Bacterium

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  • The Bacterium Staphylococcus

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    The Bacterium Staphylococcus Staphylococcus can be a severely harmful bacterium. It eventually leads to complete removal of sections of flesh. It can be as small as blister and be as sever as gigantic loss of skin. Staphylococcus is a bacterium that causes a more commonly known disease called a staph infection. Staph infections can invade and attack any part of your body, from your skin, eyes and nails to the inner lining of your heart. Symptoms differ, depending on where the infection develops

  • Bacterium Essay

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    megaterium is dynamic for cloning because there is minuscule degradation of protease product (Janssens et al, 2013). Also, the bacteria’s recombinant plasmids are highly stable (Janssens et al, 2013). The omnipresence and distinction of these bacterium in nature have an unusual defiance of their endospores to chemical and physical effects. The developmental cycle of B. megaterium endospore formation and antibiotic production has spurred continuous appeal interest in these bacteria since the Cohn

  • The Bacterium X Project

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    glared affectionately at her. “He’s requested our help with the “Bacterium X” project. Dr. Caveat, this is my intern, Alex Patten.” The men shook hands and exchanged greetings. The enthusiastic intern, now being sandwiched between two of the most prestigious scientists in the world, mustered up enough courage to shoot a question by the neurotechnology giant, before they all got down to business. “Dr. Caveat, I understand the bacterium is mutating to a potentially pandemic... ... middle of paper

  • The Proteus Vulgaris Bacterium

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    Prutias valgeros wes doscuvirid tu bi thi anknuwn urgenosm eftir sivirel tists wiri cuncladid. Forst, e grem steon wes duni tu ditirmoni of thi anknuwn wes grem nigetovi ur grem pusotovi. It tarnid uat tu bi e grem nigetovi urgenosm, su farthir tists wiri urdirid besid un thos fect. Thi tists oncladid wiri e OF glacusi tist, e Cotreti tist, e SIM tist, end elsu e Uriesi tist. Thi OF glacusi tist cemi uat pusotovi fur e stroct firmintir biceasi buth tabis tarnid yilluw. Thi Cotreti tist cemi uat nigetovi

  • The Microbiology of the Vibrio cholerae Bacterium

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    The Microbiology of the Vibrio cholerae Bacterium Abstract Cholera is a deadly disease that has caused a worldwide phenomenon throughout history. Its imperative weapon, the Vibrio cholerae bacterium, has allowed cholera to seize control and wipe out a huge percentage of the human population. V. cholerae’s toxins are the primary causes of cholera’s lethal symptoms. The bacterium contains toxins that help it accomplish its job of invading the human system and defeating the body’s powerful immune

  • Bacterium Clostrodium Botulinum

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    considerable amount of this toxin is being used for the benefit for some people. This lethal toxin was discovered by a German Scientist, Justinus Kerner in 1820. A few decades later Emile Pierre van Ermengem a Belgian researcher identified the specific bacterium responsible for the production of the botulinum toxin. More importantly, in the 1... ... middle of paper ... ...r cosmetic reasons because, the providers use too much botox and patients were not satisfied with the results. Overall there are

  • Lab Test: Unknown Bacterium

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    INTRODUCTION The purpose of this investigation was to identify an unknown bacterium. “At any time there are millions of bacteria living around, on, or inside us” (The Plague). Bacterium can’t be identified by merely looking at it. Many bacteria have the similar appearances in growth. “In most cases, detection is based on the reaction of an enzyme with a certain substrate” (Sigma-Aldrich). Identification is usually based on the results of the bacterium’s cells metabolic capacities. Some bacteria

  • What is Cholera? Bacterium Vibrio Cholerae

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    is the causative bacteria and how does it invade and infect an individual? What are the symptoms? How it is normally treated? Cholera Cholera is a waterborne acute disease of intestinal infection caused by bacterium Vibrio Cholerae (WHO, 2000). When viewed under the microscope, this bacterium appears has a Gram negative stained, with a flagellum for motility and pili used for tissue attachment (Davis, 2012). Specific Vibrio cholera may produce comparable symptoms, but the O groups O1 and O139 show

  • Historical Past of the Bacterium Salmonella Bacilli

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    The Life of Salmonella Abstract: The following paper discusses the historical past of the bacterium Salmonella Bacilli and its repercussions within infected human victims over time. There are two types of salmonella: nontyphoidal and typhoidal. Both are borne through direct contact with an infected host’s feces bacterium which in turn, is ingested orally. Their way of life exists within the digestive tract of its host, reproducing rapidly into thousands of serotypes. Cultured, strengthened

  • The Black Plague Continues to Propagate: Cause and Effect of Yersinia Pestis Bacterium

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    (“Black Death” 1). 700 years later a strain of the Yersinia Pestis Bacterium (Y-Pestis) has been genetically linked to incidents of the Black Plague, the effect of the bacterium’s ability to morph into new strains have long term effect on pandemic incidents (Calloway 444). Interestingly, one can look father back and discover just how devastating the original Y Pestis Bacterium is. DNA strain traces of similar Y-Pestis bacterium found in the European plague have been found in more recent bubonic

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