Q: Why do you write 10 cfu in mircrobiology?

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You write it as 10, exactly as in the question.

You could write it as 38/10 or 19/5 cm.You could write it as 38/10 or 19/5 cm.You could write it as 38/10 or 19/5 cm.You could write it as 38/10 or 19/5 cm.

You would write it as either 10,000 or 10 000.

10 to the 9th power is: 1,000,000,000

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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.

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

104= 10000

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

CFU Championship was created in 1978.

100 cfu

cfu means bunch of micro-organisn

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.

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

Yes.

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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