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ecolilab2 - This is due to that fact that penicillin...

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Garth Franklin 9/30/10 Biology 163 Professor Colby Figure 1. Growth of E. coli B over time Figure 2. Growth of E. Coli B treated with 0.5 ml of Penicillin at 80 minutes
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Figure 3. Growth of E. coli B treated with 0.5 ml of Streptomycin at 80 minutes Conclusion) The control continued to grow exponentially over time. The E. coli B sample treated with penicillin had a steep decline in growth of cells following the addition of the penicillin.
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Unformatted text preview: This is due to that fact that penicillin attacks cell wall replication. The E. coli B sample treated with streptomycin continued to grow following the addition of streptomycin but a more gradual pace. This is due to the fact that streptomycin inhibits the replication of protein....
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