A BACTERIAL CELL HAS ONLY A SMALL AMOUNT OF PEPTIDOGLYCAN IN ITS CELL WALL. BEYOND THE CELL WALL LIES AN OUTER MEMBRANE. IF THE GRAM STAIN PROCEDURE WERE APPLIED TO THIS CELL, WHAT COLOR WOULD IT APPEAR TO BE?

A BACTERIAL CELL HAS ONLY A SMALL AMOUNT OF PEPTIDOGLYCAN IN ITS CELL WALL. BEYOND THE CELL WALL LIES AN OUTER MEMBRANE. IF THE GRAM STAIN PROCEDURE WERE APPLIED TO THIS CELL, WHAT COLOR WOULD IT APPEAR TO BE?

A bacterial cell has only a small amount of peptidoglycan in its cell wall. Beyond the cell wall lies an outer membrane. If the Gram stain procedure were applied to this cell, what color would it appear to be?

A BACTERIAL CELL HAS ONLY A SMALL AMOUNT OF PEPTIDOGLYCAN IN ITS CELL WALL. BEYOND THE CELL WALL LIES AN OUTER MEMBRANE. IF THE GRAM STAIN PROCEDURE WERE APPLIED TO THIS CELL, WHAT COLOR WOULD IT APPEAR TO BE?
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A bacterial cell has only a small amount of peptidoglycan in its cell wall. Beyond the cell wall lies an outer membrane. If the Gram stain procedure were applied to this cell, what color would it appear to be?

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