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Bacterial Colonies & Streak Plates

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Bacterial Colonies of Normal Flors From Arm Plate

1. Obtaining arm plate sample of normal flora on skin; 2. Normal flora bacterial sample from an arm plate; 3. Close up of normal flora bacterial colonies from arm plate sample; 4 & 5. Touch plates, far shot & near. Tpo plate is unwashed hands, bottom left, washed, bottom right scrubbed soap & alcohol.

1. Bacillus subtilis bacterial colonies grown on TSY agar; 2. Close up of B. subtilis bacterial colonies grown on TSY agar; 3. B. subtilis bacterial colonies grown on TSY agar.
1. E. coli bacterial colonies grown on TSY agar, 2. Streak plate of E. coli bacterial colonies grown on TSY agar; 3. Enterobacter bacterial colonies grown in slant tube; 4 & 5. Colonies growing on MacConkey's agar.
1. Micrococcus luteus colonies growing on TSY agar; 2. Streak plate of Micrococcus luteus colonies growing on TSY agar, 3 & 4. Arm plate of normal flora of skin. Creamy yellow colonies are Micrococcus.
1. Mycobacterium smegmatis colonies growing on TSY agar; 2. Streak plate of Mycobacterium smegmatis colonies growing on TSY agar, top view; 3. Streak plate of Mycobacterium smegmatis colonies growing on TSY agar, bottom view; 4 & 5. M. smeg written in the bacteria Mycobacteria smegmatis growing on TSY agar. Note, in close-up photo, the waxy appearance of the bacterial colonies.
1. Plate of Staphylococcus epidermiis colonies written and growing on TSY agar; 2. Staphylococcus bacterial colonies on TSY; 3. Streak plate of S. epidermidis viewed from bottom; 4. Mannitol Salt specialized media growing S. epidermidis on left and S. aureus (pathogen) on right (bottom of plate; 5. Punctiform colonies of S. epidermidis growing on Mannitol Salt agar.
Staphylococcus Bacterial Colonies  (Click on photo to enlarge. See more)
Mycobacterium smegmatis Bacterial Colonies (Click on photo to enlarge.)
​Micrococcus luteus Bacterial Colonies (Click on photo to enlarge.)
Escherichia coli Salmonella & Enterobacter Bacterial Colonies
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​Bacillus subtilis Bacterial Colonies (Click on photo to enlarge.)
Arm Plate & Touch Plate Bacterial Samples (Click on photo to enlarge.)
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