Science Image Library: Simple Bacterial Stains
Science Image Library
Simple Stains of Bacteria
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Bacillus subtilis Simple Stain Photos (Click on image to enlarge.)
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Staphylococcus epidermidis stained with crystal violet @ 1000xTM.
1. Bacillus subtilis stained with crystal violet @ 100xTM. It is not possible to see individual bacteria at this magnification, but viewing at 100XTM is a necessary step in focusing to scope to see at higher magnifications. 2. Bacillus subtilis stained with crystal violet @ 1000xTM. Note large number of endospores.
E. coli Simple Stain Photos (Click on image to enlarge.)
Staphylococcus Simple Stain Photos (Click on image to enlarge.)
1. E. coli stained with crystal violet @ 100xTM. It is not possible to see individual bacteria at this magnification, but viewing at 100XTM is a necessary step in focusing to scope to see at higher magnifications. 2. E. coli stained with crystal violet @ 1000xTM.
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