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We label each bacteria culture with
genus and species name, medium on
which it is cultured, and temperature
for optimal growth.
155000P Carolina BioKits: Antiseptic
Versus Disinfectant Sensitivity
Classroom Kit (with perishables)
Carolina BioKits®: Antiseptic
Versus Disinfectant Sensitivity Kit
Do your students understand the relative effectiveness of disinfectants
and antiseptics? Both contain chemical compounds
that either inhibit or kill microorganisms. This kit enables
students to discover through experimentation the relative
effectiveness of 5 common disinfectants and antiseptics on
Escherichia coli, a Gram-negative bacterium, and Bacillus
cereus, a Gram-positive bacterium. The Demonstration Kit is
for a teacher or student working individually; the Classroom
Kit is for a class of 30 students working together in 10 groups of 3. Note: Order
the kit with the perishable materials 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 cultures at room temperature; do
not incubate or refrigerate.
155001 Demonstration Kit (with prepaid coupon) Each $46.65
155001P Demonstration Kit (with perishables) Each $46.65
155000 Classroom Kit (with prepaid coupon) Each $107.00
155000P Classroom Kit (with perishables) Each $107.00
821042 Introduction to Sterile Technique Kit
Introduction to Sterile Technique Kit
Allow your students to practice important sterile lab skills for studying microorganisms.
Students perform 2 sterile exercises: the transfer of sterile nutrient
broth to a culture tube and the transfer of sterile nutrient broth from a culture tube
onto a nutrient agar plate. Students must be able to perform both of these exercises
without introducing unwanted microorganisms and understand the use of a
positive control. Kit includes materials sufficient for 10 groups of 3 students. Visit
Carolina.com for a complete list of kit materials.
821042 Per kit $83.25
pH Tolerance of Microbes Kit
Intermediate—Easy to perform; requires some basic training in microbiology.
For a class of 30. All microbes have an optimal pH range within which they thrive.
They also have a minimum and maximum pH beyond which they cannot grow. Students
observe the effect of pH (ranging from 3 to 11) on microbial growth. Requires
2 to 3 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.
Bacillus brevis Plate Culture.
Bacillus coagulans Plate Culture.
Micrococcus luteus Plate Culture.
Penicillium chrysogenum Plate Culture.
Pseudomonas fluorescens Plate Culture.
Saccharomyces cerevisiae Plate Culture.
2 Serological Pipets (5 mL)
5 Bottles Nutrient Agar with 0.5% Dextrose
Potassium Hydroxide, 1 N (10 mL)
Hydrochloric Acid, 1 N (10 mL)
36 Sterile Applicator Sticks
40 Sterile Petri Dishes
Autoclave Disposal Bag
154716 Kit (with prepaid coupon) Each $119.90
154716P Kit (with perishables) Each $119.90
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