Subject: Could bacteria or fungi grow if a current was passing through their agar?
Date: Mon Sep 25 04:49:52 2000
Posted by Christine Fraser
Grade level: undergrad
School: No school entered.
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Area of science: Microbiology
Concerning a selected few of the following (not yet sure which) E.coli,
St.albus, micro.luteus, chromobacterium livivdium, Bac. subtilis, Rhizopus
stoliner, Sacchromyces and Penicillin roqueforti. And would it be
dangerous to attemp it? How small an would the current need to be?
Re: Could bacteria or fungi grow if a current was passing through their agar?
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