AnswerAlcohol (of at least a 60% solution) will kill all fungi, 99.9% of bacteria and many viruses, but does not kill spores.
ANSWER:It doesn't kill as well as you would think it should on skin. It will however sweep it from one place on the skin to another. When you go to give blood, the nur…
There are sexually transmitted bacterial infections, but there are
also bacterial infections that are not sexually transmitted/.
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Sunlight and environmental pollutants reduce the biocidal effectiveness of the pools disinfection system, while bathers activities add to the potential risk.
DisinfectantsDisinfectants are bacteria killers...but don't forget to... READ THE DIRECTIONS!!! Contact time is the Number one issue! Contact time kills the little germs/ bacteria...did i say contact time!!! popular products that say anti bacterial are Anti bacterial, however they must have adaquate…
Bacteria are the most abundant organisms in the world. Scientists
believe that bacteria helped create the earth's atmosphere. By
producing so much life-producing oxygen, bacteria eventually made
the atmosphere habitable for all creatures, including humans.
Bacteria are importnant to the planet as …
Bacteria (plural of bacterium) are microscopicsingle-celled organisms (prokaryotes) that reproduce by binary fission, i.e. one cell splits into two, the two cells split into four, etc., etc. The original Greek word (bakterion) meant "rod" or "staff" (like a walking stick) as the first ones discovere…
Can serve as decomposersOne-celled organisms that can be spherical, spiral, or rod-shaped and appearing singly or in chains, comprising the Schizomycota, a phylum of the kingdom Monera. various species are involved in fermentation, putrefaction, infectious diseases, or nitrogen fixation.
Bacteria are single-celled organisms that exist throughout the environment. They live in water, soil, and the air. Bacteria live in and on all animals and plants. Some cause disease, some are beneficial and some have no known impact on the animals they live on or in.Viruses are DNA or RNA, sometimes…
Viruses are different from bacteria in an enormous number of ways:
Firstly, bacteria are cells and viruses are not. Viruses are
composed of genetic information encapsulated in a protein
Secondly bacteria can usually reproduce on their own, whereas
viruses (with some possible exceptions) mus…
Different types or classes of antibiotics work in different ways. All antibiotics are for killing, or inhibiting the growth and reproduction of, bacteria. They do not work on other types of germs and are ineffective for treating viruses, for example. Some antibiotics are bactereotoxic and kill the …
The streptococci occur in pairs or chains, and some species are pathogenic in humans. Streptococcal infections include strep throat, scarlet fever, tonsillitis, erysipelas, puerperal fever and some pneumonias. It is used in dairy products to create cheese, and it is related to the bacterium previou…
By definition, a selective medium is a medium that contains a substance that inhibits the growth of some types of bacteria but doesn't affect the growth of other types of bacteria (this is may be required when you want to isolate a specific type of bacteria from a specimen that contains ot…
Although not considered to be a sexually transmitted disease, it is seldom seem in monogamous relationships. It is caused be Gardnerella Vaginalis, Garderella Moboluncus, Bacteroides, and Peptostreptococcus. It is usually seen it situations with multiple sexual partners, the presence of an IUD, or o…
In some locations, the cell membrane forms internal folds in the cytoplasm called mesosomes. Denying all claims of having functional role, recent studies have shown that mesosomes are artifacts of preparation, resulting from stain fixation. References: The Cell, A Molecular Approach, 5th Edition …
they are communicable in nature, thrugh cough,transfusion of infected blood, using an used syringes,razors. causes its spread
It depends on the kind of disenfectant, some use alcohol, some use ammonia, silver nitrate or other silver compounds or even soaps, acids or sperm
Not if the petri dish is properly sealed, that is why petri dishes are used in microbiology. However the media used may be contaminated so if growth is found it could be from the media
Nucleus of the Cell Think of it as the "Control Center" or "Headquarters" of the cell. The nucleus of the cell contains much of the DNA of the cell, and it regulates the activities of that cell, whatever those activities are. Basically it controls everything that happens inside the cell, it's like …
Mechanical digestion is the breakdown of food through chewing,
mixing, or churning. Mechanical digestion occurs in the mouth and
stomach. The food is physically torn apart through the teeth,
tongue, stomach contractions, etc. This is counterpart to chemical
digestion, where acids and other enzymes c…
The changes on society affected by amplifiers are almost as numerous as the number of devices that use them. Consider all the modern electronic equipment and all the electronic "toys" we have. Almost all of them have an amplifier of one kind or another in them. The amplifiers have allowed us to comm…
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Why, bacteria eat almost anything they can get! Of course, they can't chew through cement. They can eat anything edible to animals and humans, probably more! Take wood for example, termites eat wood, bacteria eat wood too. In fact, termites wouldn't even be able to eat wood if it wasn't for the bac…
Some bacteria, known as autotrophs, make their own food and are known as producers. Others, known as heterotrophs, feed off of other organisms and need an energy source.
Neither. Living things are classified into 5 kingdoms - animalia, plantae, fungi, protista, and monera. Bacteria belong to the kingdom monera. Bacteria cells are prokaryotic while all the other kingdoms contain eukaryotes.
Well, the insulin a diabetic gets does not contain any bacteria. It is sterile. However, the insulin is made by bacteria, usually E. coli. Hope this helps!
Some Stuff about the E.Coli Bacteria:
• The Bacteria E.coli used to produce insulin for those with diabetes
• It's Inex…
most of them are Aerobic and Facultative Anaerobic.
but there is one strain of Staphylococcus that only grows in Anaerobic conditions
At one time, bacteria were also considered protists, under the three-kingdom system of Animalia (corresponding closely to the modern kingdom), Plantae (which included Fungi as well as plants), and Protista (everything else).
Now, living organisms are are put into 6 kingdoms:
There is transduction- when a virus [called a phage] infects one bacteria and part of the bacteria's DNA is incorporated into the virus's DNA. Later, the virus infects another bacteria and transfers the DNA. transformation- when a bacteria picks up loose DNA from the environment and incorporates it…
Bacteria is represented as both fungi and antibiotics. Fungi
produce antibiotics to compete and overpower the bacteria present
in the dead matter that encloses them.
Bacteria are classified in many ways. Most bacteria are classified by their shape, cell wall, movement, eating, and breathing. The most useful technique of classification would be the Gram stain. The Gram stain distinguishes between differences in the cell wall composition of bacteria (Gram positive…
How Bacteria Moves
Bacteria has small tentacles called flagellum that move them. Some without these tentacles are moved by the rushing of fluids passing by them.
Lactococcus Lactus is a gram positive bacteria and therefore retains the darker staining and therefore shows on a gram stain as dark blue/violet colour. This is because the thick peptidoglycan cell wall retains the primary crystal violet stain.
They break down the dead animal or plant and return the good nutrients to the soil
In biology, the nucleus is the control center of a cell which
contains hereditary information. It holds DNA and acts as a "brain"
while holding everything that the cell needs to survive inside of
The word nucleus is a noun and is defined as a central and vital
part of a group or object that is…
Nitrogen-Fixing bacteria. aka Rhizobium
It is a rod-shaped bacteria which is usually found in yogurt.
Bacteria will divide every 20 minutes, in a perfect growing environment. This kind of exponential growth has the potential to be very deadly, very quickly, as bacteria kill their host cell within the human body. Luckily, bacteria hit their carrying capacity in the human body at a relatively low mana…
No they are coupled with others. Look at cellular respiration...
The easiest way to differentiate them is by color. Both are pigment producing, and while M. luteus has yellow colonies, M. roseus has pink colonies. If you need a more scientifically valid way of differentiating them, try using a nitrate reduction test. M. luteus can not reduce nitrate while M. rose…
the answer i would like to give. there are many biochemical tests for detection of various types of bacteria.
1. carbohydrate utilization tests (sugar test). - lactose , sucrose , mannitol , maltose , xylose and dextrose.
2. imvic test.
it includes indole test , methyl red test , voges …
ok remember the time when you sneezed in your hand well when someone there does that that is an example of bacteria. wow, ok, im in high school, ad that is the dumbest response ever. a specific bacteria in the tundra is fricking impossible to find anywhere No you are stupid!! Methane Oxiding bacter…
Leeuwenhoek is mostly credited for it - but there is some speculation.
Louis Pasteur Joseph Lister also helped discover bacteria.
Many viruses are parasitic like the bacterias. In addition, viruses have RNA or DNA, although slightly different than that of bacteria.
One way that they help is by helping us digest our food. We have what are called intestinal flora, a group of many different bacteria in our digestive system that help us by breaking down food particles so we can absorb them better. One kind of helpful bacteria is called acidophilous and it can be f…
Answer:We could not live without the protective bacteria on our bodies and in our bodies. We have over 50,000 bacteria per square inch on our skin and if you use a scrub brush to wash the skin, you can remove this protective bacteria and skin disease will follow. Our stomach used bacteria to digest …
Red blood cells and many white blood cells are made in bone marrow. (Some types of White blood cells are made in the spleen, live and lymph glands.)
- Not brushing your teeth - Eating so much sweets and chocolate or sugary foods- Consuming too many acidy foods such as vinegar - Smoking
Enterobacter is a genus of common Gram-negative, facultatively-anaerobic, rod-shaped bacteria of the family Enterobacteriaceae. Several strains of the these bacteria are pathogenic and cause opportunistic infections in immunocompromised (usually hospitalized) hosts. The urinary and r…
The nucleus stores the cell's DNA and RNA. It is the central brain
system of the cell. It basically runs the cell's primary processes.
Nucleus is the control center of the cell.
bacteria as many useful effects like it is used in the agriculture it is used in medicine to manufacture antibiotic some bacteria are live in alimentary canal to produce enzyme like CELLULASE to digest cellulose in herbivorus
more bacteria to reproduce with warmth and oxygen :)
"37 degrees celsius"
....Is the temperature of the gut in which E. coli lives, so you might call that 'optimal.' Note that the optimal growth rate for E. coli is actually a bit higher, around 40.6 C assuming normal conditions. Its doubling rate at that temperature is lower on average th…
Yes, some families of bacteria do have primitive eyes, called
eyespots, made up of a concentration of pigmented proteins. These
primitive "eyes" are capable of distinguishing light from dark.
Microscopic is a term you have probably heard before. It doesn't just mean an object is small, it means it is so small that the only clear way of seeing it is by using a microscope.
antonie van leeuwenhoek
Cyanobacteria- first to photosynthesis and oxidizing atmosphere
heat on smear
by application of heat and a mordant, the cell can be stained. the purpose of heating is to soften the waxy material of the cell wall and allow the stain enter the cell. rock on University of Luzon!
Salmonella is a type of bacteria that can be found in raw meats, poultry, and some other types of produce. This bacteria can cause a lot of different types of illness from an upset stomach to food poisoning and may be fatal. A type of Salmonella can also cause typhoid fever. Salmonella is a rod-shap…
There are a number of things that can kill bacteria. 1. Antibiotics 2. Antiseptics 3. Antibodies 4. Bleach 5. Disinfectant 6. Mouthwash Heat /ColdVinegarChlorineSalt
A petri dish is a round, shallow glass container with a glass lid.
See the link below for pictures of petri dishes.
MRVP media contains glucose,peptone and phosphate buffer.Many enteric organism can overcome the buffering capacityb of media by producing large amount of stable acids as end product,thus lowering the pH.this acid production is detected bt methyl red indicator,which remains red in color at a pH of 4.…
to prevent plant from frosting
Concept of micro culture definedMicro Culture: Is a small unit of culture within a wider general culture. It is the identity and traits of a particular people within a dominant culture that is never lost to assimilation. It is the customery beliefs, social forms and material traits of a racial, reli…
Swelling, redness in the area of infection and fever are the signs of bacterial infection. You may get leucocytosis in blood examination.
An organism and another organism won't do anything to each other,like a tarantula and a cactus,or to make it simple,a person surfing the net and someone napping(This thing normally occurs in my house)
The active ingredient in antibacterial soap, triclosan, is not toxic. It is used in soap, deodorant, mouthwash, etc. Be more careful. Things that taste yucky are probably never good for you to consume often.
The purpose of prolonged application of heat on the smear is to
denature the bacteria. This way, the bacteria will stick on the
no more than 8 hours
Streptococcus is a gram-positive bacteria that causes various illnesses in human bodies. To answer the question briefly, the streptococcus is caused by other streptococcus, which asexually reproduces by binary fission to get another streptococcus. To answer the question regarding the disease, the di…
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some examples are:
Clostridium tetani, Clostridium botulinum
Coliform bacteria are Faculatative anaerobic Gram negative, non-spore forming lactose fermenting bacilli, members of the family enterobacteriacea. They are common isolates from fecal samples and are well distributed through fecal contaminated environments. Coliforms are used as indicators of fecal c…
To diagnose Enterococcus faecalis: (Facultative anaerobic) First, do the Gram stain: Gram positive cocci in chains catalase test: negative PYR disc: positive
Controls all the activites of cells,Bearing and Carring genetic information from generation to generation,bearing ribosomal sub units
Characteristics of bacteria are prokaryotes, meaning they do not
have membrane bound organelles, peptidoglycan cell wall, and
asexual reproduction, meaning they only need themselves to
it depends on how intense (strong) the light is and what temperature it is stable at
your moms anus.
A needle that helps cut apart or separate organs while dissecting a specimen.
Bacteria live for about 20 minutes then they divide into two bacteria by binary fission.
Bacteria eats everything.
Most likely, bacterias are decomposers, not producers. However, there are some bacterias that are autotrophs, but not necessarily producers.
It helps you cut open the object you are dissecting, frog, jellyfish, starfish, ext.
It helps you cut open the object you are dissecting, frog, jellyfish, starfish, ext.
It helps cut open an object you must dissect in class or anything such as jellyfish,frog,and others. It's also like a sm…
Gram negative diplococci that causes gonorrhea.It is the bacteria that causes gonorrhea.
boric acid does not react with NaOH directly. When glycerol is added, the mixture behaves as monobasic and so it can be titrated with alkali using phenolphthalein
Antone Van Leeuwenhoek discovered bacteria
Typically contact with contaminated surfaces.
Yes, bacteria is an organism. Bacteria is large group of
prokaryotic microorganisms that have a variety of different shapes
and sizes and they have both parasitic and symbiotic relationships
with animals and plants.
bacteria can be killed from a by a variety of things, bacteriophages can be engineered to kill bacteria, but the main killer is the antibiotics which kill bacteria in massive numbersBy taking pillsSterilization, Pasteurization, Cold Temperatures, Antiseptics, disinfectants, and washing hands.Nothin …
it makes your immune system prone to infection so then when the same germ gets into your body your body knows what its dealing with
lactic acid bacteria
I don't konwthey survive on carbon Dioxide
It's often known by the simple abbreviation E. coli.
the containor used for growing mold and bacteria is the PETRI DISH. a lot of people use agar as the gel to grow mold and bacteria