Gram positive cocci in clusters
Gram negative cocci (tiny pink pepper)
Small Gram positive bacilli - palisading
Gram negative bacilli (hotdog shape/ordinary/unremarkable)
Gram positive diplococci (lancet/football/elongated)
Small Gram positive bacilli (pleomorphic, L,V,W & club-shaped, Chinese letters)
Gram positive cocci in chains
Gram negative bacilli fusiforms (pointed/tapered ends)
Gram negative spirochaetes (spirals)
ZN (Ziehl-Neelson) - background is blue, AF bacteria is pink
Large Gram positive bacilli (square ended/box car)
Round or spherical
Coils, helical, spirals
Gram negative diplococci (coffee bean, pairs of cocci with flattened sides)
Lined up side by side
Bacterial cell is one color, the spores are another color
Gram positive yeast cells/ budding (oval, larger than cocci)
Gram negative coccobacilli (short, fat)
Gram positive yeast cells with CAPSULES
Lanceolate gram positive diplococci
Used to identify tumbling motility for Listeria
Acid fast bacilli
Molar tooth appearance
Red pigmentation of Serratia
Non fermentative organisms are?
Which carbohydrate does N. gonorrhoeae ferment?
Media used to isolate Norcadia asteroides
Used to test for Syphilis
Oxidase positive gram negative bacilli
Trematode with terminal spine
Sensitive to Bacitracin
This inhabits the intestinal tract of animals and humans.
What is the name of a non-lactose fermenter and all motile except Y. pestis.
colonizes mammalian GI tract shortly after birth and predisposing leading to colonization :age, immune status, heavy exposure to pathogen stains.
Oxidase positive, catalase negative, it grows on gram negative bacilli
Gram negative rods, facultative anaerobes, oxidase positive and it commensals on mucous membranes particularly the upper respiratory tract and oral cavity.
gram positive purple/blue cocci, 1 micron in diameter, tend to form irregular clusters resembling bunches of grapes.
known as "greasy pig disease", gram positive.
gram positive purple/blue cocci, 1 micron in diameter chains of different lengths.
gram positive cocci and colonies are gray smooth and round, alpha to gamma hemolysis.
known as lumpy jaw in cattle.
human food poisoning with symptoms of cramps, watery diarrhea and pain.
"sleepy foal disease"also is acute and potentially fatal septicemia of newborn foals.
also known as Glassers disease.
Infectious Bovine Keratoconjunctivitis.
gram negative and coccobacillary bacilli and its reservoir hosts are lagomorphs, rodents, birds and deer.
Gram negative bacilli, urease positive
Gram negative bacilli, non motile, lactose positive
An anaerobic bacteria that causes wound infection
Listeria is transmitted by eating
Selective media for C. diphtheria include
Selective media for mycobacterium tuberculosis include
Streptococcus Pyogenes give .......on blood agar
A motile bacilli that resists cold temperatures
A bacteria that causes food poisoning from eating raw chicken
Bacteria that cause atypical pneumonia
The best test to differentiate E. coli and Shigella sonnei
The color of positive spot indole
The best test to differentiate Streptococcus pneumoniae and Viridans strep
Positive QC for indole
Tetramethyl-p-phenylenediamine dihydrochloride is used to test for this
The product produced by S. aureus to detect Group B strep in the CAMP test
This organism is lysine positive and ornithine negative
p-Dimethylaminobenzaldehyde in the MIO tube is used to detect this
This strep is PYR positive
On sorbitol MacConkey agar, E. coli O157:H7 appears this way
on XLD agar, Yersinia enterocolytica appears this way
When Salmonella produces H2S gas, it makes the agar turn this color
what color will appear for a gram positive?
what damages cell membrane?
How do gram positive cocci appear under the microscope?
Can be prevented by a toxoid vaccine?
What is catalase positive?
What disease causes "diamond"skin lesions in pigs?
In the Gram Stain procedure, the mordant is?
Tentanus is considered?
The species of this genus can cause strangles in horses
infectious bovine keratoconjunctivitis (pink eye)
Bordetella is which gram?
how would gram negative appear under a microscope?
which bacteria lack a cell wall?
Which of the following is not a member of the Enterobacteriaceae family?
what causes bubonic plague ("black death")?
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