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Are yeasts biological contamination?

This depends on the food - breads, beers and any fermented food must have yeast in it as the yeast is what does the fermenting. However, in a non-fermented food, a yeast could (MORE)
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What is cryptic contamination?

A cryptic contamination is a possible result of using antibiotics in a cell culture. Some microorganisms like mycoplasma are resistant to antibiotics and will still grow slowl (MORE)
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What is cros-contamination?

a cross contamination is the transferring of bacteria from one substance to another. or the spreading of the bacteria between food.
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What is food contamination?

Food contamination is when something makes the food inedible or can cause illness when consumed. Contamination can be   # Biological (bacteria, parasites, viruses, etc.) (MORE)

How do houseflies contaminate your food?

Flies regurgitate their food, meaning, as they eat they chew their  food and spit it back out, and continue the process while consuming  small portions. Flies also lay their (MORE)

Stocks 101: Learn Stock Market Basics

The stock market is one of the more intimidating subjects in all of personal finance. You may want to get into the stock market, but are hesitant because you don't understand (MORE)

What is direct contamination?

Direct contamination is the process of directly contaminating something. An example of this would be raw chicken that is sitting against fresh lettuce. The chicken directly co (MORE)

What is groundwater contamination?

groundwater is water found below the ground. In many countries such as the UK, Nambia and Bangladesh, groundwater is a major water source for the population. Contamination of (MORE)

What is Physical contaminant?

Contamination is something that should be avoided in all kitchens,  professional and home. A physical contaminant is a particle such as  bacteria or other rotten food that c (MORE)
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What is the diffference between contamination and infection?

The basic difference between these two conditions lies in the concentration of organisms in the wound. An infected wound contains a larger number of microorganisms than a cont (MORE)

Cross contamination is?

noun: cross-contamination       the process by which bacteria or other microorganisms are  unintentionally transferred from one substance or object to  another, (MORE)