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Anaerobic Cultivation - Microbiology - Lecture Slides

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Post: January 4th, 2013
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Anaerobic Cultivation, Anaerobic Infections, Anaerobic Environment, Anaerobic Culture Media, Sampling and Transport, Bacteria in Relation, Obligate Anaerobic, Microaerophilic are the important key points of lecture slides of Microbiology.
Anaerobic Cultivation, Anaerobic Infections, Anaerobic Environment, Anaerobic Culture Media, Sampling and Transport, Bacteria in Relation, Obligate Anaerobic, Microaerophilic are the important key points of lecture slides of Microbiology.
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Practical 7 ST anaerobic cultivation • Bacteria in relation to oxygen • Anaerobic infections - sampling and transport • Cultivation - establishing of anaerobic environment - anaerobic culture media, - procedure: inoculation, isolation Docsity.com Bacteria in relation to oxygen • Obligate aerobic -require gaseous oxygen, cannot grow without oxygen • Obligate anaerobic - oxygen is toxic for them. Methabolic pathway used for gaining energy is fermentatio with production of foul-smelling end products. • Facultative anaerobic - able to adapt to aerobic or anaerobic • Microaerophilic - require reduced oxygen tension Docsity.com Anaerobic infections • Usually endogenous bacteria - disturbance of the balance of normal flora (ATB and colon microflora) or unusual anatomic sites (perforation of colon anaerobic peritonitis) • Exogenous bacteria - wound contamination • Exudate, pus, abscess • Sampling and transport in anaerobic conditions aspirate in the syringe with the ..

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