Gram positive rods
the previous answer of gram positive rods is incorrect the correct answer is gram negative rods
Spore forming, gram positive rods
They shape different. Gram positive cocci shapes different from gram negative rods.
Gram positive spore forming rods
Gram Positive Rods
yes it does
Look at them under a microscope! If they are cocci, they will look like balls. If they are rods, they will look like...rods!
Gram positive organisms are either rods or cocci. Rods, or bacilli, include Bacillus anthracis, which causes anthrax, while cocci include Staphylococcus aureus.
sub it to anaerobic cna.
The Bacillus genera are Gram positive rods. They are spore forming, facultatively anaerobic and are catalase positive.
Gram Positive Rods (Filamentous is the exact term for the type of rod)
e coli proteus mirabilis
No, they are not. Conidium are fungi, they grow separately from baccili.
The rods will be gram negative, the cocci are gram positive: most likely, the slide was made from a mixed culture of bacteria, or the culture was contaminated.
A gram stain is a way of staining cells to determine what category the bacteria falls into (gram positive or gram negative). This is a very important test used to determine what type of bacteria is causing the problem. Gram positive bacteria are types such as Staphylococcus (Staph infections) and Streptococcus (Strep). Gram negative organisms are ones such as Escherichia Coli (E.Coli) and Salmonella. They have defining characteristics that can help the doctor pin point which bacteria is causing the infection, thus being able to give you the proper antibiotic that will take care of the infection. Impetigo is caused by Staph and Strep infections making it a Gram Positive Bacteria.
It is a bacteria. Seen as large, Gram positive rods under microscopy. Releases spores.
Actinomyces sp. Filamentous gram positive obligate anaerobic rods cause actinomycosis. The most common species is A. israeli.Bifidobacterium are bone shaped gram positive obligate anaerobic opportunistic pathogens which are normal inhabitants of the gut.Clostridium sp.
This is a Gram Stain. If the technique was proper, the red rods are Gram-negative and the purple cocci are Gram-positive. This staining technique is used to help identify various bacteria. The Gram-positive bacteria that are purple hold the stain due to it's layered cell membrane. It contains a peptidoglycan layer that acts as a lattice trapping the crystal violet-Iodine dye complex.