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Item #: ML1455

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Study an array of single-celled organisms in the bacteria microscope slide sets for biology.

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Study an array of single-celled organisms called bacteria in these microscope slide sets. Explore bacteria’s complex relationships with the world—from helpful processing to harmful destruction—in diverse environments like soil, foods, the ocean and the human body. Each slide set includes a full-color brochure with corresponding pictures.

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Bacteria Slide Set (Large) includes 50 microscope slides:

Rod-shaped bacteria, non-spore-forming, gram-positive:
Corynebacterium diphtheriae, smear from culture
Lactobacillus bulgaricus (Thermobacterium), Yoghurt bacteria (Bulgarian soured milk), from culture
Mycobacterium leprae, causing leprosy, smear or tissue section
Mycobacterium tuberculosis, smear from positive sputum stained after Ziehl-Neelsen

Rod-shaped bacteria, non-spore-forming, gram-negative:
Acetobacter aceti, manufacture of vinegar, smear
Azotobacter, rods from soil, smear
Bacterium erysipelatos (Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae), smear
Bacterium prodigiosum (Serratia marcescens), formation of red pigment, smear
Brucella abortus, causing abortation in cattle (Bang disease), smear
Eberthella typhi, causing typhoid fever, smear
Escherichia coli, colon bacteria, smear
Hemophilus influenzae (Pfeiffer), smear
Klebsiella pneumoniae (Friedlander), causing pneumonia smear
Pasteurella pestis, bubonic plague, smear
Proteus vulgaris, putrefaction, smear from culture
Rhizobium radicicola, nitrogen fixing organisms, section through root nodule of lupin showing bacteria in situ
Rhizobium radicicola, smear from culture
Salmonella enteritidis, causes meat poisoning, smear
Salmonella paratyphi, paratyphoid fever, smear
Shigella dysenteriae, causes bacillary dysentery, smear

Rod-shaped bacteria, spore-forming (bacilli):
Bacillus anthracis, smear from culture
Bacillus mycoides, large soil organisms growing in chains
Bacillus subtilis, hay bacillus, smear showing bacilli and spores doubly stained
Clostridium botulinum, causing food poisoning, smear
Clostridium perfringens, causing gas gangrene, smear
Clostridium tetani, causing lockjaw, smear

Spherical bacteria, cocci:
Diplococcus pneumoniae, causing croupous pneumonia, smear
Gaffkya tetragena, occurring as tetrads, smear
Neisseria gonorrhoeae, causing gonorrhoea, smear
Neisseria meningitidis (intracellularis), causing epidemic meningitidis, smear from culture
Sarcina lutea, chromogenic rods occurring in packets
Staphylococcus aureus, pus organism, smear from culture
Streptococcus pyogenes, smear from culture showing short chains
Streptococcus lactis, milk souring organism, smear from culture showing short chains

Spiral bacteria and spirochaetes:
Borrelia duttoni (Spirochaeta recurrentis), causes Central African relapsing fever, blood smear with organisms
Rhodospirillum rubrum, chromogenic rods, smear
Spirillum volutans, a very large spirillum, smear
Vibrio comma, causing Asiatic cholera, smear

Miscellaneous groups:
Actinomyces alni, sec. of root nodule showing mycorrhiza of alder
• Bacteria from cheese, smear or section
• Bacteria from human intestine, smear
• Bacteria from mouth, Gram positive and negative bacteria can be observed in this slide, ideal for demonstration
• Bacteria from sauerkraut, smear
Methanobacterium, forming methane, smear
Sphaerotilus natans, from putrid water, long chains with sheaths
Streptomyces griseus, streptomycin antibiotic, smear

Cytological slides, special staining techniques:
Monotrichous flagella on Vibrio or Pseudomonas, specially stained
• Nuclear stain (Bacillus cereus), smear specially stained for nuclear material (DNA)
Peritrichous flagella on Salmonella or Proteus, specially stained
• Typical mixed bacteria, including Gram-positive and Gram-negative rods, smear