriology Staining Gram-negative bacteria Clinical pathology Agar plate Growth medium Isolation MacConkey agar Gram-positive bacteria
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For this, seawater samples were taken from Northbridge baths in Willoughby NSW, and was used to extraction of DNA from and the microorganisms found in the sample were cultured, isolated and incubated to then be tested with a series of biochemical tests. These processes are the traditional methods, where microorganism is first isolated, then cultivated and many biochemical tests such as oxidase, catalase reactions and gram-staining are undertaken in order to identify the organism that is being isolated. Modern molecular methods require the extraction of DNA, of both the entire seawater sample and the pure culture, which are sent for DNA analysis, where the DNA is sequenced then compared with other millions of sequences to see which it is most similar to, this usually gives a clear indication of which organism i...
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