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What is the optimum temperature range for plant growth?
Asked in Temperature, Microbiology
What is the optimum growth temperature for most human pathogens?
Asked in Botany or Plant Biology, Grains
What is the optimum temperature for sorghum germination?
Sorghum has optimum temp for root growth is at 30˚С, Sorghum optimum temp for root growth is at 35˚С, therefore sorghum has an optimum temperature range of between 25-35˚С. Sorghum on the other hand has no germination until 10˚С where there is a steep increase to 79% in a 5˚С temperature change, where it continues to increase to have a maximum of 95% the graph then decreases slightly.
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What is meant by optimum temperature and optimum pH?
Optimum in general means the best level of some variable to promote some reaction. In other words, it doesn't mean the highest or biggest or strongest amount of a thing. So I might ask: What is the optimum daytime temperature for growing tomatoes? It is going to be a temperature level or range that is probably also comfortable for people. If I ask: What is the optimum winter daytime temperature for the over-all wellbeing of polar bears? The answer will probably be different. Both are optimum for the situation involved. pH level covers a large range; various levels will be optimum for the growth of various organisms, or for various reactions to occur.
Asked in Genetics
Explain the effects of temperatures above the maximum and below the minimum growth temperatures on cellular enzymes?
Asked in Botany or Plant Biology
What are the conditions of healthy growth of ornamental plants?
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What is the difference between thermophilic and thermoduric bacteria?
Asked in Flower Gardening
How does the temperature of water affect plant growth?
Asked in Genetics, Biochemistry
What are the optimum temperature and the optimum pH of an enzyme?
Every enzyme works at its maximum rate at a specific temprature called as optimum temprature for that enzyme. AND all enzymes work at their maximum rate at narrow range of pH, called as optimum pH. A slight increase or decrease in pH causes the retardation in enzyme activity or blocks it completely.
Asked in Genetics
What conditions would increase enzymatic activity in a bacterial cell that normally thrives in the human body?
Asked in Temperature
What is the growth temperature and pH of lactobacillus casei strain shirota?
Asked in Biochemistry
What happens to an enzyme outside it's temperature range?
Asked in Biology, Koalas, Microbiology
Classification of bacteria based on temperature?
bacteria r of 3 types accd to temperature psychrophilic mesophilic thermophilic they may b also gram + and gram - enzyme activity depends on the temperature of the environment, and microorganisms are classified in three groups according to their temperature preferences: psychrophilic organisms (psychrophiles) prefer cold temperatures of about 0°C to 20°C; mesophilic organisms (mesophiles) prefer temperatures at 20°C to 40°C; thermophilic organisms (thermophiles) prefer temperatures higher than 40°C (Figure 1 ). A minimum and a maximum growth temperature range exist for each species. The temperature at which best growth occurs is the optimum growth temperature.
Asked in Microbiology
What is the effect of pH on microbial growth?
Microorganisms have an optimal pH range at which growth is possible. Each also having an optimum pH at which growth is at its highest. If the environments pH is beyond the range then denaturation can occur. Denaturation is when the proteins folding properties are destructed and that usually leads to loss of biological activity due to the protein's active site no longer suitable for biological activity.