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Microbiology Lab Revision

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Transcript of Microbiology Lab Revision

The terms
"
Micro
"
,
"
Biology
"
and
"
Micro
biology
"
.
Lab
Outline
- Medical waste.
Definition
Classification
of Bacteria
Introduction of Microbiology
& Safety
Sterilization and Disinfection
Microscope
& Morphology of Bacteria
Microbiology Lab Revision
Safety.
Categories of microbes.
Differentiate between
normal flora
and
pathogen
.
Pathogenic types.
Hazard types.
Routs of entry.
- Basic laboratory safety
measures.
- Accidents and Injuries.
Definition
Disinfection
Chemical Name
Commercial Name
Sterilization
Heat
Uses
Stain
Morphology
Bacteria
Diseases
Lab
Outline
- Microbiology samples collection.
Cleaning
Disinfection
Sterilization
Antiseptic
Part I
Lab
Outline
- Microscope parts.
The terms
"
Microscopy
".
Definition
Application of light microscope.
Microscope types.
The terms
"
Bacteriology
".
Microscope parts.
Analysis
(Wet & Staining)
Definition
Principle
Uses

- Wet preparation.
- Dry smear preparation.
- Ziehl-Neelsen stain.
Lab
Outline
- Bacterial Morphology.
- Gram stain.
Reading from the agar
Growth Condition
Morphology
Gram stain
Microscopical identification techniques.
Staining types.
Differentiate between
gram-positive
and
gram-negation
bacteria.
Gram stain
Principle
Uses

Ziehl-Neelsen stain
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