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What is an oxidizer?
What is the formula?
Can ultilize only in the presence of O2
glucose + O2 --> Acid end-products
Fermenter?

Formula
Can ytilize flucose in the presence or absence of O2

glucose --> acid end-product
Non-reactive bacteria
Can not utilize glucose at all
What is the pH indicator in the medium for OF Glucose?
Bromthymol Blue
What color will the medium turn if acid end-products are produced in the OF Glucose test?
Yellow
Peptones are in the OF Glucose Medium. What is that formula?
peptones + O2 --> alkaline end-products *This turns top of medium blue when bacteria can't use glucose
Top is yellow
Top and bottom yellow
Entire tube green
Blue layer on top
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F
NR
NR
Oxidase
What is the purpose of the Oxidase Test?
To detect the presence of the endoenzyme cytochrome oxidase
What reagent is used to detect the presence of cytochrome oxidase?
Kovac's Oxidase Reagent
What color is Kovac's Oxidase Reagent when reduced? Oxidized? (when e- are removed)
Colorless (-)
Purple (+) at 20 seconds