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You have a microbe that does not divide by binary fission , but instead forms long filaments . How could you measure an increase in the growth of the...
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3. You have a microbe that does not divide by binary fission, but instead forms long filaments. How could you measure an increase in the growth of the microbe in culture over time?

A.Viable plate count of a portion of the cultureB.Microscopic cell count of a portion of the cultureC.Dry weight measurement of a portion of the cultureD.Measure the amount of protein produced in the culture
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