7. Identify this type of met abolism. Complete the diagram for A B, andC. ( Glucose NADH ATP LAB: What is the goal of a successful Streak Plate procedure? How does this help us when we look at Koch's Postulates? 8. 9. LAB: When looking at the results of your streak plate: a. Were you successful? If so, how do you know? b. If not, what might have not gone wel? c. What was the goal of streak plating?

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7. Identify this type of met abolism. Complete the diagram for A B, andC. (
Glucose
NADH
ATP
LAB:
What is the goal of a successful Streak Plate procedure? How does this help us when we look at Koch's
Postulates?
8.
9.
LAB: When looking at the results of your streak plate:
a. Were you successful? If so, how do you know?
b. If not, what might have not gone wel?
c. What was the goal of streak plating?
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7. Identify this type of met abolism. Complete the diagram for A B, andC. ( Glucose NADH ATP LAB: What is the goal of a successful Streak Plate procedure? How does this help us when we look at Koch's Postulates? 8. 9. LAB: When looking at the results of your streak plate: a. Were you successful? If so, how do you know? b. If not, what might have not gone wel? c. What was the goal of streak plating?

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