Studies based on models of predation, competition as seen in interacting species is the main focus this simulation oriented lab. Bio-inspired Robotics Virtual Labs Remote Trigger This remote-triggerable online laboratory will teach experiments and offer to introduce biorobotics and neuronal robot techniques.
The technique is done by diluting a comparatively large concentration of bacteria to a smaller concentration. Crucial to this study are the various interactions between a population and its resources.
This field overlaps with other areas of biology and chemistry, particularly genetics and biochemistry. Cell biology Virtual Lab I Cell biology is an exciting and dynamic area that helps discover the fascinating world of cells.
Different labs have different standards as to the direction and style of the streaking. The human body has billions of bacteria which creates the normal flora fighting against the invading pathogens.
Microbiology Virtual Lab I The study of microorganisms, which are unicellular or cell-cluster microscopic organisms. Each time the loop gathers fewer and fewer bacteria until it gathers just single bacterial cells that can grow into a colony.
Combining labs 1, 2 and 3 will give an overall understanding of commonly used computational methods in bioinformatics. Primarily, it is connected with neurobiology, psychology, neurology, clinical neurophysiology, electrophysiology, biophysical neurophysiology, ethology, neuroanatomy, cognitive science and other brain sciences.
Bioinformatics Virtual Lab I Bioinformatics is a field which using techniques of informatics to gather, store, analyse and integrate biological data. Cell biology Virtual Lab II Cell biology is an exciting and dynamic area that helps discover the fascinating world of cells.
Ecosystems have an extremely complex web of cause and effect. Population ecology is the study of populations especially population abundance and how they change over time.
When the loop is cool, it is dipped into an inoculum such as a broth or patient specimen containing many species of bacteria.
Ecology Virtual Lab Ecosystems are a complex and delicate balancing game. Population ecology Virtual Lab I A population is a collection of individuals of the same species that live together in a region.
The three-phase streaking pattern, known as the T-Streak, is recommended for beginners. This is important in determining a bacterium in a clinical sample.
When the bacteria is streaked and isolated, the causative agent of a bacterial disease can be identified. Illustration of streak plate procedure to achieve isolated colonies using aseptic technique. Microbiology Virtual Lab II To study the biochemical properties of microorganisms, the various techniques employed in cultivation of fungi and viruses along with the molecular level analysis of microbial genome.
Choice of which growth medium is used depends on which microorganism is being cultured, or selected for. Bacteria frequently occur in mixed populations. Population ecology Virtual Lab II Population ecology is the study of populations especially population abundance and how they change over time.
Aseptic techniques are used to maintain microbiological cultures and to prevent contamination of the growth medium. Bioinformatics Virtual Lab II This virtual laboratory is for undergraduate and postgraduate students to get a deeper understanding on the analysis of sequence data, its alignment and the evolutionary relationship.
Immunology Virtual Lab II The branch of biomedicine concerned with the structure and function of the immune system, innate and acquired immunity, the bodily distinction of self from no self, and laboratory techniques involving the interaction of antigens with specific antibodies.
The loop then is re-sterilized and the plate is turned 90 degrees. This virtual lab is an introductory course for undergraduate students and deals with the storage and retrieval of data from different biological databases like Gene, Pubmed, GEO, TAIR, Prosite etc. The streaking is done using a sterile tool, such as a cotton swab or commonly an inoculation loop.
Streaking is done using a sterile tool, such as a cotton swab or commonly an inoculation loop.
The procedure is then repeated once more being cautious to not touch the previously streaked sectors. Importance[ edit ] Bacteria exist in water, soil and food, on skin, and intestinal tract normal flora. Neurophysiology Virtual Lab pilot Neurophysiology is the study of nervous system function.
On one hand, this can be a very selective media to use because as mentioned bacteria are particular. The bacteria growth can be supported by this media greatly due in part to the high amounts of nutrients.Streak Plate Method of Isolation Purpose The streak plate technique is the most widely used method of obtaining isolated colonies from a mix of cultures.
Principle The streak plate technique is essentially a method to dilute the number of organisms, decreasing the density. This allows for individual colonies to be isolated from other colonies. The streak plate method is a rapid qualitative isolation method for obtaining discrete colonies from a mixed population.
Streak plate technique is used for the isolation into pure culture of the organisms (mostly bacteria), from mixed population. The inoculum is streaked over the agar surface in such a.
Streak Plate Method of Isolation. One of the most important techniques you will learn this semester is how to streak for isolation. As you might guess, the purpose of streaking for isolation is to produce isolated colonies of an organism on an agar plate.
This is useful when you need to separate organisms in a mixed culture or when you need to study the colony morphology of an organism.Download