Serratia marcescens - Overview
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Serratia marcescens – Overview

Classification of Serratia marcescens Habitat of Serratia marcescens Serratia Marcescens Taxonomy Serratia Marcescens as a Tracer Organism Serratia Marcescens Symptoms

Chlamydia and Chlamydophila
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Chlamydia and Chlamydophila

Chlamydia Human infections caused by Chlamydia species Bacteria Diseases Chlamydia trachomatis Lymphogranuloma venereum, ocular lymphogranuloma venereum, trachoma, adult inclusion conjunctivitis,

Proteus - Overview
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Proteus – Overview

Morphology of Proteus Proteus demonstrates the following characteristics: Culture of Proteus Proteeae organisms are aerobic bacteria that thrive on common

Coliform Bacteria - Definition, Classification, Examples
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Coliform Bacteria – Definition, Classification, Examples

What are Coliforms?  Introduction Classification of Coliforms Escherichia  Edwardsiella Citrobacter  Klebsiella  Klebsiella rhinoscleromatis Klebsiella ozaenae  Klebsiella oxytoca  Enterobacter Hafnia  Serratia 

Clostridium botulinum - Overview
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Clostridium botulinum – Overview

Types of Botulism  There are three primary forms of botulism: baby, wound, and foodborne. Additional clinical classifications include adult intestinal

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Clostridium tetani – Overview

Tetanus is caused by C. tetani, an obligate anaerobic Gram-positive bacillus. Tetanus is an infectious disease characterised by increased muscle

Clostridium perfringens
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Clostridium perfringens – Overview

The genus Clostridium comprises Gram-positive, anaerobic, endospore-forming bacilli. The endospores are typically larger than the bacilli’s bodies, giving the bacteria

Classification of Bacteria
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Classification of Bacteria

Bacteria Definition Bacteria are prokaryotic, unicellular organisms without a real nucleus and a few organelles. Bacteria; singular bacterium, common noun

Colony Morphology of Bacteria and Examples
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Colony Morphology of Bacteria and Examples

Bacterial colonies are an essential element of microbiology that is relevant today and will likely remain the same. These colonies are utilized to conduct medical research, the development of pharmaceuticals, and use within the industry of food (the healthy ones, naturally) and many more. When a bacterial colony has been established, the first step to do is recognize it by the morphology of the bacterial colony it exhibits.

Staphylococcus aureus
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Staphylococcus aureus

Domain: Bacteria Phylum: Bacillota Class: Bacilli Order: Bacillales Family: Staphylococcaceae Genus: Staphylococcus Species: S. aureus Overview of Staphylococcus aureus Staphylococcus

Cultivation of bacteria
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Cultivation of bacteria

Bacteria constitute a vital element in the ecology. They are essential to our health as well as the environmental health, play an essential role in the production of food, and offer bioengineers the tools to harness their abilities and produce compounds. However, they could also be harmful, causing harm and diseases. The capacity to cultivate the microbes that cause harm is an essential element in being capable of harnessing their power, recognize the most harmful causes and improve our knowledge and capabilities. This article will look at the complexities of bacterial culture and the factors that affect conditions in culture as well as common issues and a few of the many applications.

L-form bacteria Definition, Size and shape, Culturing , Applications
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L-form bacteria Definition, Size and shape, Culturing , Applications

"L-form" bacteria are also referred to as L-phase bacteria or L-phase variants, and cell wall deficient (CWD) bacteria are bacteria with no cell walls. They were first identified around 1935, by the scientist Emmy Klieneberger Nobel who identified them as "L-forms" after the Lister Institute in London which she was working at.

Bacterial Culture Technique
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Bacterial Culture Technique

Microbiological cultures, also known as Microbial cultureis the technique of generating microbial species by the process of letting them reproduce in a conditions in a monitored laboratory conditions. Microbiological cultures are fundamental and essential diagnostic methods that are employed as research tools within molecular biology. The term"culture" could be used to describe the microorganisms that are being grown.

Protoplast Culture Methods
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Protoplast Culture Methods

Isolated protoplasts can be cultured in a liquid medium , or semisolid agar medium , either in thin layers or tiny drops of nutrient medium in petridish. The medium used to cultivate protoplasts is the same as that needed for suspension or callus culture.

Protoplasts fusion - Somatic fusion
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Protoplasts fusion – Somatic fusion

The process of somatic fusion is also known as protoplast Fusion, is a kind of genetic modification of plants in which two plant species are merged into a hybrid plant that has the traits of both species the species, an somatic hybrid. Hybrids are created among different species that are of the exact same species (e.g. between non-flowering potato plant species and flowers-producing potato plant) and between distinct species (e.g. among wheat Triticum as well as Rye Secale to make Triticale).

Protoplasts Isolation
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Protoplasts Isolation

The protoplast, sometimes referred to as a naked plant cell refers to all the constituents in a cell of plant that are not the wall of the cell. The term"protoplast" was first used in the work of Hanstein in 1880 to refer to the living matter contained within the membrane of the plant cell. The protoplast that is isolated is unique because the plasma membrane's outer layer is completely exposed and forms the only barrier between the outside surrounding environment and the inner living cells.