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What is the component in the SIM deep tubes that makes the medium suitable to detect the production of indole by bacteria?

Tryptophan


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Can biosensors detect non-pathogens?

Biosensors can be made to detect almost anything. You could design a biosensor to detect a non-pathogenic bacteria but there would be few people who would want to buy it.


What does the gram stain detect?

The difference between gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria.


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The function of the Durham's Tube is to detect the production of gas by microorganisms.


Does ears help in the production of sound in human?

They don't produce sound, they are used to detect it.


Could you have chlamydia if there is no bacteria in your urine?

Yes. A culture to detect bacteria in the urine does not check for chlamydia. The urine test for chlamydia is not a standard urinalysis or urine culture, but is a specific test to detect chlamydia's genetic material. Ask for the test specifically if you are concerned.


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tryptophan


Why is cheese smelly?

bacteria deteriates milk to make it into cheese and it releases a gas containing sulfur which our nose can detect.


How difficult is it to detect the bacilli in TT leprosy?

In TT leprosy the bacteria are very few and almost impossible to find.


Why is it necessary to make periodic chemical and bacteriological analysis of water used for drinking?

To detect the presence of poisionous elements such as lead and to detect if there is contamination of the water source of harmful bacteria such as E Coli


Why were the S bacteria not the R bacteria virulent?

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List 4 ways to detect that a chemical change has occurred?

There are actually 5 ways to detect that a chemical change has occurred.They are: color changes, foaming the production of heat, light, and odor changes.


What are term chemo taxis?

it is a type of behaviour in which with help of flagella,flagellate bacteria can detect and move in response to chemical signals


Why flat organization most appropriate for bank?

It is advantageous to detect defects in a particular phase to prevent problems in the next stages of the production. A single problem may compromise the whole production.


How do you detect acid and gas production using solid medium?

By using pour-plate method with the suitable growth medium.


What are the results of a pap smear for chlamydia?

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Why did you stab the peptone iron agar instead of inoculating only the surface?

Because the peptone iron agar is used to detect ANAEROBIC bacteria. If you stab it deep into the agar you allow the bacteria to grow in the absence of oxygen. If you only inoculated the surface the bacteria wouldn't grow.