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Green alpha hemolytic streptococcus(possibly s.pneumoniae) on blood plates(aerobic&anaerobic). Choc plate looks yellowish. No growth on macconkey.

Green alpha hemolytic streptococcus(possibly s.pneumoniae) on blood plates(aerobic&anaerobic). Choc plate looks yellowish. No growth on macconkey.

Streptococcus pneumoniae on blood agar. Alpha hemolysis that  gives the green color.

Streptococcus pneumoniae on blood agar. Alpha hemolysis that gives the green color.

""Streptococcus pneumoniae" alpha hemolysis on blood agar plate. Note the partial hemolysis accompanied by a greenish discolorization of the agar around the growth and the mucoid, transluscent colonies of the pneumococcus."

""Streptococcus pneumoniae" alpha hemolysis on blood agar plate. Note the partial hemolysis accompanied by a greenish discolorization of the agar around the growth and the mucoid, transluscent colonies of the pneumococcus."

E.coli. Grey colonies that grows better aerobic(left) than anaerobic(right blood plate). Macconkey lactose + gives red colonies.

E.coli. Grey colonies that grows better aerobic(left) than anaerobic(right blood plate). Macconkey lactose + gives red colonies.

Enterokok. Small colonies on blood plate and lactose + on macconkey.

Enterokok. Small colonies on blood plate and lactose + on macconkey.

Pseudomonas on blood and macconkey. Blood plate has flat, metallic shiny colonies. Macconkey lactose - but has a slight color duo to pigment.

Pseudomonas on blood and macconkey. Blood plate has flat, metallic shiny colonies. Macconkey lactose - but has a slight color duo to pigment.

S.aureus on blood and macconkey. It has a gold/yellow pigment.

S.aureus on blood and macconkey. It has a gold/yellow pigment.

Salmonella on blood and macconkey(lactose -)

Salmonella on blood and macconkey(lactose -)

CNS;coagulase negative staphyloccocus. Can be s.epidermidis or S.saprophyticus. Small white non-hemolytic colonies on blood plate and small red colonies on macconkey. also grows on choc.

CNS;coagulase negative staphyloccocus. Can be s.epidermidis or S.saprophyticus. Small white non-hemolytic colonies on blood plate and small red colonies on macconkey. also grows on choc.

Serratia blood and macconkey plates

Serratia blood and macconkey plates

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