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4. Control of Microbial Growth

4. Control of Microbial Growth

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Published by: LeeShauran on Jul 27, 2009
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CONTROL OFMICROBIAL GROWTH
 
 
 
I. INTRODUCTION
A.IMPORTANCE1. prevent and control infectious diseases inhumans, animals and plants.2. preserve food.3. prevent contaminating microbes frominterfering with certain industrial processes.4. prevent contamination of pure cultureB.MEANS OF CONTROL1. Destroy or inhibit disease-causing microbes.2. Block the source, route and vector of transmission ofagents.3. Protect an infected person from the consequences ofdisease by building up body’s defenses and administrationof appropriate chemotherapeutic drugs.
 
 
DEFINITION OF TERMS1.STERILIZATION- Complete destruction of all living organisms- Include cells, viable spores and virusesSTERILE---devoid of microbial life- Done through heat, autoclave, gas, chemicals andradiation2.DISINFECTION- Destruction or removal of pathogens only fromnonliving objects by physical or chemical methods.

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