Recent Examples of bacterial from the Web
Others include peas, canola, algae, and bacterial proteins.
Historical analyses indicate that waves of neurodevelopmental disorders occur after viral and bacterial pandemics.
The threat to the bacterial payload is similar—too much radiation breaking up the complex molecules of life.
This damage happens as a result of plaque, a sticky bacterial film that feeds on food and drink debris hanging out on your teeth.
More than half the samples at Playa Blanca showed bacterial levels that exceeded Mexico’s minimum federal standards.
This scalp toner boasts a rabid following and provides anti-bacterial action.
That’s where the platypuses’ unique antibacterial protein comes in, researchers suggest, to protect the mother’s milk and their offspring from bacterial infiltration.
In February 2013, he was diagnosed with bacterial meningitis, a life-threatening infection.
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