UV light kills microorganisms, such as fungus and molds.
UV light radiation kills bacteria and can sterilize utensils (UV rays are used to sterilize goggles in the laboratory, for example.
because it kills micro-organisms & bacteria
UV light kills whatever bacteria passes through it. Since there is no way to separate the good from the bad bacteria in an Aquarium, the UV filter must obviously kill good bacteria too. This will inevitably weaken the occupant fishes immune systems making them more prone to disease.
bacteria and viruses and microorganisms. I think 185nm kills some organic stuff.
Penecillin (a Fungi) kills bacteria
they are treated with strong UV rays, then the good bacteria kills germs in it so it will be safe to drink.LOL :)
Smoking can humans so do kills bacteria..
Heat kills the bacteria inside cans.
Stomach acid kills bacteria, which is hydrochloric acid.
pasteurization kills bacteria with heat
yes the UV light kills the fungus
The organ that kills bacteria is the stomach. The stomach produces acids that kill the bacteria as it digests food.
UV radiation is used to destroy bacteria, thereby sterilizing a surface on which bacteria were manipulated by a scientist.
The most effective water purification system that can be used in a house is a UV light water filtration system. The UV light kills about 99% of all bacteria living in the water.
UV rays (Ultra violent rays) kills plants and humans.
It contains pepper which is acidic so it kills the bacteria
An antibacterial or a bacteriocidic substance kills bacteria.
the UV light kills single-celled organisms
Ultraviolet (UV) light kills bacteria and viruses in water. The light shines through the water, which must be clear. It does not add a scent or taste to the water.
It kills the bacteria.
i think that the antibacterial soap that kills the most bacteria is dial soap.
The bacteria-killing mold is penicillin.
disruption of the bacteria's cytoplasmic membrane