Yes because if the pool is Not clean then bacteria is in the pool which causes his infection
You do not use baking soda in a pool. You need to get pool chemicals from a store to make sure the bacteria is not allowed to grow.
Because they get hot and sweaty and sweat causes bacteria to grow which causes an offensive odor!
Bacteria is not actually caused, it exists in nature. Bacteria is sometimes caused to grow with temperature changes or with the introduction of food to an environment.
Green water in a pool is from bacteria and algae that grow in non moving water. Improper PH, a plugged filter, and hot weather can all cause aq bacteria and algae bloom.
Pool water is usually treated with chlorine to kill bacteria. Unless the water has been sufficiently diluted or was not treated properly, no colonies should form on the agar.
How does chlorine in a swimming pool kill bacteria ?
Moisture causes mold to grow. Also if something is unprotected from germs and other bacteria it is a mold magnet.
No food causes food poisoning. Bacteria causes food poisoning and the bacteria can grow in almost any food that isn't stored or prepared properly.
on places where bacteria doesn't grow
No, bacteria do not grow on fat
fungi and bacteria grow from spores.
All bacteria grow and reproduce
Yes bacteria grow in water
Chlorine is an effective agent against treating your pool against bacteria. You can buy supplies to test and treat your pool at pool shops.
There is no bacteria that causes it - it's a virus.
yes bacteria grows on anything, but if you are diligent in providing them with an ocean style salt water pool the crab is fairly safe from a bacterial growth problem.
Chlorine kills bacteria their for it will clean and disinfect your pool or hot tube
There are a few different temperatures that allow you to grow bacteria. Warm temperatures tend to grow bacteria rather well.
Jam usually has a pH of 3.2. Decay causing bacteria usually can not thrive in an environment with a pH of less than 4.
There is not 1 bacteria that causes MRSA; numerous strains of bacteria are resistant to antibiotics.
What causes the salt level to rise in a pool
Just as organisms have evolved to survive in a rock pool or under the bark of a tree, so to has bacteria evolved to survive in the stomach of humans and animals. One pound of the weight of an adult human is from bacteria alone. These bacteria are largely beneficial and prevent pathogenic (illness inducing) bacteria such as pathogenic E. Coli from multiplying by competing for space and nutrients. As to what causes it, when a newborn is breastfed the milk contains enzymes and bacteria (without exposing the baby to these it will have a weaker immune system as an infant). Bacteria grow from this milk and continue to grow until the body cools after death. Food introduces new bacteria (even if it looks Exceedingly Good) which is usually out competed and dies, or it may cause illness (such as food poisoning or stomach upset) and be flushed out by time or drugs. Post by James Johnson
Yogurt is made by regulating milk temperature, which causes bacteria to grow. Automatic yogurt makers simply keep milk at the right temperatures for an extended period of time, which allows beneficial bacteria to grow.
No, not all bacteria grow on nutrient agar. Nutrient agar is considered one of the least selective agars but some bacteria are fastideous in their growth requirments. Microbiologists have gone to great lengths to get some bacteria to grow in the lab including using nine-banded armadillo foot pads to grow the bacteria Mycobacterium leprae which causes leprosy.