Unknown Lab ReportMicrococcus luteus #A66Kwiok Gloria Park22 April 2015Professor PentekMicrobiologySpring 2015AbstractA student was given an unknown bacterium to identify by applying all the methods andtechniques that were studied in the microbio
Here is an excellent example of how to write an unknown lab report in Microbiology class. Please note that due to formatting issues the flow charts had to be removed. They would be in the Results section. All healthcare providers ultimately have to take a microbiology class as part of their program curriculum. So here is a great paper that might help you along when you are at this point in your studies.
"Unknown Lab Report". Anti Essays. 6 Jan. 2016
Morphological Unknown Lab Report
There are many types of microorganisms in the world that may seem alike but are very different in function and purpose. That is why when one has to find what an unknown organism is he or she sees that its difficult to classify it based on its outer appearance. That is why there are many ways in order to classify microorganisms under microscopes. Two of the ways to identify microorganisms are by looking at the colony and cell morphologies or by conducting a series of stain procedures on the microorganisms. A colony is a mass of microbial cells (Colome, Ex6:28). Morphology is the colony’s structure and form. There are six parameters used to describe a colony’s morphology: overall appearance, colony margin (edge), elevation, size, pigmentation, and consistency (Colome, Ex6:28). Although colony morphology isn’t the best way to identify microorganisms, it’s helpful in recognizing some types. The other more efficient way to identify microorganisms is by staining them. A stain is used to color a microorganism and its background. On September 25, 2000, each microbiology lab student was given an unknown microorganism and was told to use series of staining procedures to identify his/her unknown organism. The identification key on page 61b of the microbiology lab manual was used in identifying the unknown organisms.