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I collected samples of public bathroom toilets by rubbing potato pieces around them and placed them in jars. My control was just a regular potato inside a jar. My control and one bathroom don't seem to have any bacterial growth because the potatoes are dried out. All the other potatoes seem to be decomposing and liquifying. I am not sure how to measure this bacterial growth or graph it. My orginal science experiment question was in short "compare the bacterial growth in different bathrooms". Can you help me?
Re: How do I measure bacterial growth in a jar?
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