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Chapter 28

Chapter 28

Chapter 28. Applied and Industrial Microbiology. Foods are preserved by:. Drying Osmotic pressure (salt or sugar) Fermentation. Industrial Food Canning. Figure 28.1. Commercial Sterilization to Destroy C. botulinum Endospores. 12D treatment kills 10 12 endospores

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Utilizing Papain from Papaya ( Carica papaya ) Extract as Probable Anthelmintic

Utilizing Papain from Papaya ( Carica papaya ) Extract as Probable Anthelmintic

Utilizing Papain from Papaya ( Carica papaya ) Extract as Probable Anthelmintic. Keziah Cyra B. Papas RESEARCHER. Chapter 1 Problem and Its Settings. 1.1 INTRODUCTION. Loathed wherever they go, parasitic worms are some of the animal

By marenda
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The Chain of Infection

The Chain of Infection

The Chain of Infection. As healthcare professionals, it is important to understand two things about infection :. the various ways infection can be transmitted. 2. the ways the infection chain can be broken. There are six links in the chain of infection :. 1st - The Infectious Agent.

By koren
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We are Not Alone

We are Not Alone

We are Not Alone. They are in the air we breathe . . . In our food . . . On our skin . . . -on everything we touch. They are . . . microorganisms. What are microorganisms?. (also called microbes).

By zulema
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Waterborne Pathogens: Parasites

Waterborne Pathogens: Parasites

Waterborne Pathogens: Parasites. February 23 rd -25 th , 2010. Parasitic pathogens in water. Enteric and non-enteric diseases Ingestion of contaminated water Contact with contaminated water Complicated life cycles taking place in water and the human body with intermediate hosts.

By lilith
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Blood

Blood

Blood. 17. Overview of Blood Circulation. Blood leaves the heart via arteries that branch repeatedly until they become capillaries Oxygen (O 2 ) and nutrients diffuse across capillary walls and enter tissues Carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) and wastes move from tissues into the blood.

By urian
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Phylum Platyhelminthes (Chapter 27-1)

Phylum Platyhelminthes (Chapter 27-1)

Phylum Platyhelminthes (Chapter 27-1). Please set up your notebook for Cornell Notes. Flatworms Characteristics Soft, flattened worms w/tissue and internal organ systems Simplest animal w/bilateral symmetry, three germ layers and cephalization

By seanna
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Phylum Platyhelminthes

Phylum Platyhelminthes

Phylum Platyhelminthes. Name? From 2 Greek words: ‘ platy’ meaning flat and ‘ helminth ’ meaning worm. Characteristics:. Have tissues and internal organs Have 3 embryonic germ layers – endoderm, mesoderm a nd ectoderm Bilateral symmetry Cephalization Acoelomates – No body cavity persent.

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General Types of Water Pollution

General Types of Water Pollution

Water Quality Notes. General Types of Water Pollution. WATER POLLUTION: SOURCES, TYPES, AND EFFECTS. Water pollution is any chemical, biological, or physical change in water quality that has a harmful effect on living organisms or makes water unsuitable for desired uses.

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Infectious Diseases

Infectious Diseases

Infectious Diseases. Diseases Unit . The 5 “S” of good Health. 1. Soap 2. Safe Sex 3. Seat Belts 4. Sleep 5. Stress Reduction . Terms. Chain of infection: Series of step in the cycle of you getting sick  Pathogen: Microorganism that cause disease

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Diseases brought by dirty water

Diseases brought by dirty water

Diseases brought by dirty water . Causes of disease's. By Barbara and chloe. Causes of disease's. Over a billion people in the world do not have access to safe water and over two billion lack adequate sanitation. As a result 5000 children die every day.

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Phylum Nematoda

Phylum Nematoda

Phylum Nematoda. Roundworms. Summary of Phylum Characteristics. Where do they live? Land, lakes, streams and in all oceans What kind of symmetry do they have? Bilateral Are they all parasitic? Only 50 or so of 12,000 species are parasitic Give examples of some of the parasitic worms

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Schistomiasis

Schistomiasis

Schistomiasis. Schistosomiasis. Schistosomiasis , ( Bilharzia ). Parasitic disease caused by several species of flatworm Affects many in developing countries

By teenie
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Biology 11

Biology 11

Biology 11. Kingdom Animalia : Phylum Platyhelminthes: The Flatworms. Phylum Platyhelminthes Objectives. Advances over Cnidarians Body plan (systems and structures) 3 classes and example animals Parasitic worms (enter, live, hosts, effects). The Acoelomates.

By lovie
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Racoon Dog of South Korea

Racoon Dog of South Korea

Racoon Dog of South Korea. Information. 1. They are Omnivores which means they eat birds, insects, fish, shrew, moles and lots of fruit. 2. Racoon Dogs are found near water where most of their prey is found.

By hunter
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Blood

Blood

Blood. With O 2. Without O 2. Physical Characteristics. Color – depends on oxygen content Bright red – high oxygen, arteries Dark red – low oxygen, veins Viscosity – 5x as viscous as water pH – slightly alkaline (7.35-7.45) Temperature - ~100o F Volume – 4-5L in Females, 5-6L in Males

By nigel
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Tropical Diseases

Tropical Diseases

Tropical Diseases. November 7, 2012 By Mark Goerlitz-Jessen and Paul McAllister. Tropical Diseases. Diseases more prevalent in tropical regions WHO defines these as diseases that thrive in hot, humid conditions Majority come of parasites transmitted by insects. Malaria.

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Lecture 5 Animal Evolution – The Invertebrates

Lecture 5 Animal Evolution – The Invertebrates

Lecture 5 Animal Evolution – The Invertebrates. b. Flukes. parasitic worms withdraw nutrients from living cells or tissues sexual & asexual life cycles with 1-4 hosts. snail/clam; host for larval/juvenile stages. vertebrates; hosts that harbor the mature stage of flukes .

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General Types of Water Pollution

General Types of Water Pollution

Water Quality Notes. General Types of Water Pollution. Environmental Injustice Questions. Why should the general public be informed about local hazardous waste sites? What role should the government play? What federal, state and local agencies exist to protect the environment and human health?

By dayton
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2011 MICROBE MISSION(B/C) 			 11-4-2010

2011 MICROBE MISSION(B/C) 11-4-2010

2011 MICROBE MISSION(B/C) 11-4-2010. KAREN LANCOUR NATIONAL SUPERVISOR National Rules Committee Chairman – Life Sciences karenlancour@charter.net. Event Rules – 2011. DISCLAIMER

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