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Reference:(n.d.). Retrieved from %20260%20Chapter%209%20Control%20Microbial%20Growth.pdf(Links to an external site.)Factor affecting bacterial growth. (2018, December 18). Retrieved from (Links to an external site.)o
Collapse SubdiscussionChristina MunozChristina MunozAug 1, 2019Local: Aug 1 at 10:57pm<br>Course: Aug 1 at 11:57pmManage Discussion EntryHi Y'all,Here is a presentation some of you might find useful regarding control of microbial growth by use of physical and chemical agents. Link(Links to an external site.)Enjoy! oCollapse SubdiscussionChristina MunozChristina MunozAug 1, 2019Local: Aug 1 at 11:01pm<br>Course: Aug 2 at 12:01amManage Discussion EntryIt best if you go through it without the sound, unless you don't mind the computerizedvoice reviewing slides. Reference: Agar, Pasteur, L., & Waxman. (n.d.). Control of Microorganisms by Physical and Chemical Agents - ppt video online download. Retrieved from Diana CohenDiana Cohen
Aug 4, 2019Local: Aug 4 at 9:55pm<br>Course: Aug 4 at 10:55pmManage Discussion EntryChristina,What a great post, I love that you included a video. Visual is always a bonus when we are learning so much in a short period. For me, having a visual reference helps me remember better. That and singing a song - making silly songs about information also helps me.DianaoCollapse SubdiscussionHector EsparzaHector EsparzaAug 2, 2019Local: Aug 2 at 9:03pm<br>Course: Aug 2 at 10:03pmManage Discussion EntrySterilization( Ryan, 2015 ) is complete killing, or removal, of all living organisms from a particular location or material. It can be accomplished by incineration, nondestructive heat treatment, certain gases, exposure to ionizing radiation, some liquid chemicals, and filtration.Antisepsis: (JR, n.d) Prevention(Links to an external site.)of infection by inhibiting or arresting the growth and multiplication of germs (infectious agents). Antisepsis implies scrupulously clean and free of all living microorganisms.Sanitation( Sanitation , n.d ) The policy and practice of protecting health through hygienic measures.(Links to an external site.)Disinfection( Ryan, 2015 ) is the destruction of pathogenic microorganisms by processes that fail to meet the criteria for sterilization. Pasteurization is a form of disinfection, but the term is most commonly applied to the use of liquid chemical agents known as disinfectants, which usually have some degree of selectivity.References:Ryan, K. (2015, February 27). Chapter 3: Sterilization, Disinfection, and Infection Control. Retrieved from ?sectionid=56968644&bookid=1020&jumpsectionID=56986348(Links to an external site.)
Jr, W. C. (n.d.). Definition of Antisepsis. Retrieved from Sanitation. (n.d.). Retrieved from -boundless/. (n.d.). Retrieved from -

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