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Run the Benedict's test to determine if organic
NO
The specimen is inorganic. The specimen is therefore not alive.
Run the Biuret's test to determine if organic
NO
The specimen is inorganic. The specimen is therefore not alive.
Conduct a Fats/Lipids test. If positive, continue.

YES




YES




YES
The specimen is organic.
 
The specimen is organic.
 
The specimen is organic.









 
Conduct a tetrazolium test. See if positive.
NO
The specimen was once alive but is now dead.
 
Conduct a tetrazolium test and Feulgen staining. If positive, continue.









YES
 
Conduct a Feulgen staining. See if positive.
NO
The specimen was once alive but is now dead.
 
The specimen is alive.



YES






 
The specimen is alive.