arrangement of multiple cells linked together in a line
arrangement of multiple cells linked together resembling a bunch
shape of cells that resemble a pin prick
shape of cells that resemble a minus sign
the color that gram positive bacteria appear
the color that gram negative bacteria appear
tube media that turns blue when positive
tube media where red indicates alkaline and yellow indicates acidic
tube media where bright pink indicates a positive result
production that is indicated after adding kovac's reagent
knob that raises and lowers the microscope stage
platform on a microscope that the slide sits on
the piece of the microscope that is used to change lenses
type of inoculation loop that should be used for an oxidase test
test used to identify aerobic gram positive bacteria
test that can determine if Staphylococcus is pathogenic
media used to culture Dermatophyte specimen
test used to determine presence of mastitis
part of the microscope that is used to lift
a counterstain that is the last step in a gram stain
an agar that is selective for the cultivation of Gram (+) organisms
an agar that is differential for the cultivation of lactose fermenting organisms
a type of salt agar that is selective for Gram (+) organisms and differential for mannitol-fermenting organisms
an agar that is selective for the cultivation of Gram (-) organisms and differential for the cultivation of lactose fermenting organism
an agar that is useful for determining the hemolytic capabilities of an organism
this type of bacteria stains purple after the Gram stain procedure
this type of bacteria stains pink after the Gram stain procedure
this differential stain is important for differentiating between two types of bacteria
this differential stain is used to determine a type of bacteria with nearly impermeable cell walls
this differential stain is used to determine the presence of endospores
counterstain often used in the Gram staining procedures
color of all bacteria after the primary stain is added
the primary stain used in the Gram staining procedure
Gram's iodine is used as the _______ in the Gram staining procedure
_________ green stains endospores
what kills the bacteria and attaches the bacteria to the slide so that it does not easily wash away
tool used to retrieve an inoculum from a culture of microorganisms
type media in which all chemical components are known
type of media in which the exact chemical constitution is unknown
the field of using microscopes to view objects and areas of objects that cannot be seen with the naked eye
device used to grow and maintain microbiological cells and cultures
device used to sterilize equipment and supplies by subjecting them to high-pressure saturated steam
common microbiological technique used to isolate bacteria cultures
plating method in which a plate is prepared by adding a sample first followed by a sterile medium
plating method in which a plate is prepared by pipetting a sample onto a prepared agar plate before spreading it evenly on the surface
Material that connects an individual or thing to a certain group.
This type of fingerprint has no deltas and accounts for about 5% of human fingherprints.
The most common way to remove organs from the body, during an autopsy, in which all the organs are removed at once.
These type of fingerprints are clearly visible and are made when you touch something such as paint or blood and then touch other surfaces.
The path a bullet takes
The type of glass that is found in the rear and side windows of a car.
Solids that have their atoms arranged randomly.
The arrangement of spiral grooves on the inside of the barrel.
The term which encompases all objects that can establish whether a crime has been committed or can provide a link between a perpetrator and a crime.
The process of separating light into its component colors or frequencies.
The study of insects in order to provide a link between a perpetrator and a crime.
Where is DNA located in our bodies?
The study of the uniqueness of friction ridge structures and their use for personal identification.
These types of fingerprints must have one delta and one or more ridges that enter and leave on the same side.
The condition that occurs when there is no heartbeat, no pulse, a cold exterior, and no neurological activity in a body.
The condition after death when the muscle cells deplete ATP and the body begins to stiffen.
A person's last or dying breath; may be preceded with the "death rattle."
A medically qualified public officer whose duty is to investigate deaths occurring under unusual circumstances.
A fingerprint system that uses whorls.
Fractures emanating outward from a hole.
The instrument most used for examining bullets to see if they've been fired from the same gun.
The long, metal tube that guides a projectile out of a firearm.
These types of fingerprints are formed when you touch something and oil or sweat leaves a print.
The method of removing organs from the body, during an autopsy, in which a medical examiner dissects each organ individually.
Universal Precautions are regulated by
Potential error from filling tubes in the wrong order
How often should glucose monitors have QC checks
Why would a collection tube loose vacuum
Type of safety inspection performed on equipment maintenance logs
Complication from removing the needle before the tourniquet
What is present in a urinalysis sample to indicate infection
Complication from underfilling a Gray tube
Position for CPR
Primary function of RBC's --transport...
Puncture of bone for a heel stick can cause
The anticoagulant found in the Lavender tube
Type of tube to use for Blood Cultures
Antiseptic agent used to clean the site for a Blood Culture
When calculating blood volume, you need to know the pts.
Tube color used for blood typing
Term for using sense of touch to locate a vein
Lab Dept. that tests cholesterol, glucose, triglycerides, and proteins
sickness caused by eating food that contains a harmful substance
substances that make food unfit for use
living creatures that are visible only through a microscope
means keeping food safe to eat by following proper food handling and cooking practices
occurs when harmful bacteria spread from one food to another
the immediate removal of a product from store shelves
moisture loss caused when food is improperly packaged or stored in the freezer too long
the surest way to test doneness is to use a food thermometer to check the ?
the prevention of illness through cleanliness
keeping yourself clean to avoid transferring harmful bacteria when handling food
protected cells that develop into bacteria under the right conditions
A large container used to store or heat large amounts of liquids
A type of flask used to heat substances inside of it (ex: Florence Flask).
A metallic object with bristles on them that come in many sizes used to clean lab equipment.
A type of burner that is connected to a gas or heating source.
Kind of like a pipette, it accurately measures small amounts of liquids and controls how much goes out.
Pieces that can be attached on a stand so other lab equipment could be placed on it.
A lab equipment tool that is shaped like a triangle used to heat material directly under a flame.
A type of flask used to store liquids without it spilling (ex: Erlenmeyer Flasks).
A lid that covers the crucible.
A porcelain dish that is used for igniting solid substances.
A tube like structure that is used to suck in liquid and to drop small amounts of liquid into something.
A type of measuring tool in which measures mass of an object. It measures more accurately than humans sometimes.
Used for evaporating liquids or for drying purposes.
Somewhat like tweezers, they are used to hold small bits or objects.
A conical shaped lab equipment used to pour liquid from one place to another without a single drop.
A type of rack with holes that allows a base for funnels to be placed on. It has a clamp so it can be attached to a ring stand.
A plate made of glass that has many uses.
A rod made of glass that is used to stir up solutions or mixtures.
A long cylindrical tube with marks on it to accurately measure liquids by using the meniscus.
A part for a stand that links to it and causes it to hold items without falling.
A type of paper used for testing acids and bases.
A lab equipment tool used to grind solids into powder.
A thin, plastic dish that is used to observe substances or to analyze/grow microorganisms.
A small plastic or glass tube that is used to measure small amounts of liquids. accurately.
A type of knob that is used to suck liquid out of a pipette.
A type of stand used in labs that could be used to attach clamps on it.
Types of stoppers that are made of rubber that is useful in closing the equipment for storage. It comes in many different sizes.
Sounds like a kitchen tool, but it is used in science too! It is a tool used to scoop substances out.
A type of dropper used to "inject" substances into something.
A thin, glass structure that is used to store small amounts of liquids inside.
A type of tong utensil that is used to carry hot test tubes.
A type of rack that is used to store test tubes.
A metallic "scissor like" object used to carry heated objects or to "crush" small ignition tubes so the heated substances could dissolve in water.
A type of measuring tool used in science that measures mass. It is not accurate due to human error.
Type of flasks that are used to measure precise amounts of liquids.
Used to observe substances and to help cover up the beaker.
Used as a container to store substances.
A thin tray, wired like a coordinate plane, that acts like a base that helps to limit heat, cracking and overheating.
Glands that produce the female sex hormones and eggs
The femal sex cell
Folds of skin that protect the opening to the vagina
joins the uterus and the vagina, it's the part that opens when a baby is being born
A small sensitive organ located just above the vaginal opening
Joins the uterus to the outside of the body, this is where sperm is released during sexual intercourse
Loose pouch of skin responsible for storing the testes at an optimum level for sperm production
Responible for the production of sperm and testosterone
the organ used in sexual intercourse that releases sperm in the vagina
The male reproductive cell that fertilises the female egg
Surrounds the urethra under the bladder and secretes a fluid that assists with the movement of sperm
A sperm storage area that links the testes with the vas deferens.
Small glands that add fluid to the sperm to produce semen
Carries urine and sperm to the outside of the body
Tube used to transport sperm and semen to the urethra and penis
a cell that contains free D.N.A
a cell that contains a nucleus
an organism that makes its own food
an organism that eats other organisms
an organism that contains only one cell
an organism that contains multiple cells
a domain or kingdom that contains bacteria that lives in extreme envirenment
a domain or kingdom that contains bacteria that live everywhere
a kingdom that contains eukaryotic microscopic organisms
a kingdom that contains mushrooms
a kingdom that contains eukaryotic autotrophic organisms that are sexual or asexual
a kingdom that contains eukaryotic heterotrophic organisms that reproduce sexually
a taxonomic rank
highest taxonomic rank of organisms
an organism that had will or has life
an organism that will NEVER have life
the most important part of a eukaryotic organism
the most important part of a prokaryotic organism
a way of reproduction that requires 2 sets of D.N.A
a way of reproduction that requires only 1 set of D.N.A
Tube number usually used for cell counts as it's less likely to be contaminated by peripheral RBCs
Equipment used to concentrate cells without disrupting appearance, usually using albumin
Improved counting chamber used to count cells
In CSF, normally about 65% of plasma value
Red cell diluent
Infection type implicated on finding a predominance of neutrophils in CSS
Two-word method for direct antigen testing of CSF
Chemistry analyte present in higher levels in CSF with blood-brain compromise
Hemorrhage evidenced by pathologically even color in all CSF collection tubes.
Rippled red cell edges, usually not reported
Two-word non-pathogenic procedural cause of red cells in CSF.
Microbiology stain used to characterize bacteria.
Counting cell types to determine relative percentages.
"Extra" CSF protein electrophoresis fraction not seen in serum
Three word White cell diluent that destroys red cells and enhances white cell characteristics.
Colored CSF appearance due to hemoglobin liberated from hemolyzed red cell.
Whitish CSF appearance, indicating infection, presence of cells, or other conditions.
Fluid used to stain morphologic characteristics of white cells for hematologic identification.
Infection related inflammation of one of the linings of the brain.
The study of microorganisms
An organism that cause disease
A food made with the help of bacteria
microorganisms used in the brewing and baking industry
A harmless dose of a disease causing microbe
A protein produced by white blood cells in response to an antigen
Resistant to a disease
a human disease caused by a fungus
A fungal disease which caused the Great Irish Famine
An organism that lives in or on another living thing
A chemical which kills bacteria and fungi but not viruses
Organisms which feed on the dead remains of living things
The use of living things to make a product
A term used to describe things which can only be seen by a microscope
Composed of only one cell
Microorganisms are found here
Free from microorganisms
A condition needed for the growth of microbes
A substance which contains food needed for the growth of microbes
How bacteria reproduce
The study of plants
Moving pollen from one flower to another
A sperm cell joining with an egg cell
Life process - getting from one place to another
Breaking down food to make energy
Being aware of the environment
The building blocks of plants and animals
Group made up of flowering plants
Plants that have fronds for leaves
Part of a seed that forms the first shoot
Part of a seed that forms the first root
The seed coat
Tool used to look at very tiny objects in the lab
Microscope lens closest to the specimen
Part of the microscope where the slide is placed
Liquid used to make cells more visible on a microscope slide
Chemical used to test for starch in the starch test
Brightly coloured part of a flower
Male part of a flower
Female part of flower (also known as the pistil)
Where pollen is stored in a flower
One way that some plants disperse their seeds
Part of the cell that acts as the 'brain'
Plant part where photosynthesis happens
Chemical that makes plants green
Process by which plants make food