Difference between revisions of "Gram-positive"

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[[Gram-positive]]
  
(Science: microbiology) [[Bacteria]] that retain the [[Stain]] [[Or]] that are [[Resistant]] [[To]] decolourisation by [[Alcohol]] during [[Grams]] [[Method]] of [[Staining]].
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(Science: microbiology) [[Bacteria]] that retain the [[Stain]] or that are [[Resistant]] to decolourisation by [[Alcohol]] during [[Grams]] [[Method]] of [[Staining]].
  
[[This]] is [[A]] [[Primary]] [[Characteristic]] of [[Bacteria]] whose [[Cell wall]] is composed of [[A]] [[Thick]] [[Layer]] of peptidologlycan containing teichoic and lipoteichoic [[Acid]] complexed [[To]] the [[Peptidoglycan]].
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this is a [[Primary]] [[Characteristic]] of [[Bacteria]] whose [[Cell wall]] is composed of a [[Thick]] [[Layer]] of peptidologlycan containing teichoic and lipoteichoic [[Acid]] complexed to the [[Peptidoglycan]].
  
 
See: [[Gram-negative]]
 
See: [[Gram-negative]]
 
 

Revision as of 09:20, 12 April 2007

Gram-positive

(Science: microbiology) Bacteria that retain the Stain or that are Resistant to decolourisation by Alcohol during Grams Method of Staining.

this is a Primary Characteristic of Bacteria whose Cell wall is composed of a Thick Layer of peptidologlycan containing teichoic and lipoteichoic Acid complexed to the Peptidoglycan.

See: Gram-negative