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# This will show you colony morphology or basic information of what your organism would look like...

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###### This will show you colony morphology or basic information of what your organism would look like...
This will show you colony morphology or basic information of what your organism would look like on a TSA non-selective medium plate. Some have short explanations. See if there are any clues from the morphology and then decide what your next step will be. This is my sample of TSA non-selective plate. I am not really sure on what the question is really asking. Im not sure what information i can get from this TSA plate.
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