The process in which all living cells, spores and viruses are completely destroyed from an object is called _____.
_______ is an antiseptic.
Same DNA sequence may code for more than one protein by ______
Answer: Alternative splicing of RNA
Glucose that is taken in by a bacterial cell is made to stay within the cell by _______.
_____ is a predator bacterium that infects other gram negative bacteria.
Which of the following is not a type of sterilization?
What do you mean by sterilization?
Answer: Elimination of contamination
The highest feasible temperature for batch sterilization is ________
The destruction of microorganisms by moist heat is described by ______________
Answer: First-order reaction
The long exposure of batch sterilization may lead to ____________
What is the advantage of batch sterilization over continuous sterilization?
Answer: Lower equipment costs
The equation for Del factor is _____________
The Del Factor decreases as the initial number of organisms _____________
How long does it take for the autoclave to complete its cycle?
Which scientists introduced the term ‘Del factor’?
Answer: Deindoerfer and Humphrey
Which of the following reaction occurs during the sterilization which results in browning of media?
Answer: Maillard reaction
If the foreign microorganism invades the fermentation, which of the following is not likely to occur?
Answer: The medium will not allow the growth of contaminant
UHT sterilization involves high temperature exposure of objects for _____.
_____ RNA polymerase has a single subunit.
The best form of DNA to transform E. coli is ______.
Answer: Covalently closed