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Old 10-03-2006, 06:06 PM
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Red face Incubation time on Bacteria????

I am doing a project on bacteria of the mouth need to know if bacteria on a petry dish will grow without a heat source????
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I am doing a project on bacteria of the mouth need to know if bacteria on a petry dish will grow without a heat source????
Help please!!!!
well, all you need to do is take a swab of your mouth, and then use an agar plate (rich medium for bacteria to grow on) and wipe that swab on the plate, then see if bacteria grows or not, and how long it takes to grow. You can actually use another one that has heat, and compare the two.
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