Results for: Antimicrobial

What are antimicrobial agents?

Antimicrobial agents are compounds that inhibit or kill microbes or microorganims, e.g bacteria and fungi. Antimicrobial agents can be chemicals or biological in compostion. C (MORE)

What is antimicrobial resistance?

Antimicrobial resistance is similar to antibiotic resistance.Microbes evolve to survive exposure to both antimicrobials andantibiotics when such products are used excessively (MORE)
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What is antimicrobial activity?

Antimicrobial activity kills microorganisms or stops there growths.Some oils that possess antimicrobial activity are cinnamon oil,mint oil, oregano oil, lemon oil, and onion o (MORE)

Is zinc oxide antimicrobial?

ZnO (Sigma Aldrich 99.999%) was found to posses antimicrobial activties against Escherichia coli (29522) and Staphylococcus aureus (29523), however ZnO indicated no activty ag (MORE)
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What is antimicrobial soap?

it kills the microorganisms on the washed area, that is why it is (Anti) meaning against, no longer gets rid of..... if you are Anti-authority you are against authority antimi (MORE)
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Is vinegar an antimicrobial?

An antimicrobial is a substance that kills or inhibits the growth of microorganisms [1] such as bacteria, fungi, or protozoans, as well as destroying viruses. Antimicrobial (MORE)
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How do antimicrobials work?

There are various approaches, the most common being puncturing the pathogens cell membrane (pathogen become leaky and its insides streams out) or an attack on its metabolism. (MORE)

Is salt a antimicrobial?

Salt is better classified as a microbial inhibitor - it reduces the amount of water available for the bacteria to grow and so stops them from growing and dividing. If used in (MORE)