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Mac Conkey Agar

Mac Conkey Agar, depicted in the images below, is differential medium used to differentiate lactose fermenting bacteria from non-lactose fermenters. Lactose fermenters form pink colonies while non-lactose fermenters give pale yellow colonies.

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