Nonspecific adsorption of ions and metabolites from the growth medium on the bacterial cell surface is inevitable given the presence of various functional groups on the cell envelope. 552 more words
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High cell density is desired in many biotechnology applications such as the generation of cells for characterization studies and performance tests in different scenarios. However, cell densities obtained during growth of bacteria in common growth media remained low; thereby, raising the issue of batch-to-batch variation in cell characteristics due to the need of using many batch fermentation for generating required amount of cells. 357 more words
Microbiological and toxicological qualities of the water of watering used in urban agriculture in Cotonou (Republic of Benin) - IJAAR
TV Dougnon, TJ Dougnon, PA Edorh, JR Klotoé, S Sahidou, P Guédénon, B Sossou, M Boko, EE Creppy… 291 more words
Gram staining is the first step and common technique used to differentiate Gram-positive bacteria and Gram-negative bacteria. Bacterial cell walls contain the constituent peptidoglycan.
In the photo above you’ll see Staphylococcus aureus gram positive stained purple and Escherichia coli gram-negative stained pink. 461 more words