What is the advantage of an agar slant versus an agar deep?
agar is botained from a red alga called gelidium
a slant broth is a type of inoculating agar to gather bacterial data from.
Anarobes can be inoculated in an agar slant using an inoculating needle. The needle is able to put the anarobes deep inside the agar. The anarobes can then grow in the anarobic environment provided. The agar slant should then be refrigerated after suitable growth is achieved.
Agar deep refers to a measure used with microbes. It is a measurement of how much gas a microbe requires for survival.
Agar plates are made with a shallow layer of agar inside a petri plate. Agar slants are made with a certain amount of agar inside a test tube (deep or shallow) that is set so the top surface has a slant. Agar plates and slants are used in microbiology for different procedures and tests. Plates have a greater surface area and ease of access; thus they are used for procedures that require counting colonies and… Read More
The primary purpose of an agar deep is to find out what types of gas are required for a microbe. When a microbe grows on the surface this signifies that the microbe requires oxygen for survival.
What evolutionary advantage would there be to the formation of a pellicle in a liquid medium by a bacterium?
The evolutionary advantage that would be there to the formation of a pellicle in a liquid medium by a bacterium is they could form colonies and have a greater chance of survival. Two ways to determine motility of a bacteria is using a agar deep or the hanging drop technique.
To identify if the bacteria will grow aerobically or not.
The advantage of using an electric deep fat fryer as opposed to a frying pan on the stove is that the deep fat fryer stops fat being splattered as is often the case with a frying pan. A greater depth of oil is usually also possible with a deep fat fryer
An agar deep is used to find out the gas requirements of an microbe. Does it thrive in oxygen? Or in oxygen lacking enviroments? After inoculating the microbe in an agar deep, look at the results. If it only grows on the surface, it means the microbe requires oxygen. But if it can also grow within the deep, below the surface, it shows the microbe is capable or surviving in low oxygen concentration. Lastly, if… Read More
to get to the bottom of the tube
Because the peptone iron agar is used to detect ANAEROBIC bacteria. If you stab it deep into the agar you allow the bacteria to grow in the absence of oxygen. If you only inoculated the surface the bacteria wouldn't grow.
This is a bit tricky. Both Proteus vulgaris and Pseudomonas aeruginosa are Gram-negative and rod-shaped. According to Bergey's Manual of Systematic Bacteriology, Proteus vulgaris tests positive for sulfur reduction, urease production, tryptophan deaminase production, and indole production. Pseudomonas aeruginosa reduces sulfur and nitrate, and has a characteristic green color. The API 20E Identification System is a test strip that can be used to identify Proteus vulgaris versus other bacteria. An even easier way to test… Read More
because you want to introduces as little air as possible
Deep Blue versus Garry Kasparov .
Deep versus shallow
When inoculating agar deep stabs why do you have to insert and remove the needle along the same stab line?
To minimize the introduction of unwanted oxygen into the medium.
The source is renewable, and doesn't have to be fetched from deep underground.
You shouldn't use too much, only a small layer is required, any more is just wasteful.
Deep frying adds a lot of unnecessary fats and oils where as roasting lets the fat melt away
Heat deep under the ground.
Yes. If the bacteria has spread from the inoculation point, the bacteria is motile. It will look like a upside down Christmas tree.
There are many advantages of deep rivers. There is a better chance of using these waters for an alternative electrical source, more fish for the ecosystem and for eating.
bcoz we obtained small amount culture for pursuing our practical without touching the side of test tubes......
The main advantage of deep frying would be an improvement in taste of the food, according to many. A clear disadvantage of deep frying is the high level of saturated fat in the food as the oil saturates it.
the tap root can go deep into the soil and find any water it can get
The agar deep stab is an experiment to determine the affect that oxygen has on a culture. If growth is found only at the top, this indicates an obligate aerobe. If growth is found at the bottom only, then it would be a obligate anaerobe. If growth is found all throughout the stab, this would indicate a facultative anaerobe. Obligate aerobes require oxygen to survive. Obligate anaerobes cannot survive with oxygen present. Facultative anaerobes can… Read More
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Why do you use an inoculating loop instead of a needle to make the transfer from the culture plates to the culture tubes?
inoculating loop- liquid media or solid media in the form of plates and slants Inoculating needle- needles are used to inoculate deep cultures by inserting the needle straight into the center of the agar. Needles can also be useful for selecting individual colonies from cultures on agar plates
when you go fishing there is a bigger variety of fish to be caught. or you can just catch a whole lot more.
to ensure that it can trap and absorb even the smallest amount of rainfall - in a desert a deep tap-root system is not an advantage
Dig a hole in the snow big enough to fit you and whoever else you're with. Also dig it deep enough and at a slant so it wont cave in oravalanches won't cave it in. Build it to where the wind wont hit you. This will keep you warm and out of the wind
What is the difference if any of the buoyant force of a 1 liter empty space submerged 1 meter deep in a 1 meter diameter tank versus a 10 meter diameter tank?
There is no difference.
E.coli In stool samples microscopy will show Gram negative rods, with no particular cell arrangement. Then, either MacConkey agar or EMB agar (or both) are inoculated with the stool. On MacConkey agar, deep red colonies are produced as the organism is lactose positive, and fermentation of this sugar will cause the medium's pH to drop, leading to darkening of the medium. Growth on Levine EMB agar produces black colonies with greenish-black metallic sheen. This is… Read More
Why was president Johnson at an advantage over president kennedy in passing civil rights legislation?
He was from the deep south, and had many political allies who were movers and shakers.
The depth is important because of the effect it has upon the diffusion. Thick agar slows the lateral diffusion and thus produces smaller zones than than plates held to the 4 mm standard.
A good indicator is how deep it is, the longer a river is around the deeper a river valley it carves out, althought it doesn't work for all rivers.
What advantage in American football does the offensive team have when the defensive safeties are playing deep and have man for man pass coverage?
When the defensive is playing with their safeties deep and have man to man pass coverage, the offensive has a great advantage if they have a quarterback who can run. That's because in the defensive set, no one is covering the quarterback. Well that's fine if the quarterback is not a running one. If he is a runner, then no one is guarding him and he has plenty of room to run for good yardage.
How might being able to dive into very deep water be an advantage for whales such as the sperm whale?
becuase of the whales co2 tolerant blood and becuase of lactic acid fermentation, whales (like the sperm whale) are able to eat deep sea squid and fish.
Because of the whale's CO2 tolerant blood and because of lactic acid fermentation, whales (like the sperm whale) are able to dive down deep to eat deep sea squid and fish. Scource: I'm learning this at one of the best high schools in the USA
The main conflict in Crime and Punishment is man versus self, or Raskolnikov versus his conscience. The whole book is an inner battle raging in himself as to whether he should turn himsel in or not, as well as whether his plan to prove he was a Napolean worked or not. He wants to believe it does, but deep down he knows it doesn't. In the end, right before he confesses he talks to his… Read More
Lee's decision to force Grant into fighting in deep forest, where the Union army would not be able to take advantage of its superior artillery.
Anything that captures its own energy from external non-living sources, such as the sun, deep-sea thermal vents, etc. Auto=self, hetero=other. Hence "self-feeding" versus "feeding on others"
It's usually a question of nutrition, some item has been added to the environment (often by an upwelling of deep sea water) and the plankton take advantage of it.
The economy of 1922 was in the midst of a deep convulsion with mass unemployment, food shortages, and strikes. The economy was relatively underdeveloped versus Western Europe and lacked strategic resources, such as oil, considered essential to the modern world.
When Bob Ewell tried to knife Scout, the knife only went deep enough to cut the chicken wire in the outfit, saving Scouts life
Reiki consist of healing with the hands. Deep concentration (meditation) seems to improve its results significantly. That's why Reiki practitioners take advantage of meditation for their practice.
Why would having a tap root be an advantage to a plant in an environment where there are long periods of drought?
Tap root being deep rooted can get water from the depth of the soil during long priods of drought
That rather depends on what support you need, but primarily spiritual / psychological (not psychiatric), with a religious slant. Typical are bereavement comfort and counselling, and comfort in other times of deep sadness. A priest may also be able to suggest charities or other organisations better able to give more practical help.
Subculturing refers to transferring microorganisms from one medium to another. For example, bacteria growing in broth may be transferred to an agar plate. Wire loops are used to transfer microorganisms from liquid media to liquid or solid media. Needles are used for transferring microorganisms to deep tubes.