By Alfred Brown, Heidi Smith
Benson's Microbiological Applications has been the most useful of microbiology lab manuals for over 30 years. The self-contained, clearly-illustrated workouts and four-color structure makes this the appropriate lab handbook. acceptable for both a majors or non-majors lab direction, this handbook assumes no past natural chemistry has been taken.
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01 mm) aligns with 7 graduations of the ocular micrometer. 4 microns. (c) Appearance of stage micrometer graduations. 01 mm (10 micrometers) apart. 4 Calibration of ocular micrometer. 26 (b) View showing appearance of ocular micrometer graduations. Spacing is arbitrary. (d) On the basis of the calibration calculations in view (a) above, what is the total length of the yeast cell and bud in this view? Microscopic Measurements Materials • ocular micrometer or eyepiece that contains a micrometer disk • stage micrometer 1.
S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research & Development, Cincinnati, OH 45268) The previous designation of these organisms as “blue-green” was somewhat misleading as many are black, purple, red, and various shades of green, including blue-green. The varying colors are due to the differing proportions of photosynthetic pigments present in the cells, which include chlorophyll a, carotenoids, and phycobiliproteins.
Then look for another line on EXERCISE 4 the ocular micrometer that coincides exactly with one on the stage micrometer. 4. In most instances, however, several stage graduations will be involved. In this case, divide the number of stage micrometer divisions by the number of ocular divisions that coincide. The figure you get will be that part of a stage micrometer division that is seen in an ocular division. 01 mm to get the amount of each ocular division. Example: 3 divisions of the stage micrometer line up with 20 divisions of the ocular micrometer.
Benson’s Microbiological Applications, Laboratory Manual in General Microbiology, Short Version by Alfred Brown, Heidi Smith