2. Use the sterile cotton swab to create a lawn of P. anvenginosa on 2 of the plates of Mueller-Hinton agar aseptically. 3. Using sterile forcep, pick key lime discs, and place them on opposite sides of a petri dish containing P. anvenginosa, with the code side facing up. Tap them gently with sterile forceps to stick them to the agar.
· Broth culture of E. coli · Tubes of sterile nutrient broth · Inoculating loop · Bunsen burner · disinfectant Procedure 1. Disinfect the work surface by spraying it down with a disinfectant and then wipe with paper towel 2. Light Bunsen burner 3. Sterilize inoculating loop by holding it over the flame of the Bunsen burner until the tip becomes bright red. 4.
By using water ran through petri dishes containing media to test spore dispersal by water. Showing how water equally disperses spores as those dispersed by wind. Materials and Methods A cotton swab was put into a filamentous fungal culture then wiped across two petri dishes containing a media and labeled one and two. They then were separated approximately fifteen feet both near a closed petri dish labeled with a 1a or 2a. The petri dish labeled one then had water poured into it, then poured from dish 1 to dish 1a then emptied that water out of dish 1a.
I have shown below the sample decorated classroom pictures and also craft materials. 2. On one side of the classroom, make the butterfly life cycle using craft materials or print up of butterfly life cycle. 3. On one corne, make a realistic butterfly life cycle in a plastic rectangular containers as shown below to explain the life cycle to kids 4.
Guides sophisticated shadow "set", when dried, should not rub-down. Smells like fresh crushed peanuts sprinkled with sugar crystals, grown without "odor" sting. A unique combination of materials and easily dries in minutes with results of beige brown, heavy. Colors generally last up to 7 + days with only one
Caring for children (0-6years) Skill demonstration Changing a Baby’s nappy Organization of the task. I washed and dried my hands, tithed my hair. Then I prepared the area where to change baby’s nappy. I was using changing table, so I put on a changing mat and paper. If I wouldn’t be using changing table I would lay a blanket, towel or changing mat on the floor or bed.