Prokaryotes 100% satisfaction guaranteed 31 Living Organisms valuable teacher resources: carolina.com Carolina BioKits®: Antibiotic Sensitivity Beginning—Easy to perform; requires no experience in microbiology. Antibiotics are chemicals produced by one microbe that inhibit other microbes. Students study the effect of 6 different antibiotics on a Gram-positive bacterium and a Gram-negative bacterium. Exercise requires 3 consecutive days to complete. Perfect for introducing beginner students to microbiology and antibiotic production. Demonstration Kit is for individual use by the teacher or a student; Classroom Kit is designed for a class of 30 students working in groups of 3. Both kits include comprehensive teacher’s manual with reproducible student guide, as well as FREE 1-year access to digital resources. Supports NGSS and 3-dimensional instruction. Learn more about Carolina Kits 3D® labs at Carolina.com/3D. Note: Order the kit with the perishable materials (all . items) included or with a prepaid coupon to request perishables later at your convenience. Contact us or return the coupon to request delivery of perishables. Keep bacteria cultures at room temperature; do not incubate or refrigerate. Refrigerate antibiotic disks until use; do not freeze. Kits include: Demonstration Kit Classroom Kit Bacillus cereus Broth Culture. 1 1 Escherichia coli Broth Culture. 1 1 Antibiotic Disk Magazines (ampicillin, 2 disks of each 50 disks of each chloramphenicol, gentamycin, penicillin, streptomycin, and tetracycline). Nutrient Agar (20-mL tube) 2 - Nutrient Agar (125-mL bottle) - 4 Sterile Petri Dishes 2 20 Control Disks (white) 1 30 Metal Forceps 1 11 Autoclave Disposal Bag 1 1 Teacher’s Manual with Reproducible 1 1 Student Guide 154747 Demonstration Kit (with prepaid coupon) Each $51.45 154747P Demonstration Kit (with perishables) Each $51.45 154740 Classroom Kit (with prepaid coupon) Each $165.15 154740P Classroom Kit (with perishables) Each $165.15 Control of Microorganisms 154739P Carolina Antibiotic Production Kit (with perishables) From 154740P Carolina BioKits: Antibiotic Sensitivity Classroom Kit (with perishables) 154738 Sensitivity Disk Student Kit Carolina® Antibiotic Production Kit Beginning—Easy to perform; requires no experience in microbiology. For a class of 30. Kit demonstrates the production of 2 antibiotics: penicillin by a fungus and streptomycin by a bacterium. The inhibitory effect of these antibiotics on the growth of a Gram-positive bacterium and a Gram-negative bacterium are observed. Students can visualize the interrelationships of these microbes and understand how humankind has used microbes to produce our antibiotics. Requires 6 to 9 days from setup to completion. Note: Order the kit with the perishable materials (all . items) included or with a prepaid coupon to request perishables later at your convenience. Contact us or return the coupon to request delivery of perishable materials. Keep bacteria and fungi cultures at room temperature; do not incubate or refrigerate. Kit includes: Escherichia coli Agar Slant Culture. Micrococcus luteus Agar Slant Culture. Penicillium notatum Agar Slant Culture. Streptomyces griseus Agar Slant Culture. 6 Bottles Antibiotic Assay Agar Sensitivity Disk Student Kit Beginning—Easy to perform; requires no experience in microbiology. Designed for individual study or teacher demonstration of antibiotic and disinfectant inhibition of a common bacterium. Requires 2 to 3 days from setup to completion. With teacher instructions. Kit includes: Bacillus cereus Broth Culture 2 Plates Nutrient Agar Bacitracin Antibiotic Disk (low concentration) Tetracycline Antibiotic Disk (high concentration) Sterile Applicator Sticks Control Disk 7 Colored Paper Disks Alcohol Prep Autoclave Disposal Bag 154738 Per kit $25.30 6 Sterile Applicator Sticks 40 Sterile Petri Dishes 2 Metal Inoculating Loops Autoclave Bag Teacher Instructions 154739 Kit (with prepaid coupon) Each $115.65 154739P Kit (with perishables) Each $115.65 See page 37 for an exciting kit focused on antibiotic resistance: The Tragic Case of Stan.
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