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Colonial characteristics of the broth (3pts): The morphological unknown colonial characteristics consist of small and round shapes. It forms a shiny texture with entire margins and a convex elevation. In addition, the color is yellow-tan.

Gram reaction (5pts): The morphological unknown is gram-negative.

Shape (4pts): The shape of the morphological unknown is coccobacillus. For example, the unknown is rod-shaped (Bacillus) yet short and rounded or spherical (coccus).

Arrangement (4pts): The arrangement of the morphological unknown is arranged in pairs and singles.

Motility (2pts): The morphological unknown tested to be a motile microorganism.

Capsule (3pts): The morphological unknown tested to be encapsulated.

Acid-fast (2pts): The morphological unknown is a non-acid fast microorganism.

Endospore (3pts): The morphological unknown tested to not contain endospores.

Identification (12pts): As a result, the morphological unknown is the microorganism Enterobacter aerogenes.

Write-up on your founded microorganism in one page attached to the typed worksheet (12pts)

(Biochemical characteristics, medical, pharmaceutical, and scientific applications and researches)

The genus Enterobacter belongs to the family Enterobacteriaceae. Enterobacter originates primarily in the intestinal tracts of most warm-blooded animals and one of the most clinically important and studied species is the microorganism Enterobacter aerogenes (E. aerogenes). Biochemically, E. aerogenes is gram-negative, oxidase negative, catalase positive, citrate positive, indole negative, and rod-shaped bacterium. E. aerogenes does not use oxygen for energy production, thus it thrives in environments with little or no oxygen, such as soil, sewage and feces. In a laboratory setting, E. aerogenes grows well in MacCongey agar (a culture designed to selectively…...

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