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Figures not in textb - Figures shown in lecture that are not in your textbook Chemical antimicrobial agents used to control microorganisms that are

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Chemical antimicrobial agents used to control microorganisms that are harmful to humans: Sterilants destroy all forms of microbial life Disinfectants kill microorganisms, but endospores are typically resistant Sanitizers reduce the microbial load but may not eliminate all microorganisms Antiseptics & Germicides kill or inhibit growth of microorganisms on living tissue ;
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Sterilants cold sterilization (ethylene gas); liquid sterilant (sodium chlorite solution) Disinfectants ethanol, ammonia detergents, chlorine compounds, ozone Sanitizers ammonia detergents, chlorine compounds Antiseptics & Germicides Hydrogen peroxide, Betadine, phenol
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2008 for the course BIOL 2051 taught by Professor Brininstool during the Fall '07 term at LSU.

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Figures not in textb - Figures shown in lecture that are not in your textbook Chemical antimicrobial agents used to control microorganisms that are

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