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Help identifying a unkown

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Help identifying a unkown

Postby bruserboy1 » Mon Apr 02, 2012 2:53 am

It's a Gram (-) cocci
I believe it's motile with this Image
I'm having trouble with it's oxygen dependency. Image
Gelatin test- Negative-solidImage
Carbohydrate Fermentation Image
Glucose + Lactose - Man+ Mal- Suc-
MR-VP Image
Methyl Red test- Pos Voges-Proskaur test -Negative(i think)
Catalase- Giving me problems. I thought it was Fac anerobe because of my FTM, but with this test it won't give me bubbles when i add the H202.
Oxidase- Neg Image
Nitrate- Negative(I re-inoculated to make sure, will check on monday)
Starch- believed negative Image
Casein- negative. Inoculated twice Image
Fat Hydrolysis- Positive Image

Urease- Negative Image
Hydrogen sulfide production- KIA agar- Def growth- neg results Image
Citrate utilization - negative- innoculated twice- Image

Litmus milk -not sure yet, incubating more- Image
lysine decarboxylase test - contradicts my glucose test, this is neg =/ Image
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Postby Layd33foxx » Fri Apr 06, 2012 5:12 am

The first one looked like mine. I put variable but I think it was negative since I moved it accidentally... the sharp needle is too dam fragile. Thats just me.
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Postby Layd33foxx » Fri Apr 06, 2012 5:13 am

The litmus milk is pink..
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