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dc.contributor.authorBay Dar
dc.contributor.authorMay Thin Kyu
dc.contributor.authorKhin Shwe Nyunt
dc.contributor.authorNang Sandar Myint
dc.contributor.authorKhin Thein Soe
dc.contributor.authorWut Yee Aye
dc.contributor.authorAye Aye Myint
dc.date.accessioned2017-08-19T05:06:28Z
dc.date.available2017-08-19T05:06:28Z
dc.date.issued2015
dc.identifier.urihttp://uyr.uy.edu.mm/handle/123456789/224
dc.descriptionThe authors acknowledge the Department of Higher Education (Lower Myanmar), Ministry of Education, Yangon, Myanmar for allowing them to carry out this research programme and feel indebted to Professor Dr Pho Kaung, Acting Rector, University of Yangon for providing us with research facilities. We would like to convey our sincere thanks to all who URC staff that helped in this study.language
dc.description.abstractSpores’ formation slides of microorganisms are useful as teaching aids for upper secondary students, undergraduate student and researchers especially for the Microbiology specialization. In the agriculture and clinical laboratories, studies on spores’ formation slides play an important role for identifying their cells or spores structure. In this study, seven bacteria were isolated from litter soil, Botany garden, University of Yangon. Bacterial spores’ formation such as Cocci, Diplococci, Staphylococci, Coccobacilli, Bacilli, Diplobacilli and Streptobacilliwere studied. And also seven fungi including Rhizoctonia, Trichoderma, Paecilomyces, Fusarium, Penicillium, Aspergillus and Culvularia species were purified and cultured on Czapekdox agar medium. The characteristics of spores’ formation of fungi were then studied under microscope using Lactophenol Cotton Blue. In addition, spores’ formation slides of 2 different yeasts from toddy juice and bean sprout pickle were prepared and studied by Gram staining method. The qualified prepared slides will be beneficial for teaching and learning microbiology in the academic as well as research area.language
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dc.subjectSpores’ formation slideslanguage
dc.subjectBacterialanguage
dc.subjectYeastslanguage
dc.subjectFungilanguage
dc.subjectGrams positivelanguage
dc.subjectGrams negativelanguage
dc.titlePreparation of Fungal and Bacterial Spores’ formation Slideslanguage
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