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Flagella and Capsule Stains

 
     
 
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Basic Techniques of Biotechnologies
  Differential Stains
    Gram Stain
    Acid-Fast Stain
    Special Stains
      Staining Bacterial Endospores (Schaeffer-Fulton Method)
      Flagella and Capsule Stains










Purpose To examine microorganisms stained by various methods to demonstrate their flagella and
capsules
Materials Prepared slides stained to reveal:
Bacterial flagella (monotrichous, lophotrichous, and peritrichous or other patterns of arrangement)
Bacterial capsules (direct or negative staining)


Procedures
  1. Examine the prepared slides and make drawings of your observations.
  2. Review assigned reading and be prepared to discuss the morphological classification of bacteria.


Results
Record and diagram your observations.

 
 
     
 
 
     




     
 
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