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I need help with questions 4-9 please. Disregard the table, of course. Thanks!

AutoSave OFFw Lab 9 Differential and Biochem Tests Worksheet Spr 18 – Compatibility ModeQ ~ Search in DocumentHomeInsertDrawDesignLayoutReferencesMailingsReviewViewShareCommentsinherit11AavE J TLGAaBbCcDdEeAaBbCcDdEeAaBbCcDAaBbCcDdEAaBbAaBbCcDdEtAoBbCcDdEeAaBbCcDdEePasteB I U v ab x x’ |Av _ v AvNormalNo SpacingHeading 1Heading 2TitleSubtitleSubtle EmphEmphasisStylesPane4. In the clinical (real-world) setting, what is the main objective of performing laboratory tests suchas the oxidase or catalase assays?5. Some very important pathogens are positive for the oxidase test. Use your text or the Internet tofind one such example.6. Would an anaerobic bacterium be positive or negative for the oxidase test?7. Explain your answer to question #3.8. Summary: Which bacterial plates contained oxidase positive bacteria? Which plates containedoxidase negative bacteria?Experiment 2: Catalase Assay – PICTURE REQUIRED! (Insert in boxabove Table 1.)Table 2: Experiment 2 Assay ResultsPetri Dish SectionColonyBubbles??Catalase Positive orNegative?ShoeNSinkPhoneN9. A student performing the Experiment 2 of this lab set up a positive control with a knowncatalase-positive bacteria. However, he had no remaining hydrogen peroxide in his labkit supplies so he used some that he had in his home medicine cabinet. No bubbles wereproduced after the addition of the hydrogen peroxide even though the organism iscatalase positive. What explanation can you give for this result?Page 2 of 2 324 words xEnglish (United States)3 FocusE120%

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