BACTERIAL COLONIZATION ON HUMAN SKIN

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ABSTRACT

 

The surface of human body were Scrubs with moistened swab stick, these was used to streaked the surface of prepared nutrient agar for bacterial growth and incubated at an appropriate temperature. The bacterial isolated were identified to be Staphylococcus aureus, Streptococcus pyogene and Klebsiella aurogene

 

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

TITLE PAGE                                                                                                 I

CERTIFICATION                                                                                                      II         

DEDICATION                                                                                                           III        

ACKNOWLEDGMENT                                                                                            IV

TABLE OF CONTENTS                                                                                          V

ABSTRACT                                                                                                               VI

 

CHAPTER ONE

1.0       INTRODUCTION                                                                                          1

 

            CHAPTER TWO

2.0       LITERATURE REVIEW                                                                              2 – 6

2.1       PURPOSE OF THE STUDY                                                                      6

 

            CHAPTER THREE

3.0       MATERIALS AND METHODS                                                                   7 

3.1       MATERIALS USED                                                                                     7

3.2       STERILIZATION OF MATERIALS                                                            7

3.3       COLLECTION OF SAMPLES                                                                    7

3.4       PREPARATION OF CULTURE MEDIA                                                   7

3.5       INOCULATION OF MEDIA                                                                         8

3.6       SUB-CULTURING OF MICROBIAL GROWTH                                      8

3.7       MAINTENANCE OF PURE CULTURE                                                   8

3.8       CHARACTERIZATION OF BACTERIAL ISOLATES                             8

3.9.0   GRAM STAINING                                                                                        8 – 9

3.9.1   CAPSULES STAINING AND SPORE STAINING                                  9

3.9.2   COAGULASE TEST                                                                                    9

3.9.3   CATALASE TEST                                                                                        9

3.9.4   OXIDASE TEST                                                                                           10

3.9.5   SUGAR FERMENTATION                                                                         10

3.9.6   MOTILITY TEST                                                                                           10

3.9.7   IDENTIFICATION OF BACTERIAL ISOLATES                                      10

                       

            CHAPTER FOUR

4.0       RESULTS AND DISCUSSION                                                                 11 – 13

 

            CHAPTER FIVE

5.0       CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION                                           14 – 15

            REFERENCES                                                                                            16


CHAPTER ONE

 

1.0                                                       INTRODUCTION

A diverse microbial flora is associated with the skin and mucous membrane of every human being from shortly after birth until death. The human body which contains about 1013 cells routinely harbors about 1014 bacteria. This bacterial population constitutes the normal microbial flora. The normal microbial flora is relatively stable with specific genera populating various body regions during particular periods in an individual’s life. Tannock (1995).

Microorganisms of the normal flora may aid the host [By competing for micro-environment more effectively than such pathogens Salmonella Spp or by producing nutrients that the host can use. It may harm the host by causing dental caries, abscesses or other infectious diseases or it may exist as commercials by inhabiting the host for long periods without causing detectable harm or benefits. Even though most elements of the normal microbial flora inhabiting the human skin, nails, eyes, genitalia and gastrointestinal tract are harmless in healthy individuals, these organisms frequently cause disease in compromised hosts.

The normal flora in human usually develops in an orderly sequence, after birth leading to the stable populations of bacteria that made up the normal adult flora. The main factor determining the composition of the normal flora in a body region is the nature of the local environment which is determined by pH, temperature, redox potential, oxygen, water and nutrient levels. Other factors such as peristalsis, saliva hysozyme secretion and secretion of immunoglobulin also play roles in flora control. The local environment is like a concern to in which one principal instrument usually dominates. For example, an infact begins to contact organisms as it moves through the birth canal. A gram positive population [Bifido bacteria] predominates in the gastrointestinal tract early in life. If the infant is breast-fed. This bacterial population is reduced and displaced some what by a gram negative flora [Entero bacteriaceae] when the baby is bottle feel. The type of liquid diet provided to the infant is the principal instrument of this flora controls, immunoglobulins and perhaps other element is breast milk may also be important.


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