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Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne
Course:
Biol Biol220 - Micro for Health Prof

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Biology 220 Summer II 2007 Lab syllabus This protocol contains a list of the experiments that will be performed each lab period The experiments are designed to provide students with the best possible opportunity to have a successful learning experience The protocols may not follow the procedures outlined in the lab manual some substitutions for organisms may be made That information will be provided by the lab instructor Students will be responsible for understanding the principles set forth in each experiment In addition text book readings from Microbiology A Human Perspective by Nester 4th edition are listed which will further explain and help you understand the principles in these experiments Laboratory Instructor Office Laboratory Office phone Office hours E mail address June 25 Lab 1 Lab safety protocol Aseptic Technique Pure culture technique Bacterial Distribution Discuss Genus and species and morphology Textbook readings Pg 83 4 Section 4 1 Obtaining a Pure Culture read through The Streak Plate Method Pg 111 2 Microbiology Laboratories Pg 250 1 Culture Characteristics Pg 11 Nomenclature Pg 246 7 Taxonomic Hierarchies Pg A 4 Appendix III Pronunciation Key Pg G1 18 Glossary June 26 Lab 2 Complete aseptic technique pure culture technique bacterial distribution Bright field Microscopy Making a Smear Simple stain Gram stain Textbook readings Pg 40 1 Section 3 1 Microscopic Techniques The Instruments read through Contrast Pg 282 The Genus Corynebacterium Pg 45 7 Microscopic Techniques Dyes and Staining read up to Acid Fast Stain Pg 49 51 Section 3 3 Morphology of Prokaryotic Cells Pg 248 9 Microscopic Morphology read through special stains Pg 58 9 The Gram Positive Cell Wall and the Gram Negative Cell Wall read up to the lipopolysaccharide molecule Pg 61 2 Differences in Cell Wall Composition and the Gram Stain June 28 Lab 3 Complete simple stain and gram stain Capsule stain Spore stain Schaeffer Fulton method Acid fast stain Ziehl Neelsen method streak plate and



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