B. subtilis or C. sporogenes?

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Kat000
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B. subtilis or C. sporogenes?

Post by Kat000 » Mon Apr 02, 2012 2:26 am

RESULTS:
Gram Positve bacilli
Typtophan Degradation -
Casein Hydrolysis +
Startch Hydrolysis +
Fat Hydrolysis -
Oxidase -
Catalase +
Urease -
Citrate +
Voges-Proskauer -
Mehyl Red +
Litmus Milk - Acid
Fermentation Glucose = yellow(acidic), gas produced

JorgeLobo
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Re: B. subtilis or C. sporogenes?

Post by JorgeLobo » Mon Apr 02, 2012 12:43 pm

If this is the bug you spoke of previously, probably neither. Does it form endospires? Does it grow aerobically?

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