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Materials

4 nutrient agar cultured plates, sterile cotton swab, marker, 2 bottles labeled A and B (A contains tap
water and B contains 70% ethyl alcohol), transparent adhesive tape, paper towels.

Procedure

1. Four petri dishes containing nutrient agar was labeled as Control for dish 1, Dry Swab for
dish 2, Treatment A for dish 3 and Treatment B for dish 4.

2. A sterile cotton swab was touched over the surface of the table and was strike on the agar of
Dish 2.

3. The lid on Dish 2 was securely taped to the bottom half of the dish.

4. One paper towel with tap water and second paper towel with 70% ethyl alcohol was soaked.

5. The table was wiped down with one half of the surface with liquid A and other half with
liquid B.

6. After the table was dried, using Dish 3 and Dish 4, the procedure describe in step 2 was
repeated.

7. The entire cultured agar was placed in the incubator for two days to see the bacteria
colonies, color and the texture of the bacteria growth.

Materials

4 nutrient agar cultured plates, sterile cotton swab, marker, 2 bottles labeled A and B (A contains tap
water and B contains 70% ethyl alcohol), transparent adhesive tape, paper towels.

Procedure

1. Four petri dishes containing nutrient agar was labeled as Control for dish 1, Dry Swab for
dish 2, Treatment A for dish 3 and Treatment B for dish 4.

2. A sterile cotton swab was touched over the surface of the table and was strike on the agar of
Dish 2.

3. The lid on Dish 2 was securely taped to the bottom half of the dish.

4. One paper towel with tap water and second paper towel with 70% ethyl alcohol was soaked.

5. The table was wiped down with one half of the surface with liquid A and other half with
liquid B.

6. After the table was dried, using Dish 3 and Dish 4, the procedure describe in step 2 was
repeated.

7. The entire cultured agar was placed in the incubator for two days to see the bacteria
colonies, color and the texture of the bacteria growth.

Materials

4 nutrient agar cultured plates, sterile cotton swab, marker, 2 bottles labeled A and B (A contains tap
water and B contains 70% ethyl alcohol), transparent adhesive tape, paper towels.
Procedure

8. Four petri dishes containing nutrient agar was labeled as Control for dish 1, Dry Swab for
dish 2, Treatment A for dish 3 and Treatment B for dish 4.

9. A sterile cotton swab was touched over the surface of the table and was strike on the agar of
Dish 2.

10. The lid on Dish 2 was securely taped to the bottom half of the dish.

11. One paper towel with tap water and second paper towel with 70% ethyl alcohol was soaked.

12. The table was wiped down with one half of the surface with liquid A and other half with
liquid B.

13. After the table was dried, using Dish 3 and Dish 4, the procedure describe in step 2 was
repeated.

14. The entire cultured agar was placed in the incubator for two days to see the bacteria
colonies, color and the texture of the bacteria growth.

Materials

4 nutrient agar cultured plates, sterile cotton swab, marker, 2 bottles labeled A and B (A contains tap
water and B contains 70% ethyl alcohol), transparent adhesive tape, paper towels.

Procedure

8. Four petri dishes containing nutrient agar was labeled as Control for dish 1, Dry Swab for
dish 2, Treatment A for dish 3 and Treatment B for dish 4.

9. A sterile cotton swab was touched over the surface of the table and was strike on the agar of
Dish 2.

10. The lid on Dish 2 was securely taped to the bottom half of the dish.

11. One paper towel with tap water and second paper towel with 70% ethyl alcohol was soaked.

12. The table was wiped down with one half of the surface with liquid A and other half with
liquid B.

13. After the table was dried, using Dish 3 and Dish 4, the procedure describe in step 2 was
repeated.

14. The entire cultured agar was placed in the incubator for two days to see the bacteria
colonies, color and the texture of the bacteria growth.

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