How does a colony form?
In what 4 ways are color, size, shape, and texture of microbial growth determined?
The 5 basic categories of colony morphology
5 types of margin
5 elevations of colonies
what 2 things allow greater observation of detail in a colony counter?
6 colonies studied in this lab
3 types of descriptions used to describe colonial morphology:
______ is a frequent isolate in urine samples obtained from hospitalized and catheterized patients
_______ is found in soil and water and rarely produces infections in humans
_____________ is found in soil and water and can cause infections in burn patients