Laboratory Manual andCompanies 2003 Workbook in Microbiology 7e

Flatworms, 260 Flukes, 260, 261t

Fluorescent antibody test, 132, 133f Fonsecaea, 248t, 253t Formaldehyde, 91t

Fungi, 247-254, 248t, 249f, 251f, 252t, 253t culture of, 250 direct smears for, 249-250 microscopic examination of, 249, 249f Scotch tape preparation for, 251, 252f stains for, 250 Fusobacterium, 225t

GasPak jar, 222, 223f

Gelatin strip test, 125-126, 126f

Gelatinase, 125-126, 126f

Genital tract, 213-218, 213t, 214f, 215f

Germ tube test, 250, 251f, 252-253

Giardia lamblia, 257, 258f, 259t, Plate 51

Glutaraldehyde, 91t

Gonorrhea, 213-216, 213t, 214f, 215f, Plate 4, Plate 13,

Plate 37, Plate 38 Gram stain, 38-40

Haemophilus spp., identification of, 165-167, 167f Haemophilus influenzae, 165-167, 167f, Plate 34, Plate 35 Handwashing, 3-4

Hanging-drop preparation, 26-28, 26f Heat, 75 dry, 77-78 moist, 76-77 Hektoen enteric agar, 113t Hektoen enteric agar plate, Plate 17 Helminths, 259-264, 260f, 261t, 262f tissue, 263 Histoplasma capsulatum, 248t, 253t Hydrogen peroxide, 91t Hydrogen sulfide, 119-120, Plate 19 Hymenolepis diminuta, 262f Hymenolepis nana, 262f

Icterohemorrhagia, 217

Immunoassays, 131-136, 133f, 134f, 135f, 136f

Immunofluorescence assay, 132, 133f

Incineration, 78

India ink, 250

Indole, 119-120

Infant botulism, 225t, 226

Intestinal fluke, 261t

Intestinal tract, 183—202. See also Enterobacteriaceae parasitic infections of, 261—262 specimen from, 199—203 Iodophors, 91t Isopropyl alcohol, 91t Isospora, 257

JEMBEC plate, Plate 38

Kala-azar, 259t Kinyoun stain, 43

Kirby-Bauer method, for susceptibility testing, 95—97, 96t Klebsiella, 189t

Klebsiella pneumoniae, Plate 5, Plate 12 Kligler iron agar slants, Plate 19 KOH preparation, 249, 249f, Plate 47 Kovac's reagent, 119

Lactophenol cotton blue coverslip preparation, Plate 44, Plate 48

Latex agglutination assay, 132, 134f, Plate 24

Legionella pneumophila, Plate 23 Leishmaniasis, 259t Leptospira interrogans, 217—218 Leptotrichia, 225t Liver fluke, 261t Lockjaw, 226

Lowenstein-Jensen slants, Plate 39 Lung fluke, 261t Lyme disease, 217

MacConkey agar, 113t MacConkey agar plate, Plate 16 Madurella, 248t, 253t Malaria, 258f, 259t, 262-253, Plate 52 Mannitol salt agar, 113t Media, 54-55, 112-115, 113t differential, 112, 113t selective, 112, 113t SIM, 119-120, 120f Meningitis, 213, 213t, 214-215 Methenamine silver stain, Plate 45, Plate 46 MicroScan, 194, 196 Microscope, 6-13

adjustment of, 8-10, 9f care for, 11 carrying of, 8f components of, 6-8, 7f

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