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Catalog Number: (470030-192)

Description:   Observe a relationship between two organisms that together produce an effect they could not achieve individually.

Description:   Learn How to Identify Bacteria Using Several Different Staining Procedures

Description:   Culture Common Gram-Positive and Gram-Negative Bacteria
Catalog Number: (470030-202)

Description:   Examine a non-pathogenic bacterial strain that illustrates endospore formation.
Catalog Number: (470177-264)

Description:   Representatives from the four major fungal groups.
Catalog Number: (470179-628)

Description:   Using penicillin-impregnated discs on two plates, students grow one lawn each of two common, naturally occurring pathogen bacteria.
Catalog Number: (470100-884)

Description:   Turn your students into epidemiologists as they spend their class time searching for the source of an artificial epidemic. Your job is to hide the com...
Catalog Number: (470100-972)

Description:   Design a Winogradsky Column
Description:   This lab activity introduces the gram-staining method and use of dichotomous key.
Description:   Is This Epidemic Caused By A New Strain Of Bacteria?
Description:   How Does Changing The Type Of Food Affect Yeast Respiration?
Description:   What Environmental Conditions Can Affect Organism Growth?

Description:   First test step in Identifying Pathogenic Staphylococcus.
Catalog Number: (470149-972)

Description:   Demonstrate a common diagnostic technique.
Catalog Number: (470004-020)

Description:   Students find the answers to such questions as how much bacteria does soap or mouthwash eliminate, and which mouth contains more bacteria — a human or...
Description:   Test for the presence of bacteria in your workspace before and after cleaning with this TSA Microbiology Experiment Kit.
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