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  • Morphological Characteristics Of Jasminum Grandiflorum Leaves

    7. RESULT & OBSERVATION Table No.7.1:- Morphological characteristics of Jasminum grandiflorum leaves S.No. Character Observation 1 Color Gggggggg Green 2 Odour Characteristic 3 Taste Acrid 4 Size 4-5.5 cm. length 5 Texture Smooth Table No.7.2:- Physiochemical analysis of powder of Jasminum grandiflorum leaves S.No. Parameters Observation (%) 1 Loss on drying 0.6 2 Total ash value 7 3 Acid insoluble ash value 2.6 4 Water soluble ash value 1.25 5 Foaming index 22 (ml)…

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  • Reverse Micellar Extraction Of L-Asparaginase Case Study

    1. Abstract In this study, reverse micellar extraction of asparaginase model system was carried out using CTAB/Iso-octane/hexanol/butanol system to optimize the forward and back extraction efficiency. By using Taguchi’s orthogonal array (OA), maximum forward extraction efficiency of 55.0%, 61.0% and 54% was achieved with an aqueous phase pH of 11.0, 150mM CTAB/Iso-octane and 0.1 M NaCl, respectively. Similarly, Taguchi’s orthogonal array (OA) was applied to optimize the pH of stripping phase,…

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  • Delisea Pulchra Case Study

    Abstract Biofilms cause many problems in the drinking water distribution systems (DWDS) and are difficult to remove via conventional disinfection methods. Halogenated furanones produced by Delisea pulchra can hinder biofilm formation and maintenance and look promising as an alternative solution that can be used either as a preventive measure or co-treatment against biofilms in DWDS. However, limited toxicology studies that have been done on halogenated furanones formed as by-products of…

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  • Essay On Bacteria Lab Report

    Introduction: The purpose of the tests (culture media, motility, enzymes, etc.) we preform on the numerous bacteria in lab is to show any biological or chemical characteristics of the bacteria that may help it survive or adapt in the wild, how it may be useful or hazardous to humans, and use as general knowledge to differentiate bacteria from each other. In the Culture Media test we can use solid and liquid media to grow multiple bacteria in lab. It can help us determine what processes the…

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  • Synthesis Of ESKAPE Essay

    caused by nosocomial infections (hospital-acquired infection caused by bacteria, fungal and viral, parasites and other pathogens). The six pathogens are Enterococcus faecium, Staphylococcus aureus, Klebsiella pneumonia, Acinetobacter baumannii, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, and several species of Enterobacter. Instead of using these ESKAPE pathogens in classroom laboratories that are dangerous to human, we use their safe relatives that does not bring a huge risk to the human life. Safe relatives have…

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  • Thymus Fontanesi Case Study

    Development and evaluation of an antimicrobial formulation containing the essential oil of Thymus fontanesii Boiss. & Reut . Mebarki Noudjoub , Nabiev Mohamed2, Chader Henni3, Ziane Henifa4, Fazouane Fethia1 1 Food Technology Research Laboratory, FSI, M’hamed Bougara University, Boumerdès 35000, Algeria 2 Department of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Process Engineering, FHC, M’hamed Bougara University, Boumerdès 35000, Algeria 3 National Laboratory of Control of Pharmaceuticals Products (NLCPP)…

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  • Proteus Mirabilis Research Paper

    Proteus Mirabilis Proteus mirabilis is defined by the slide share website as a disease caused by microbial invasion of the genitourinary track that extends from the renal cortex of the kidney to the urethral meatus. Proteus mirabilis can be laboratory diagnosed by the specimen collection, transported and storage and laboratory methods, but the laboratory methods that would be focused on is specimen collection. It is often the first determine diagnosis and treatment which would give a more…

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  • Mannitol Salt Agar

    gram negative and gram positive bacteria, we were able to determine several characteristics of our bacteria samples. In our biochemical analysis of gram negative bacteria, we were able to determine that out of our 8 samples, Proteus vulgaris, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, and Salmonella enteritidis are unable to ferment lactose. Klebsiella pneumonia and Enterobacter aerogenes can ferment lactose to a certain extent where as Citrobacter freundii and Escherichia coli excessively ferment lactose. In our…

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  • Glucose Fermented Research Paper

    decarboxylase not present…….Klebsiella pneumonia 6b. Sucrose not fermented……………………………….Escherichia coli 5b. Lactose not fermented…………………………………….Serratia marcescens 1b. Glucose not fermented 8a. Glucose oxidized…………………………….........…………Pseudomonas aeruginosa 8b. Glucose not oxidized…………………………………………......Alcaligenes faecalis Test Question being asked Observations Interpretations Gram Statin Is the unknown gram…

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  • What Is Biotic And Abiotic Influence Plant Growth?

    including Enterobacter, Azospirillum, Bacillus, Azotobacter, Pseudomonas, Actinobacter, Bradyrhizobium, etc. are being utilized to produce modernized organic biofertilizers (Vessey 2003). Additionally, P. aeruginosa and P. fluorescens are two highly potent bacterial strains which are generally present in the farm soil (Ganeshan and Manoj Kumar 2005). Effects of PGPRs on the seeds have been realized first time inoculated with Pseudomonas spp. which was isolated from roots. Various studies have…

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