Colonies of the Bacteria Bacillus Globigii on a Petri Dish

Colonies of the Bacteria Bacillus Globigii on a Petri Dish

Detailed Description

Scientists optimized existing methods to collect and identify microorganisms including Bacillus anthracis, a pathogenic microorganism, in 4,800 soil samples across the United States, and developed a geographic information system (GIS)-based application to visualize microorganism occurrence throughout the United States. The photo shows Bacillus globigii colony forming units recovered from a seeded soil sample growing on a petri dish containing tryptic soy agar.

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Image Dimensions: 1512 x 2016

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Location Taken: US