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Q: Why do you write 10 cfu in mircrobiology?
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What is Bactium by Dr Earl Mindell?

It is a comprehensive blend of good bacteria including; lactobacillus acidophilus 5 billion CFU, bifidobacillus bifidum 10 billion CFU, bifidobacillus lactis 5 billion CFU, lactobacillus plantarum 4 billion CFU.

What ingredients r in dr earl mindell's bactium?

It's also called "Bacteral" Lactobacillus acidophilus 5 Billion CFU Bifidobacterium bifidum 10 Billion CFU Bifidobacterium lactis 5 Billion CFU Lactobacillus plantarum 4 Billion CFU

What is 10 exponent 4?

104= 10000

Pasteurized milk is allowed 20000 cfu ml how many colonies would be present if 1ml of a 10 -3 dilution was plated is 20000 cfu ml a health hazard?

20. No it is not a health hazard as raw milk has 50000 cfu/ml and can be consumed by humans.

When was CFU Championship created?

CFU Championship was created in 1978.

How many Cfu's in food will cause food poisoning?

100 cfu

What are the CFU and describe with example?

cfu means bunch of micro-organisn

How do you convert mpn to cfu?

There is no way to convert CFU to MPN and vice versa. CFU's are the Colony Forming Units in a given sample volume as in, these ARE the colony forming units in 100mLs of a sample. CFU's are definitive. MPN's are the Most Probable Number of cfu's in a given sample volume as in, there are PROBABLY this many cfu's in 100 mLs of a sample. MPN is an estimate of probability.

What is the formula used for counting CFU ml?

cfu/ml = (no. of colonies x dilution factor) / volume inoculated

Is CFU always capitalized?


What do you mean by enumeration of bacteria?

Enumeration of bacteria is counting the number of viable bacterial cells present in 1g or 1ml of a sample. The bacterial counts are usually expressed in CFU/g or CFU/ml. CFU-Colony Forming Units.

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