Good bacteria to used for science fair?
yjgent at home.com
Thu Jan 4 00:50:38 EST 2001
Any yogurt that has "Live Active Cultures" in it will provide plenty of
growth. Just streak some on a blood plate and incubate for 48 hrs. Of course
Tomato Juice Agar or V8 Juice Agar would even be better.
John Gentile Rhode Island Apple Group
yjgent at home.com Past President, Publicity Chairman
"I never make mistakes, I only have unexpected learning opportunities"
> From: lareado <jonmcsparran at hotmail.com>
> Newsgroups: bionet.microbiology
> Date: Tue, 02 Jan 2001 22:38:29 GMT
> Subject: Re: Good bacteria to used for science fair?
> Do you know a good lab supply company that could ship me a vile of
> And if not Lactobacilli, any other bacteria good for experimentation? Thanks
> Milton wrote:
>> I would suggest you use Lactobacilli cultures from live yoghurt or
>> brewing yeats cultures. These involve no serious public health risk.
>> Yours Milton
>> In article <B674379B.9B8%yjgent at home.com>,
>> John Gentile <yjgent at home.com> wrote:
>>> Well we should eliminate anything that will kill someone or start an
>>> epidemic in case there is an accident.
>>> Most environmental organisms are safe, and some normal human flora
>> are safe
>>> if handled correctly.
>>> Skin bacteria and mouth bacteria can make some useful science fair
>>> John Gentile Rhode Island Apple Group
>>> yjgent at home.com Past President, Publicity
>>> "I never make mistakes, I only have unexpected learning
>>>> From: lareado <jonmcsparran at hotmail.com>
>>>> Newsgroups: bionet.microbiology
>>>> Date: Sat, 30 Dec 2000 17:52:28 GMT
>>>> Subject: Good bacteria to used for science fair?
>>>> Could anyone tell me what would be a good bacteria to use in an AP
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