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Exercise 2-2 Micro Lab: Colony Morphology

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How does a colony form?

When a single bacterial cell is deposited on a solid nutrient medium, it begins to divide. One cell makes two, two makes four, four make eight. Eventually a visible mass of cells, a colony, appears.

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In what 4 ways are color, size, shape, and texture of microbial growth determined?

1. genetic makeup of the organism
2. nutrient availability
3. temperature
4. incubation

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The 5 basic categories of colony morphology

1. colony shape
2. margin (edge)
3. elevation
4. texture
5. pigment production (color)

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3 types of colony shape

1. round
2. irregular
3. punctiform (tiny, pinpoint)

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5 types of margin

1. entire (smooth with no irregularities)
2. undulate (wavy)
3. lobate (lobed)
4. filamentous
5. rhizoid (branched like roots)

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entire

smooth with no irregularities

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undulate

wavy

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lobate

lobed

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rhizoid

branched like roots

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5 elevations of colonies

1. flat
2. raised
3. convex
4. pulvinate (very convex)
5. umbonate (raised in the center)

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pulvinate

very convex

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umbonate

raised in the center

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3 types of texture

1. moist
2. mucoid
3. dry

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4 types of pigment production (color)

1. opaque
2. translucent
3. shiny
4. dull

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colony counter

used to view subtle differences in colony shape and size

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what 2 things allow greater observation of detail in a colony counter?

1. transmitted light
2. magnifying glass

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colony counter is best determined with ______.

reflected light

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The grid in the colony counter background is a ______.

counting aid

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6 colonies studied in this lab

1. micrococcus luteus
2. corynebacterium xerosis
3. lactobacillus plantarum
4. mycobacterium smegmatis
5. bacillus subtilis
6. proteus miabilis

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Name these elevations, left to right

1. raised
2. raised, spreading edge
3. flat, raised margin
4. growth into medium

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Name these elevations, left to right

1. convex
2. umbonate
3. plateau
4. flat

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Name these margins, left to right

1. smooth, entire
2. rhizoid
3. irregular (erose)
4. lobate
5. filamentous

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3 types of descriptions used to describe colonial morphology:

1. color
2. surface characteristics
3. consistency
4. optical properties

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2 types of surface characteristics

1. dull
2. shiny

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3 types of consistency

1. dry
2. butyrous-buttery
3. moist

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2 types of optical properties

1. opaque
2. translucent

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What bacteria is this?
What is the color, shape, elevation and margin?

Staphylococcus epidermidis

Color - white
Shape - circular
Elevation - raised
Margin - entire

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What bacteria is this?

What 3 features that describe it?

Providencia stuartii

1. shiny
2. buff
3. convex

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What bacteria is this?

What 3 features that describe it?

Klebsiella pneumoniae

1. mucoid
2. raised
3. shiny

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What bacteria is this?

What 3 features that describe it?

Chromobacterium violaceum

1. shiny
2. purple
3. convex

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What bacteria is this?

What is the color, shape, elevation and margin of it?

Enterococcus faecium

Color - white
Shape - circular
Elevation - Convex
Margin - Entire

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What is this?

5 features of the colonies

A) Bacillus cereus
2) Bacillus anthracis

1. dull
2. dry
3. raised
4. rough-textured
5. gray

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What is being shown in these two views? What bacteria is this? What are the 3 features of this bacteria?

A) Alcaligenes Faecalis side view showing a raised center

B) Alcaligenes Faecalis showing spreading edge

1. umbonate
2. opaque center
3. spreading edge

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What is being shown here?

Filamentous growth

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What bacteria is being shown in A and B and what are the differences between them?

What 2 features of the bacteria are being showed here?

Where is this bacteria found?

A) Clostridium sporaogenes grown on sheep blood agar and viewed with reflected light

B) Clostridium sporaogenes grown on nutrient agar and viewed with transmitted light

1. irregular
2. rhizoid

It is found in soil

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_____ is an opportunistic pathogen

Staphylococcus epidermidis

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______ is a frequent isolate in urine samples obtained from hospitalized and catheterized patients

Providencia stuartii

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______ is found in human and animal feces

Enterococcus faecium

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What bacteria is this?

What does this growth demonstrate?

Alcaligenes faecalis

Demonstrates spreading attributable to motility and is translucent

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_______ is found in soil and water and rarely produces infections in humans

Chromobacterium violaceum

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What are these slides showing?

What bacteria is this?

The effect of age on colony morphology after 24 and 48 hours of growth

Bacillus subtilis

A) After 24 hours
B) After 48 hours (note worm like appearance)

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What bacteria is this?

This bacteria produces colonies with what 2 features?

Bacillus subtilis

1. raised margin
2. dull surface

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what bacteria is this?

what feature of this colony is being shown here?

Mycobacterium smegmatis

punctiform

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What bacteria is this?

In A, what 4 features of the bacteria are exhibited?

What is being shown here in B?

Coynebacterium xerosis

In A:

1. round
2. dull
3. buff
4. convex

In B: circular

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What bacteria is this?

What is being demonstrated in this dish?

Erwinia amylovora

the irregular shape and spreading edges

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_________ is a plant pathogen.

Erwinia amylovora

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What bacteria is shown here?

What is this slide demonstrating?

Proteus vulgaris

swarming growth pattern due to bacteria motility

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What bacteria is shown here?

What is being demonstrated here?

Pseudomonas aeruginosa

Mucoid texture

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_____________ is found in soil and water and can cause infections in burn patients

Pseudomonas aeruginosa

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What are these samples showing?

Mixed soil cultures and diversity

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What bacteria is this showing? How do we know?

Staphylococcus aureus

White growth on blood agar plate demonstrating B-hemolysis is characteristic of staph. In A) the agar is darkening from the hemolysis. In B) there is weak hemolysis.

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What bacteria is this?

Chromobacterium violaceum

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What bacteria is on the left? the right?

What is being demonstrated here?

Left - Micrococcus luteus
Right - Kocuria rosea

Pigment production in similar species of bacteria

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What bacteria is this?

What is being shown here with the encircled sections?

Serratia marcescens

the influence of age on pigment production after 24 and 48 hours

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What bacteria is being shown here?

What is being demonstrated here?

Serratia marcescens

influence of temperature on pigment production when grown in 37 degrees C on left and 25 degrees C on right

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What bacteria is being shown here?

What is being demonstrated here?

Chromobacterium violaceum

The influence of nutrient availability on pigment production. The nutrient agar (right) has less nutrients so less pigment.

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What bacteria is shown here?

What is being demonstrated here?

Pseudomonas aeruginosa

diffusible blue-green pigment


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