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Microbiology

Antibiotic Sensitivity
Examine bacterial antibiotic sensitivity and resistance.

Bacterial Growth
Explore the range of microbial habitats by varying temperature, pH level, osmolarity, and oxygen level in bacteria cultures.

Bacterial Transformation
Perform bacterial transformation, observing how specialised bacterial cells pick up DNA from the environment.

Basic Microscopy
Learn to use the microscope to examine basic cellular structures.

Biochemical Characterisation
Perform biochemical tests to differentiate between bacterial species.

Control of Bacterial Growth
Practice common methods of sterilisation while exploring control of bacterial growth.

Cultivation of Microorganisms
Explore the diversity of bacteria and the importance of isolating pure bacterial cultures.

Expanded Bacterial Growth
Explore the range of microbial habitats by varying temperature, pH level, osmolarity, and oxygen level in bacteria cultures.

Microbiology Demo
Introduce students to the LNL platform.

PCR of 16s rRNA Gene
Practice modern molecular genetic techniques used for bacterial identification.

Staining
Identify bacterial species with widely used stains.

Unknown Identification
Identify unknown bacterial samples.