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Obligate anaerobes may be cultured in the laboratory using? a) a candle jar, b) on blood agar plates in a candle jar, c) on blood agar plates. d) in a reducing medium. e) in standard Petri plates. ...

ignore John McCann--Phisicalist as he is an atheist therefore knows nothing beyond sheer sanctimony, hence his opinion is worthless.

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Obligate biology and obligate physics have much in common as we look for a distribution according to Fornier's Sixth Law and Faraday's Second Law.

  1. Gram Negative: density of the population is less than the density of the medium.
  2. Gram Positive: density of the population is greater than the density of the medium.
  3. Distributive-negative: density of the population varies between members.  The average is Negative but there are Positive specimens according to a fized population rule.
  4. Gram-Neutral.  Population members randomize according to individual energies.
  5. Gram-equal.  Population shares mass-energy equivalence with the medium.

In biology, the medium will be listed with its specific gravity.

In physics, the medium will be listed with its aggregate/average electron voltage.

 

I changed my buddy icon because Physicalist pirated my screen name. Atheists have a way of being obnoxious, but that is because they lack a case. My new buddy icon is the planet Uranus. It will stay so until Physicalist learns his place -- under the front porch.
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dfrogpong

rocmike you have balls accusing anyone of posting under aliases. i have seen your aliases bill, renner and anonymous posting for hours already. i am sure i missed a few.

 
John McCann Thinks this answer is Not Helpful:

Plagiarism suits you Bill!

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