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After 24 hours, this trypticase soy broth (TSB) agar showed both

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After 24 hours, this trypticase soy broth (TSB) agar showed both After 24 hours, this trypticase soy broth (TSB) agar showed both rough, and smooth colonial growth of Enterobacter cloacae bacteria.
TSB agar is a general purpose enrichment broth used when attempting to isolate a wide variety of microorganisms. It contains a number of amino acids provided by its casein and soybean constituents. This culture was used in a presentation involving the description of the steps taken when attempting to define a new taxonomic specie. The culturing of a new organism using differing agar media, photomicrographs, and chemical analyses are all used in the taxonomic investigative process.
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