Can somebody please explain to me what the Gram Stain process is to me?
I wish I could but I don't know.
The Gram Stain Process is a method of staining used to assign bacteria "Gram Negative" or "Gram Positive".
What is the "Gram Stain Process"?
What's the process to the "Gram Stain Process"?
Yes, there are 6 steps to the "Gram Stain Process".
The first step you have to take is to place bacteria on a slide and place it under heat, sliding it back and forth three times.
Next, you use a dropper to apply the primary stain (crystal violet) to the slide and allowing it to sit for a minute and then rinse it off with water.
Let me guess, the next step is to use a dropper and apply Gram's iodine to the slide and let it sit for a minute?
Okay, I think I got it. So then, I would apply the secondary stain, safranin, and let it sit for a minute and then rinse with water. Lastly, you look at the slide then find the cell shape and arrangement
Yes, that's right! Now, you rinse the slide with alcohol and then using water. The gram negative is purple and the gram positive is pink.