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- D (Both statements are false)61. The reservoir ofBrucella melitensisis goat while pig is forBrucella abortus.
A (First statement is true. Second statement is false)62. Roche is a brand that measures friability while Pfizer is abrand that measures tablet hardness.C (Both statements are true)63. Type I dissolution set is for tablet while Type V dissolutionset is for transdermal patches.B (First statement is false. Second statement is true)64. The biological indicator used for moist heat isB. subtiliswhile for dry heat isB. stearothermophilus.D (Both statements are false)65. Admixture is the addition of an inferior material into thesample while Substitution is the entire replacement from the onerequired.-B (First statement is false. Second statement is true)STABILITY PROTOCOLSConditionsMinimum Time Period atSubmissionLong-term Testing25°C ± 2°C/60% ± 5% RH12 monthsAccelerated Testing40°C ± 2°C/75% ± 5% RH6 monthsAlternate Testing30°C ± 2°C/65% ± 5% RH12 months*Required is significant change occurs during 6-month storageunder conditions of accelerated testing.DISSOLUTION APPARATUS1Basket (Capsule)2Paddle (Tablets)3Reciprocating Cylinder (Sustained-releasepreparations)4Flow-through Cell (Sustained-release andControlled-release preparations)5Paddle Over Disk (Topical and TDDS)6Rotating Cylinder (TDDS)7Reciprocating Holder/Disk (TDDS)STERILIZATION1. Moist heat/SteamB. stearothermophilus2. Dry HeatB. subtilis3. Ionizing Radiation UV:- B. pumilus- B. stearothermophilus- B. subtilis4. Ethylene OxideB. subtilis5. Membrane filtrationP. diminutaADULTERATIONDebasement of article1. Sophistication -“True adulteration”-Addition of inferior material to any article-eg: Teatree oil, Safflower2. Substitution -Entirely different is used in place of the onerequested.-eg: Japanese anise3. Admixture -Addition of an article to another through accident,Ignorance, carelessness-Ex: Sarsaparilla root with some oil4. Spoilage -Quality destroyed by action of microorganism5. Deterioration -Quality impaired by abstraction, destruction ofvaluable constituents due to environmentalagents, insectsKitkat,RPh

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Term
Spring
Professor
Mona Laya
Tags
Sulfuric acid, Vitamin, vitamin D deficiency, tk, A Moscovium

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