TB Culture



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English: This is a close-up of a Mycobacterium tuberculosis culture revealing this organism’s colonial morphology. Note the colorless rough surface, which are typical morphologic characteristics seen in Mycobacterium tuberculosis colonial growth. Macroscopic examination of colonial growth patterns is still one of the ways microorganisms are often identified.
Deutsch: Dies ist eine Nahaufnahme einer Mycobacterium tuberculosis-Kultur, welche die Kolonienmorphologie des Organismus' aufzeigt. Besonders zu beachten ist die farblose, rauhe Oberfläche, welche eines typisches morphologisches Charakteristikum im Wachstum von Mycobacterium tuberculosis-Kolonien darstellt. Die makroskopische Examination des Wachstumsmusters der Kolonien ist immer noch einer von vielen Wegen, wie diese Mikroorganismen identifiziert werden können.
Français : Culture de Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
Polski: Charakterystyczny, ?luzowy wygl?d kolonii.
Português: Colônias de M. tuberculosis podem ser vistas nitidamente nesta cultura.
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Suomi: Mycobacterium tuberculosis -viljelmä.
Galego: Grupos de Mycobacterium tuberculosis poden ser vistos nitidamente neste cultivo.
Bahasa Melayu: Gambar besar kultur Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
Euskara: Mycobacterium tuberculosis-en koloniak, kultibo medio batean hazita.
Aymar aru: Tisiku jisk'a laq'u.
Magyar: Mycobacterium tuberculosis baktériumtenyészet
Date 1976(1976)
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