Lecture 6 Control

Lecture 6 Control - February 14 Control Reminders Snow...

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Unformatted text preview: February 14 Control Reminders Snow policy Blackboard/CPS First midterm one week from today. Topics Approaches to control Selection of an antimicrobial procedure Heat Chemicals Filtration Radiation Preservation Approaches to control Daily life Hospital / Laboratory Food production facilities Industries Different levels of microbial control Figure 5.1 Selection of an antimicrobial procedure Type of microorganism Number of microorganisms Environmental conditions Potential risks of infection Type of microorganism Bacterial endospores Waxy cell wall (ex. Mycobacterium species) Grow in the presence of disinfectants (ex. Pseudomonas species) Viruses that lack a lipid envelope Numbers of microorganisms Figure 5.2 Moist Dry Heat Moist heat Figure 5.3 Flaming a wire inoculating loop Oven (160C to 170 C ) Dry heat Table 05.02 Potency of germicides Selecting a germicide Classes of germicides Chemicals Antimicrobial activity of germicides Table 5.3...
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This note was uploaded on 05/19/2008 for the course BIOL 275 taught by Professor Sandoz/shreirer during the Spring '08 term at UMBC.

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Lecture 6 Control - February 14 Control Reminders Snow...

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