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Bacteria dies at 65 Celcius.. Coffee brews at almost 100, so I expect it is fairly bacteria free.

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I had phenomia 4 years ago the doctor gave me a prescription for antibiotics they cost about 100 dollars each I need to know what the were


Antibiotics are used to treat bacteria infections. It destroys their cell walls in order to kill them. Thus, treat that particular type of disease.Pneumonia is caused by a type of bacteria known as Streptococcus pneumoniae.
Since pneumonia is caused by a bacteria, antibiotics is needed to destroy the bacteria.

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Different types of dog toys require different cleaning due to their materials and the type of germs that they attract.
Plastic and rubber toys- these are the easiest type of dog toys to clean. They can be either hand washed with soap and water or in the dishwasher. If you do choose to clean them in the dishwasher, make sure it is without a detergent.
Rope toys- these toys attract lots of bacteria. In order to clean them, it is advised to put them in a microwave for a full minute. Another way to clean them is just like with plastic and rubber toys, to put them in a dishwasher without a detergent. These two methods will kill the bacteria.
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Keurigs with Side tank not pumping water


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Does some bagged lettuce have bacteria in them?


Undoubtedly. There have been warnings about rewashing bagged vegetables. Vegetable soap is sold around the country.

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How do you remove bad odor from leaving dirty water in the machine


odor is from bacteria so any product that kills bacteria would be a help
try filling the tub as in a full wash , adding a cup full of bleach and running the wash cycle ( no clothe just water)
If you use washing powder as a detergent , there will be a build up of detergent mud under the wash bowl and the bacteria will be living in that mud

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What is a bacteria


Afternoon. It is a living organism that you find everywhere.
Some are good bacteria and some can make you sick.
Yours skin is naturally full of bacteria that either protect you or are
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Aerobic system's how it operates


A sewage treatment system utilizes two types of bacteria to break down waste products, aerobic and anaerobic. Aerobic bacteria need oxygen to live and do their job of breaking down wastes. Anaerobic bacteria need an absence of oxygen to do their work. The first tank of a septic system contains the anaerobic bacteria the second tank and drain field ( or drywell) contain the aerobic type of bacteria. Anaerobic is needed to break down solids but it cannot do the job alone so when the waste leaves the first tank air is introduced to kill the anaerobic bacteria and the aerobic bacteria is used to finish breaking down the waste.
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Why do bacterias attack humans?


Parasitic bacteria invade humans because they cannot survive otherwise. The human body is their natural environment and their metabolic functions can be carried out only by disrupting ours. So they attack and invade humans.

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Significant applications of anaerobic respiration in winemaking?


Vinegar is s the natural result of air exposure of beer and wine, as acetic acid-producing bacteria are present throughout the world.For most of human history, acetic acid, in the form of vinegar, has been made by acetic acid bacteria of the genus Acetobacter. Given sufficient oxygen, these bacteria can produce vinegar from a variety of alcoholic foodstuffs. Commonly used feeds include apple cider, wine, and fermented grain, malt, rice, or potato mashes.Vinegar is s the natural result of air exposure of beer and wine, as acetic acid-producing bacteria are present throughout the world.For most of human history, acetic acid, in the form of vinegar, has been made by acetic acid bacteria of the genus Acetobacter. Given sufficient oxygen, these bacteria can produce vinegar from a variety of alcoholic foodstuffs. Commonly used feeds include apple cider, wine, and fermented grain, malt, rice, or potato mashes.

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replace the cartridge but when you do put a cap full of bleach in the filter housing .run the water for a while and this should clean any bacteria that you think might be in the line from the filter to the dispenser, be sure to run the water through the dispenser and dispell all the bleach

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