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|Fig 2. Comparison of the colony morphology of|
Escherichia vulneris and a yellow-pigmented Escherichia
hermannii on MacConkey agar. Escherichia vulneris may also
produce a yellow-pigmented colony, but the yellow is more
prevalent in E. hermannii.
|Fig 3. Mucoid appearance of Klebsiella pneumoniae|
on MacConkey agar.
|Fig 4. Yellow-pigmented Pantoea agglomerans|
(formerly Enterobacter agglomerans) on a sheep blood agar.
|Fig 5. A, Serratia marcescens growing on a sheep blood agar plate (left) and|
showing brick-red pigment when grown on MacConkey (MAC) agar (right). B, Pinkish red
pigmentation of Serratia rubidaea growing on MAC.
|Fig 6. Example of Proteus mirabilis swarming on a|
sheep blood agar plate.
|Fig 7. The antigenic structures of salmonellae used|
in serologic typing.
Fig 8. Left, Lactose-negative appearance of
Shigella sonnei growing on MacConkey (MAC) agar at 18 to
24 hours of incubation. Right, Lactose-positive appearance of
S. sonnei growing on MAC after 48 hours of incubation.
|Fig 10. Clear, green colonies of Shigella growing on|
Hektoen enteric (HE) agar.
|Fig 11. Hydrogen sulfide–producing colonies of|
salmonellae growing on xylose-lysine-desoxycholate agar.
|Fig 12. Salmonella growing on CHROMagar|
Salmonella differential agar.
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