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Greenhouse Technology : Introduction The agricultural country like India, Sri Lanka, Unite states, Unite Kingdom, Canada, Spain etc. has a variety of problems in agricultural itself. In spite of the 80% of population depending on agricultural, our farmers cannot produce
What is Greenhouse Technology? A greenhouse means area or a house in which plants are grown under artificial controlled climatic conditions, so that light, temperature and humidity are maintained at required level. The agricultural country like India, Sri Lanka etc.
What is chromosome aberration? The change in number of chromosome or change in structure of chromosome is nothing but the chromosomal aberration. This chromosomal aberration may occurs during cell division. What are causes of chromosomal aberration? In humans, their are
Flagella Most motile bacteria move around using flagella (s. flagellum). Filamentous locomotor appendages extending beyond the membrane and cell wall. They are Thin, rigid structures, about 20 nm long and up to 15-20 meters long. So thin that they can
Introduction about Aseptic Transfer Technique Aseptic Transfer Technique a simple technique that used to minimize the risk of culture contamination (and the risk of making oneself sick). In our local environments, microorganisms are ubiquitous. They are in the air, on
What is Mcfarland Standard? McFarland standards are used as a reference to adjust the turbidity of bacterial suspensions so that the number of bacteria will be within a given range to standardize microbial testing. An example of such testing is
What is Growth? In microbiology, an increase in the number of cells is nothing but growth. The growth of micro-organisms may Halophiles are a group of extremophiles that require high salt be defined as development in cellular components or constituents.
Introduction Direct microscopic count yields a count of all cells both dead and alive. Plate count methods facilitate the counting of viable (and able to reproduce) cells only. In most viable count methods, a dilute sample of bacteria or other