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Grem killer

Microbicidal Microbicidal effect is one that kills the microbes immediately.
Mode of action Modes of action of different chemical and physical agents of control vary. Damage can result malfunctions in cell wall. cell membranes, cytoplasmic enzyme, or nucleic acid.
Microbistatic Microbistatic inhibits the reproductive capacities of the cells and maintains the microbial population at constant size
Carbon. Covalent bonds result when two or more atoms complete their electron sharing electrons When an electron pair is al shared between two atoms, a single covalent results. An example is the t bond between two hydrogen atoms to form a hydrogen molecule. Covalent bond stores large amount of energy
All the information for the structure and functioning of a cell is stored mple in the chromosome of the bacterium.The E. coli genome consists of 4,639,2 21 base pairs which code for at least 4288 proteins. E.coli, each of the paired ains about 5 million bases arranged in a particular linear order, the e bases is divided into units of several hundred bases each. Each u of biological inheritance.
Created by: Hania Fatima