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Describe how the Gram stain is performed and identify the staining characteristics of Gram(+) and Gram(-)organisms. Be sure to include the lenght of time for each step,if water is used to rinse, and identify which step is most critical to doing a quality stain.

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Gram staining technique is majorly used to classify the two wide groups of bacteria. This technique classifies these bacteria on the basis of their physical characters such as the cell wall and membrane. The gram-posit...

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