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Rudock's gray matter controls the chaos
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — In the run-up to last weekend’s game, Minnesota coach Jerry Kill pointed out some of the intricacies of Iowa’s running game. It is a grind and it is physical, but there are margins for advantage.
Kill pointed out how sophomore quarterback Jake Rudock finds and maximizes those. It was a clip of Iowa’s loss to Northern Illinois. He put the laser clicker on NIU’s nose tackle and where he lined up, on the outside shoulder of the center. He said Rudock recognized that player could be “reach” blocked and how that set the wheels in motion for a play that was a 15-yard gain for running back Mark Weisman.
That all came to life without the laser clicker during the Hawkeyes’ 23-7 victory at Minnesota last weekend.
“[Jake Rudock] played a good football game,” Kill said in the postgame. “I’ve said all along Iowa is a better football team than they were a year ago. He’s a more mobile quarterback than who played last year. They had a good quarterback last year, but Rudock plays the game differently and makes a lot of calls on the line of scrimmage.
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MicroA: Morphology on Slant Medium
There are different methods of classification and identification of microorganisms,
Firstly microoganisms can be seperated and classified simply by its biochemical or physiological characteristics
(the definition on its own)
>PHENOTYPIC is when an organism's growth is influenced by its surrounding or enviroment.
>GENOTYPIC is when an organism's growth is already in the gene code and it can only be slightly changed by the enviroment.
Therefore in the context of identification, a phenotypic characteristics simply means charasteristics that can be seen/ revealed either with the microspope of the human eye.
This would include morphology (structure) of the microorganism (as seen above). Its staining properties, atmospheric requirements, physiological properties (Biochemical and metabolic activities tests) and antigen-antibody reactions (Serology).
In this website we will be touching on each of these topics in detail..
Source: MicroA: Morphology on Slant Medium
Koneman's Color Atlas and Textbook of Diagnostic Microbiology
Creator: Elmer W. Koneman | Medical - 2006 It is important when preparing the media that the slant and the deep are kept
equal in length, approximately 3 cm (1.5 in.) each, so that this two-chamber effect
is preserved. KIA and TSI tubes are inoculated with a long, straight wire.
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Alcamo's Laboratory Fundamentals of Microbiology
Creator: Jeffrey C. Pommerville | Science - 2010 2. The transfer process You are now ready to carry out the transfer. Two
examples are described and illustrated: one transfer is from a broth to an agar
slant and the other is from an agar slant to a broth. Inoculation of an agar plate is
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
Microbiology for Water and Wastewater Operators (Revised Reprint)
Creator: Frank R. Spellman | Technology & Engineering - 1999-12-08 Certain cultural characteristics, such as type of growth on agar slants, pellicle
formation in broth cultures, pigmentation, and colonial appearance of organisms
can be observed on plates (see Figure 11.5). These cultural characteristics are ...
Publisher: CRC Press
Handbook of Media for Clinical Microbiology
Creator: James W. Snyder, Ronald M. Atlas | Science - 2006-05-17 Loeffler Slant, Modified 285 Dextrose Broth: Composition per liter: Tryptose l0.0g
Glucose 5.0g Sodium chloride 5.0g Beef extract 3.0g Preparation of Dextrose
Broth: Add components to distilled/deionized water and bring volume to l.0L.
Publisher: CRC Press
Textbook of Microbiology & Immunology
Creator: Parija | 2009-01-01 The test is performed by inoculating KIA or TSI with an inoculating needle by
stabbing the butt and streaking the slant and then incubating at 37°C for 18-24
hours. During incubation, the bacterium first utilizes glucose and then lactose and
Publisher: Elsevier India