What is the most common opportunistic skin bacteria?
Why do we use MSA plates in the handwashing lab?
What kind of bacteria does it select for?
What kind of bacteria is it differential for? How does it show itself differential?
Why do bacterial numbers increase after washing hands with bar soap alone or with bar soap and sterile scrub brush?
Where do disposable bacterial plates go when you are done with them?
What do you if you spill a bacterial culture?
What does aseptic mean?
What does inoculate mean?
What is aseptic technique and why do we use it?
Name two things used to transfer bacteria?
What is used to sterilize inoculation tools?
What is sub culturing?
One type of method of bacterial plating/ streaking for isolation of individual colonies is:
Name one thing that spread plates are used for
What is the goal of making a spread plate? [ie-What kind of growth pattern would you like to see?]
What is meant by the term “pure culture”?
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