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AP Bio LB/AMP Plate Explanations
In the plates of LBAmp+, LB+, and LB-, there was proof of grown bacterial colonies within the plates. In the LBAmp+ plate, bacterial colonies were able to grow (More)
Transformation Lab
The first and third dishes are the control groups. They show how E. coli bacteria grow on original and transformed agar. The second and fourth dishes show that transformation occurred. In the second dish, LB/AMP, no E. coli survived.Normally, E. (More)
Transformation lab
Lb-: In out Lb- we saw growth in the petri dish. The Lb- contains no AMP which is an antibiotic that would fight off the bacteria. It also contai (More)
Transformation Lab Outcomes
In the transformation lab, our lab group did not have any successful growth on the LB/AMP+ or the LB/AMP- plates. If the transformation were suc (More)
AP Biology Bacteria Transformation
In the LB/Amp+ plate, there was no growth of E. coli.  There was also no growth in the LB/Amp- plate.  There should have been growth on the LB/Amp+ plat (More)
Bacteria Agar
The first and third dish are simply control dishes to show how bacteria grow on original agar and if they transformed. The second and fourth dishes show us (More)
Transformation Lab
The first and third petri dishes act as our control group for this lab. They merely prove how the bacteria (E. coli) grow on normal agar, original and transfo (More)
E. Coli Results
This petri dish is our LB- dish which contains no ampicillin and no bacteria that are immune to ampicillin. This dish had growth because the bacteria had no a (More)
Transformation Lab
In the left picture, the large, light spots are colonies of bacteri (More)
Transformation Lab Explanation
  Our lab group conducted an experi (More)
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