spirillum bacteria

Karl Roberts kr1 at PGSTUMAIL.PG.CC.MD.US
Tue Apr 29 06:04:28 EST 1997

	Try Rhodospirillum rubrum, a large G- spiral form.  We use it in 
our microbiology 201 class.  It is easily cultured, nonpathogenic, and 
easily viewed at 400 X.  You can order from Carolina Biological or ATCC.
Hope this helps,

On Mon, 28 Apr 1997 sshaddix at graceba.net wrote:

> I teach High School Biology.
> I need a spiral bacterium that is gram - or
> + and large enough to see with a 700x oil immersion Microscope.
> The bacteria has to be non-harmful to humans!
> I have gotten some spirillum, but they are just too small to see well.
> any help is greatly welcomed. : )
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