Recent Examples of bacterial from the Web
Teresita Locsin Castro, who sold furniture and electronics goods at the old Hecht's department stores, died of bacterial meningitis complications Nov. 26 at Seasons Hospice in Milton, Mass.
As the ingredients ferment, a solid, inch-thick layer of bacterial cellulose forms on top of the mixture.
Fear not, the city of Chicago has solved its bacterial warning optics the same way the GOP has solved its actively hating America optics: with flags!
Some research has linked the anti-bacterial compounds in mint's essential oils — carvone and limonene — to helping reduce your risk of potentially harmful bacteria, both the type found in affected food, and within your GI tract.
The North claimed the industrial-sized equipment was used to make biological pesticides, but they could also be used to grow microbes in bulk and transform bacterial spores into powder.
But in a breakthrough discovery, researchers found a bacterial species that require only chemicals in the air to survive.
Some of these researchers hope to turn the bacterial immune system against bad bacteria.
Presentations will include management of tomato bacterial canker, sprayers for controlling insects in sweet corn, new dicamba regulations and updates on federal food safety regulations.
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