What structure enables bacteria to germinate after exposure to harsh conditions?
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What occur after exposure to a certain bacteria and can help fight off the same bacteria in the future?
ccur (s) after exposure to a certain bacteria and can help fight off the same bacteria in the future Read More
Extremely high temperatures can keep antibiotic resistant bacteria low. This is what is used in Pasteurization. Environments where UV light is present are also ones where bacteria can be kept low, as the bacteria cannot survive exposure to this type of light. Read More
From exposure to a person who already has trachoma or from exposure to clamydia trachomatis bacteria. Read More
The incubation period after exposure is from one to 10 days. Read More
If bacteria are susceptible to antibiotics, exposure to antibiotics will lead to the death or weakening of the bacteria. Read More
Prolonged exposure to ultraviolet light can have a number of effects on bacteria. For example, the exposure can lead to mutations in the bacteria's DNA or complete eradication of the bacteria, giving UV light antibacterial properties. Read More
Some bacteria, classified as anaerobic, are easily damaged by exposure to oxygen. Read More
Lead exposure can cause several diseases and conditions, but cancer is not among them. Read More
Exposure of rocks at the earth's surface to water and atmospheric conditions is most likely to cause erosion. The Grand Canyon is a good example of this type of exposure. Read More
The independent variable was bacteria exposure. Read More
Natural selection Read More
exposure to sunlight Read More
Yes; you can become infected with chlamydia in the throat from the exposure to the bacteria. Read More
when these diseases causing bacteria divide and reproduce,the over exposure of these antibiotics causes genetic changes in th bacteria because of which the bacteria gains resistance to that certain drug Read More
Certain bacteria produce a chemical that makes them resistant to penicillin since these bacteria reproduce asexually they usually produce offspring that?
survive exposure to penicillin Read More
Under the right circumstances and conditions, YES. Read More
Bacteria are able to live with or without oxygen in their environments. Obligate anaerobes are a type of bacteria that lives without oxygen; exposure kills the organism. Read More
It does depend on the type of bacteria or viruses, the spectrum of body reactions to exposure to bacteria and viruses is very large, some of them are actually unimportant of even good for you, we all have colonies of bacteria in our body but they have no effect on our health, so the type of virus or bacteria is the key question Read More
Exposure to mutagenic agents Read More
Various dosages have various kinds of effects on the seeds, some may germinate while others may not, all depends on the amount of exposure and amount of radiation given Read More
Typhoid fever is caused by bacteria present in contaminated water. Water is contaminated by exposure to feces of effected person . It is common in poor countries with little hygienic care and poor sanitary conditions .It effects intestine hence called enteric fever . Read More
Any damage to a DNA is an alteration to its structure. Some of the causes of a damaged DNA are mutations or mutagen, X-ray exposure, non-disjunction, toxins, and UV exposure. Read More
To limit the exposure to ambient bacteria, pathogens or air which will cause it to spoil. Read More
Stopping smoking can eliminate wheezing; so can reducing or preventing exposure to allergens or conditions that cause wheezing. Read More
Can exposure to ideal environmental conditions like light and nutrients reverse the genetic trait Albinism?
No, albinism is an irreversible condition. Read More
Many fevers result from exposure to certain bacteria that release endogenous pyrogens that stimulate leukocytes to release chemicals known as endotoxins?
False Read More
Exposure to oxygen (and even bacteria) will cause NATURAL DECAY to the body. It will prevent it from forming into a fossil Read More
As tea is made using boiled water they had less exposure to dangerous waterborne bacteria and parasites than Europeans did for thousands of years. Europeans instead drank large amounts of alcoholic beverages to reduce exposure to dangerous waterborne bacteria and parasites, with the result that they were also drunk most of the time (when the Chinese could be clear headed and sober). Read More
After releasing enough of one type of antibiotic onto some bacteria, given enough time the bacteria will adapt, and even change to be unaffected by the given antibiotic. The only way to inhibit the bacteria then is find a new, better antibiotic, after which, given enough time and exposure, the bacteria will get used to this antibiotic, so there is again a need for a new one. Read More
Exposure to the air, heat and the presence of bacteria in the food which as they multiply and eat the food cause it to go bad and smelly. Read More
The most common exposure to electromagnetic radiation is from the use of cell phones. It is a minor almost minute exposure. Why it can damage the cell structure of humans is because it is toxic it is simply because it is radiation. Read More
Like all living organisms, bacteria evolve through mutations. Repeated exposure to antibiotics means that those mutations which have evolved resistance are better able to survive and pass on the antibiotic-resistant genes. Read More
EM waves like X-rays and gamma rays are efficient at killing bacteria on food and surgical tools. These are ionizing radiations and cause breaks in the DNA of the organisms. On sufficient exposure, the breaks are irreparable and the bacteria on the food and surgical tools are killed. Read More
1 - climate conditions 2 - exposure of the rock to the atmosphere 3- composition of the rock Read More
Alfred Wegener died on the ice cap of Greenland in November of 1930. It is assumed that he died of exposure to the extreme conditions. Read More
Hot sun exposure and bacteria in the water form heavy use will do this. Shock with chlorine shock and filter and it will clear up. Read More
Many researchers are examining the possibility that exposure to an organism (a bacteria or virus) may be the first event in the development of RA. Read More
Build a house with 4 sides and rectangular structure each side facing sound and southern exposure and bear walks by. what color is it?
white Read More
What chemical agents produce temp disabling conditions that can be physical or mental and persist for hours or days after exposure?
Thes are the substances with pharmacodynamic effects. Read More
Spinal meningitis is a bacterial infection that can be caught from exposure to certain types of bacteria. Other causes include fungal infections and different types of cancer. Read More
MRSA is mostly contracted if YOU have a wound for the bacteria to enter into. Other than that ur fine, just keep hygiene. Read More
Transmission may involve fluid exchange or exposure to vectors contaminated by the infective agent. Vectors can be insects or other animals including humans. Read More
Peri lights are lights designed to provide dry heat to the perineal region through the direct application of radiation from a conventional light bulb. An exposure to peri lights help in the treatment of hematomas, infections, and other obstetrical and gynecological conditions. Read More
The clear cover is the concrete from outer face of stirrups to outer face of concrete. cover is provided to safe guard reinforcement from various environmental agents like moisture, harmful chemicals like sulphates and chlorides , carbonation due to atmospheric CO2 and moisture, chemical gases , near sea, sea water spray etc. Thickness of cover depends on the importance of structure, exposure conditions, fire rating required.- Satyanarayana, Hyderabaad,India Read More
Egil Olsen has written: 'Possible effects of fluoride exposure on the oral conditions of workers in an aluminium reduction factory' Read More
What conditions at the Andersonville Prison Camp contributed to the prisoners getting the staphylococcus infection?
Overcrowding, starvation, diesese, poor sanatation, lack of shelter and exposure to the elements Read More