The tube was placed back in incubation for 96 more hours to observe any more positives. 2.10 Catalase Test A trypticase soy agar plate was used and after incubation, four drops of 3% Hydrogen Peroxide was added to the plate to flow over the bacterial growth. A presence of bubbling was observed. 2.11 Starch Hydrolysis A starch agar plate was inoculated with a streak of the unknown bacteria and then incubated. On the second day of incubation, the plate was removed from the incubator and placed over a hot plate heating Iodine solids.
This will be used at the end of the experiment to stain the colonies. Plating of Bottom Layer of Agar: 1. Loosen the cap on the bottle of 1% noble agar and microwave for about 1-2 min. While heating in a microwave, monitor the solution closely to avoid boiling over. Continue heating, while mixing intermittently, until agar is completely dissolved and the solution is clear.
Findings from assessments should always serve as a basis for decisions for actions or non-actions towards the program. This may cause program maintenance, improvement, alteration, or termination – either of this should ultimately render some positive benefits such as improve social conditions. (Rossi et al.,
What the standardized tests already ensure are the unbiased and reliable way in measuring a student’s ability and a teacher’s effectiveness in the classroom. Having said that, making stricter standards and increasing testings are way to better the student in preparation for college. In January 1998, Public Agenda found that 66% of college professor said “elementary and high school expect students to learn too little.” After a surge in
Consequently, assessing for signs of pain becomes partly like an investigation. Is the patient grimacing? Are they touching or rubbing parts of their body in an effort to relieve pain? All these constitute part of the investigative role of the nurses. I also work as manager of the healing involvement by putting my patients at the center of the healing process and carefully.
This kind of testing exposes more realistic issues one might encounter as a user. Pros and Cons of Exploratory testing in Agile projects • Pros o Requires lesser preparation time o Documentation is less o Results in more realistic bugs being caught o Inspires creativity in testing o Critical issues could be found quickly o Previous test results can be used as a guide by the testers for their future Exploratory scenarios • Cons o Test cases cannot be reviewed o Difficult to track the test execution status o Difficult to duplicate the same steps in future as they will not be documented o Depends too much on the domain knowledge and testing skills of the tester o Redundancy is introduced when executed in parallel with traditional testing
MAJOR PROJECT 2015 AMITY INSTITUTE OF FORENSIC SCIENCE FORENSIC SIGNIFICANCE OF HAIR Submitted by: SHUBHANGI SRIVASTAVA Enrollment No. : A5905914083 B.SC [HONS. ]FORENSIC SCIENCE 2014-2017 Under Guidance of: Dr. Pooja Malik Puri Assistant Professor,AIFS APPROVAL This is to certify that the finaI project report entitIed “Forensic Significance of hair ” Submitted by Ms.Shubhangi Srivastava, Student of B Sc.[Hons. ]Forensic Sciences (2014-17) of Amity Institute of Forensic Sciences under my guidance. This work is original and it has not been submitted earlier in any form to any university or institution.
We added 50ml of the buffer into the flask, and we boiled the solution for two minutes in the microwave. The sample well was taped with table and par film to keep the agarose gel from leaking. I loaded the 15ul of the five serum proteins: Cow serum, Serum albumin, Transferrin and Gamma globulins. The electrophoresed gel was placed on the voltage machine at 110 volts for 1.5hours. We removed the gel from the sample well and place the Coomassie Blue stain.