Temperature Effect
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The following paper concerns the influence of temperature on patients afflicted with enzyme-related problems. Reportedly, the procedures centered on both fungal amylase and bacterial amylase on four different temperatures levels and different time periods. … Wond and Batt (2003) espoused the first purpose of the experiment was to determine whether temperature…
Bacterial Transformation
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The process of transformation was initially described by Fred Griffith in 1928.Evidently, he demonstrated how characteristics could be acquires by living nonpathogenic bacteria from disease causing bacteria that were dead. Consequently, these eventually transform to disease… To this end, transformation entails the process in which DNA fragments are taken up by…
Enzymes in Industry
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The workings of life, from digestion to replication, synthesis of nucleic acids to the destruction of bacterial cell walls, from defense to duplication, depend to a very great extent on enzymes. Not only within the framework of our bodies but also now in industrial applications of various sorts have we become dependent on these tiny proteins.… It is the aim of…
Enzyme Amylase Lab Report
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The effects of pH, temperature and enzyme concentration on enzyme activity Abstract: This experiment aimed to prove that the activity of amylase is affected by parameters such as temperature, pH and concentration. It measured how changing levels of the parameters led to changes in enzyme activity.… An enzyme is a protein-based catalyst that raises the reaction…
Bacterial transmission
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1.0. INTRODUCTION Bacterial transmission has been aided by contact with living organisms as well as by non-living. This is with respect to the ability of infectious organisms to flourish on inert surfaces (Ellis, 2006). … Respiratory bacteria are mainly dispersed in the air through droplets of saliva and mucous produced when one coughs, sneezes, talks or…
Bacterial Meningitis
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The subarachnoid space is the space between the arachnoidmater and piamater which cover the brain and the spinal cord. Invasion of this… Bacterial meningitis can occur at any age. However, it is more common among infants, children and young adults. It is also more common in the elderly people. According to WHO (Cited in Ramakrishnana et al, 48) "two thirds of…
Bacterial Meningitis
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It can arise from bacterial, fungal or viral infections. Meningitis caused by bacteria is known as bacterial meningitis. It is a serious ailment that can result in the death of the… d deep kissing, suffer from chronic ear and nose infection, and who have contracted pneumococcal pneumonia are at a higher risk of developing this disease. This ailment is…
Bacterial biofilms and disease
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A bacterial biofilm is a structured community of bacterial cells enclosed within a self-produced polymeric matrix and sticking to an unmoving or living surface (Costerton, Stewart, & Greenberg, 1999). Bacterial biofilms are present mostly in wet surfaces and are visible to the… Different bacterial species specifically attach to different surfaces and could…
Bacterial Cure for Cancer
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Bacterial Cure for Cancer 16-09-11 Bacterial Cure for Cancer Introduction: Today, in developing countries cancer is one of the leading causes of death. The incidence of cancer as a cause of death is rapidly increasing. Cancer cells originate due to mutation of a host cell in response to chemical carcinogens, viruses or radiation.… Therefore, we only develop…
Bacterial cells Quantification
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The Effect of Lysozyme Solution on Micrococcus lysodeikticus Cell Counts Introduction Bacterial cell quantification is useful in many areas of biology, in that it allows us to know the number of cells, or the viable cell count. This information can be used in antibiotic sensitivity testing, or infection severity, for example.… Additionally, the information…
Examination of Bacterial Infections
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This essay talks about a keen examination of bacterial infections and elements necessary to spread an infection. It provides facts concerning the conditions necessary to spread an infection, the nature of a potential host and the modes of pathogen transmission.… The essay "Examination of Bacterial Infections" talks about a keen examination of bacterial…
Bacterial Meningitis - Pediatric
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Bacterial Meningitis Firstname Lastname Name of Institution Bacterial Meningitis Introduction Bacterial meningitis is one of the most fatal infections afflicting children worldwide. Although vaccinations for certain causative agents have been widely distributed, bacterial meningitis cases are not completely eradicated, and neurologic sequelae and death even result if adequate medical assistance is not given.…
Bacterial Culture Techniques
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Bacteria are organisms that are single celled and hence cannot be seen with the naked eye, the live in and around all of us and can be helpful but in many other cases they can cause illness people some of the common illnesses cause by Bacteria are ear infections, strep throat… Bacteria have been often termed as being the primitive beings and are said to help…
Bacterial transformation and gene expression
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The intention of this study is bacterial transformation as the process of introducing the foreign DNA into the bacteria and gene expression as the process of obtaining information from the gene and using it for the synthesis of a functional gene product.… This study looks into DNA as the blueprint of our life. Life without these molecules is not possible. DNA…
Environmental effects on bacterial growth
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Living organisms are limited by the ecological circumstances by which their habitats experience. The limitations are set by the interactions that… The central question for the experiment was: Do environmental factors limit the growth of bacteria. Due to the comprehensive nature of the term environmental factors, I chose to carry an experiment on the effects of…
Lab 4 Infectious Bacterial Identification from DNA
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Other ways of identifying bacteria such as Grahm staining and Ziehl-Neelsen staining which use staining of the bacteria using a special dye prove to be inefficient in comparison to genetic testing method that use DNA sequencing. Genetic testing has an advantage over the other… It is difficult to identify bacterial pathogens using the common lab processes which…
Molecular and Genomic Analysis of Bacterial Pathogenicity
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Mainly as a consequence of the development of microbial genetics, genetic analysis has increased enormously its resolving power in recent years, so much so that it now goes beyond that of physical or chemical techniques applied to biological organization (Pontecorvo, 1958). … So far, in genetic analysis the resolving power has been limited only by the…
Principles of Bacterial Genetic of book Biology of Microbiology
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Genes are the basic components of the organism. Understanding the basic principles of genes is the key to comprehend the importance of the genes and their manipulation can be performed in the desired manner. The present era witnesses the imperative role being played by microorganisms in genetic engineering, drug manufacturing, protein expression, insulin production by incorporation of the desired gene in the microbial cell lines, single cell proteins and genetically modified food items.…
The importance of SOC broth for bacterial transformation
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It is a rich media and provides good ground for transformation due to the possession of elements by it. It has great importance towards the grown of bacteria and its subsequent transformation. The forefront… The elementary one of it is Lysogeny Broth. SOC is associated with it (Hannan). SOC is a variant and a further refined form of SOB. While SOB is devoid…
Overuse of antibiotics and the developement of resistant bacterial strains
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Overuse of Antibiotics and the Development of Bacterial Strains Introduction Mankind has seen exponential progress in the past decades. The modernization provided by numerous technological advancements has really improved and opened new frontiers in communication, entertainment, warfare and medicine.… It seems that boundaries and distances have been shattered…
Bacterial Meningitis
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In order to create better awareness about the disease among students, the college is conducting a screening program that will provide educational… The organism then moves to the brain and to various other organs. However, the American College Health Association, based on the recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, has recommended…
Computer-aided image processing for bacterial cell enumeration
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COMPUTER-AIDED IMAGE PROCESSING FOR BACTERIAL CELL ENUMERATION Name ID Professor Course Date Abstract Bacteria pathogen studies regularly needs the details of the bacteria colony. Bacteria colonies details appear as a crucial apparatus for most of the extensively applied biomedical analysis.… There appear several inhibitors in the way of counting colonies to…
Computer-aided image processing for bacterial cell enumeration
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Bacteria colonies details appear as a crucial apparatus for most of the extensively applied biomedical analysis. Bacterial dependency details remains low the whole time. This wastes a lot of labor and… The inhibitors include; methods of handling confluent development of the development of colonies that lean or overlaps other colonies, the methods of…
Differentiation of microorganisms
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The purpose of the experiments was to comprehend and compare biochemical mechanisms and activities for the purpose of taxonomy. In culture media experiment, its purpose was to describe the function of ingredients in a typical medium of microbial growth.… The researcher tells that in culture media experiment the test included a synthetic medium, tryptic…
Pharmaceutical Industry, New Drug Discovery Research Unit, Anti-bacterial Drug Research
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Anti infective drug research is a specialized branch of drug discovery unit in a Pharmaceutical industry. For acquiring the role of a leader a basic qualification of Microbiology or Biotechnology is essential. The scientist has to undergo a few years of extensive training on job as a research scientist in antibacterial drug research.… Antibacterial drugs have…
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