Bacteriology
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    Bacillus Subtilis

    Coccus

    Mycobacterium-tuberculosis

    Shigella dysenteriae

    Paramecium (wm)

    Pseudomonas-sp

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    Non-pathogenic

       

    BA0001

    BACILLUS SUBTILIS, typical rod found in hay, soil, etc.

    BA001A

    Bacillus, G- G+, mixture of gram positive and gram positive

    BA001B

    Bacillus, G+ & G- from mouth smear

    BA0002

    COCCUS, a typical smear

    BA0003

    SPIRILLUM VOLUTANS, a large fresh water spirillum

    BA0004

    RHODOSPIRILLUM RUBRUM, chromogenic typical spirillum 

    BA0005

    BACTERIA TYPE-bacillus, coccus, spirillum in separate smears

    BA0006

    BACTERIA TYPE-bacillus, coccus, spirillum in mixed smears

    BA0007

    ENTEROBACTER AEROGENES, a fermentation bacteria

    BA007A

    Aerobacter aerogenes

    BA0008

    ESCHERICHIA COLI, bacillus found in human digestive tract

    BA0009

    LACTOBACILLUS BULGARICUS, pure culture from yoghurt

    BA0010

    PROTEUS VULGARIS, a common putrefaction bacteria 

    BA0011

    RHIZOBIUM, nitrogen fixing bacillus from culture

    BA011A

    RHIZOBIUM, section of root nodule of legumininous plant

    BA0012

    SERRATIA MARCESCENS, a common fermentation organism producing red color

    BA0013

    STREPTOCOCCUS,a typical chain formation

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    BA0020

    ALCALIGENES FECALIS, a bacillus that causes colon constipation 

    BA0021

    Clostridium botulinum

    BA021A

    Clostridium tetani

    BA0022

    CLOSTRIDIUM PERFRINGENS, cause gas gangrenes food poisoning 

    BA0023

    Corynebacterium diptheriae

    BA023A

    CORYNEBACTERIUM GLUTAMICUM 

    BA0024

    DIPLOCOCCUS PNEUMONIAE, coccus that causes pneumonia 

    BA0025

    KLEBSIELLA PNEUMONIAE, coccus that causes pneumoniae 

    BA0026

    MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS, smear from sputum showing acid-fast bacillus 

    BA0027

    NEISSERIA GONORRHEAE, from pus, most common of the venereal diseases

    BA0028

    PSUEDOMONAS AERUGINOSA, causes blue or green pus

    BA0029

    SALMONELLA TYPHOSA, a bacillus that causes typhoid fever 

    BA0030

    SHIGELLA DYSENTERIAE, cause of bacillary dysentery

    BA0031

    VIBRIO COMA, cause asiatic cholera ( El tor) 

    BA0032

    SARCINA LUTEA, spores, individuals arranged in packets

    BA0033

    STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS, cause of boils, abscesses, suppuration in wounds

    BA0034

    BRUCELLA, rods usually pathogenic for cattle

    BA0035

    NEISSERIA CATTARRHALIS, cause of nasal cattarh

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