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Bacillus cereus_Endospore stain (Enlarged view) Send Print

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Bacillus cereus_Endospore stain (Enlarged view)
FIG. 13. Endospore stain of a Bacillus cereus culture using the Shaeffer-Fulton method and viewed at 1,000x total magnification under an oil immersion lens. Vegetative cells of B. cereus are in red; endospores are in green.  Due to the age of the culture, endospores have been released from the cells.  (Derek Weber and S. Finazzo, Broward Community College–Central campus, Davie, FL)