by on December 4, 2019
Breeding Bacteria Bacterial propagation is an increase in the number of bacterial cells in a colony by dividing itself. It is influenced by temperature, humidity and oxygen. Temperatures that are too high or low for optimum growth of bacteria will cause death or inhibit bacterial development. Certain chemicals will kill bacterial colonies, for example penicillin antibiotics. To meet their daily needs, bacteria can take food directly from nature. However, there are also bacteria that have to convert certain compounds into compounds that are needed.
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Topics: bacteria
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