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agar plate

medium on which micro-organisms are cultured, and their sensitivity to antibiotics tested
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7 In contrast to the classic Klebsiella pneumoniae strain, it's colonies on blood agar plate appear hypermucoviscous with a positive String test which is a semi quantitative phenotypic test done to assess the hypermucoviscosity of hv strain of KP done by stretching a bacterial colony on an agar plate with an inoculation needle and it is labeled positive when the Viscous string is >5mm in length.
Antibiotic discs sensitivity test of 21 antibiotics was performed on Mueller Hinton agar and blood agar plates by lawning the test culture uniformly by sterile swab to observe sensitivity test of the isolated culture after incubation at 37oC for 24 hours [17].
aeruginosa slightly convex, irregular edges with a Colony appearance fluorescent greenish color, size -3-5 mm ND Colony count Organism and Unwashed-HuBA Blood agar plates characteristics (a,b) 4% 3% S.
This indicates that the prepared blood agar plates were not contaminated.
aureus is to culture an isolate from a blood agar plate and then use a latex test to identify S.
If either the blood agar plate or the Lim broth preparation grew GBS, the results were reported as positive.
In plates using the impregnated Pi-Ray fabric, the area of the blood agar plate in contact with the Pi-Ray fabric did not grow microorganisms, while in the control fabric those areas in contact with the fabric, as well the areas not in contact with the fabric, did show microbial growth," Jaresko said.
Another blood agar plate with a metronidazole disc placed was incubated in an anaerobic jar for 48 hours.
The streptococcus organism is easy to isolate in the blood agar plate and the treatment of streptococcal infection with antibiotics is simple, which will reduce the morbidity and mortality due to suppurative and non-suppurative complications.
aeruginosa has been simply detected morphologically, as the detection of the green pigment of pyocyanin, the hemolytic activity of the bacterial growth on blood agar plate and the proteolytic activity of the pathogen on the casein plate.