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Answer Perhaps but being microwave-boiled doesn't have anything to do with it. DO NOT BOIL WATER IN MICROWAVES IT IS EXTREMELY DANGEROUS!
it kills it
No minerals in the water will be remove when it is boiled.
The simplest way to kill plant roots organically is to physically dig them up. Some persistent weeds can re-emerge from the rootlets left in the soil, but if you dig them up a…gain and again eventually they won't have the resources to re-emerge. Another method is called soil solarization, but this can only be used in smaller areas, and it has to be done in the three hottest months of the summer. What you do is till the soil, and remove as much plant matter as possible, then water the area thoroughly, and spread a layer of thick, clear plastic over it, anchoring the edges of the plastic firmly by berming soil over the edges. Leave it on for three months or so, or even longer if you live in a northern climate, and that should completely sterilize the soil.
Enzymes are not alive, so they cannot be killed. Typically though, bringing an enzyme to a boiling temperature is enough to denature it. There's no evidence though that …denatured enzymes in food at all affects the nutritional effects of the food.
Boiling water does kill spores. This is because spores are like tiny plants in storage so the boiling water harms them.
When you boil water, you will kill all germs that are in it.
kills bacteria and doesnt kill plants and animals
In HIV and AIDS
yes, HIV is sensitive to high temperatures but not to extreme cold. Experiments have shown that HIV is killed by heat, but temperatures over 60°C are needed to achieve reliab…le killing of HIV. Van Bueren Survival of HIV and inactivation by heat and chemical disinfectants. Eighth Int Conf AIDS, Amsterdam, abstract PoA 2401, 1992