Chemical agents such as betadine disinfectant and liquid soap that affect microbial growth

Chapter 18: Control of Microbial Growth with Disinfectants ...- Chemical agents such as betadine disinfectant and liquid soap that affect microbial growth ,Some disinfecting agents do not affect spores Same chemical used on an inanimate object Referred to as disinfectant ... -Major ingredient in disinfectants such as chlorine bleach-Used to disinfect kidney-dialysis equipment ... Control of Microbial Growth with Disinfectants and Antiseptics 67 Terms. camj59. handout 07 - microbial control 68 Terms.Chapter 11 Physical and Chemical Agents for Microbial Control*BIOL 2320 J.L. Marshall, Ph.D. HCC-Stafford Campus 2 -cide is a suffix used to indicate an agent that kills microorganisms, while -static means a substance that prevents microorganisms from growing (e.g. bacteriostatic vs. bactericidal). Bactericide destroys bacteria, with the exception of those in the spore stage. Fungicide is a chemical that can kill fungal spores, hyphae and yeasts.



Chapter 18: Control of Microbial Growth with Disinfectants ...

Refers to the use of chemical or physical agents to kill or inhibit growth of microbes such as heat, alcohol, UV radiation Some disinfecting agents do not affect spores. Disinfectant is used on __

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Chapter 18: Control of Microbial Growth with Disinfectants ...

Some disinfecting agents do not affect spores Same chemical used on an inanimate object Referred to as disinfectant ... -Major ingredient in disinfectants such as chlorine bleach-Used to disinfect kidney-dialysis equipment ... Control of Microbial Growth with Disinfectants and Antiseptics 67 Terms. camj59. handout 07 - microbial control 68 Terms.

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Using Chemicals to Control Microorganisms | Microbiology

Figure 1. Phenol and phenolic compounds have been used to control microbial growth. (a) Chemical structure of phenol, also known as carbolic acid. (b) o-Phenylphenol, a type of phenolic, has been used as a disinfectant as well as to control bacterial and fungal growth on harvested citrus fruits.

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Refers to the use of chemical or physical agents to kill or inhibit growth of microbes such as heat, alcohol, UV radiation Some disinfecting agents do not affect spores. Disinfectant is used on __

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Chapter 9 - Microbial Growth Control Flashcards | Quizlet

Elements such as iodine, chlorine, and bromine are examples of (oxidizers/ halogens/ metals), which are the basis for many effective antimicrobial agents. halogens Heavy metal and oxidizing agent disinfectants damage (proteins/ DNA/ membranes), interfering with microbial metabolism.

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Using Chemicals to Control Microorganisms | Microbiology

Figure 1. Phenol and phenolic compounds have been used to control microbial growth. (a) Chemical structure of phenol, also known as carbolic acid. (b) o-Phenylphenol, a type of phenolic, has been used as a disinfectant as well as to control bacterial and fungal growth on harvested citrus fruits.

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Using Chemicals to Control Microorganisms | Microbiology

Figure 1. Phenol and phenolic compounds have been used to control microbial growth. (a) Chemical structure of phenol, also known as carbolic acid. (b) o-Phenylphenol, a type of phenolic, has been used as a disinfectant as well as to control bacterial and fungal growth on harvested citrus fruits.

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Micro chapter 9 Flashcards | Quizlet

the hydrophobic end of the soap molecule breaks up oily deposits and the hydrophilic end of the molecule attracts water. This combination makes soap a good de-germing agent Handwashing with regular soap is effective because __________.

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Using Chemicals to Control Microorganisms | Microbiology

Figure 1. Phenol and phenolic compounds have been used to control microbial growth. (a) Chemical structure of phenol, also known as carbolic acid. (b) o-Phenylphenol, a type of phenolic, has been used as a disinfectant as well as to control bacterial and fungal growth on harvested citrus fruits.

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Chapter 9 - Microbial Growth Control Flashcards | Quizlet

Elements such as iodine, chlorine, and bromine are examples of (oxidizers/ halogens/ metals), which are the basis for many effective antimicrobial agents. halogens Heavy metal and oxidizing agent disinfectants damage (proteins/ DNA/ membranes), interfering with microbial metabolism.

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Chemical Disinfectants | Disinfection & Sterilization ...

FDA has not cleared any liquid chemical sterilant or high-level disinfectants with iodophors as the main active ingredient. An iodophor is a combination of iodine and a solubilizing agent or carrier; the resulting complex provides a sustained-release reservoir of iodine and releases small amounts of free iodine in aqueous solution.

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Chapter 18: Control of Microbial Growth with Disinfectants ...

Refers to the use of chemical or physical agents to kill or inhibit growth of microbes such as heat, alcohol, UV radiation Some disinfecting agents do not affect spores. Disinfectant is used on __

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Chemical Disinfectants | Disinfection & Sterilization ...

FDA has not cleared any liquid chemical sterilant or high-level disinfectants with iodophors as the main active ingredient. An iodophor is a combination of iodine and a solubilizing agent or carrier; the resulting complex provides a sustained-release reservoir of iodine and releases small amounts of free iodine in aqueous solution.

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Chapter 18: Control of Microbial Growth with Disinfectants ...

Refers to the use of chemical or physical agents to kill or inhibit growth of microbes such as heat, alcohol, UV radiation Some disinfecting agents do not affect spores. Disinfectant is used on __

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Chemical Disinfectants | Disinfection & Sterilization ...

FDA has not cleared any liquid chemical sterilant or high-level disinfectants with iodophors as the main active ingredient. An iodophor is a combination of iodine and a solubilizing agent or carrier; the resulting complex provides a sustained-release reservoir of iodine and releases small amounts of free iodine in aqueous solution.

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Micro chapter 9 Flashcards | Quizlet

the hydrophobic end of the soap molecule breaks up oily deposits and the hydrophilic end of the molecule attracts water. This combination makes soap a good de-germing agent Handwashing with regular soap is effective because __________.

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Chapter 11 Physical and Chemical Agents for Microbial Control*

BIOL 2320 J.L. Marshall, Ph.D. HCC-Stafford Campus 2 -cide is a suffix used to indicate an agent that kills microorganisms, while -static means a substance that prevents microorganisms from growing (e.g. bacteriostatic vs. bactericidal). Bactericide destroys bacteria, with the exception of those in the spore stage. Fungicide is a chemical that can kill fungal spores, hyphae and yeasts.

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Chapter 11 Physical and Chemical Agents for Microbial Control*

BIOL 2320 J.L. Marshall, Ph.D. HCC-Stafford Campus 2 -cide is a suffix used to indicate an agent that kills microorganisms, while -static means a substance that prevents microorganisms from growing (e.g. bacteriostatic vs. bactericidal). Bactericide destroys bacteria, with the exception of those in the spore stage. Fungicide is a chemical that can kill fungal spores, hyphae and yeasts.

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Chapter 11 Physical and Chemical Agents for Microbial Control*

BIOL 2320 J.L. Marshall, Ph.D. HCC-Stafford Campus 2 -cide is a suffix used to indicate an agent that kills microorganisms, while -static means a substance that prevents microorganisms from growing (e.g. bacteriostatic vs. bactericidal). Bactericide destroys bacteria, with the exception of those in the spore stage. Fungicide is a chemical that can kill fungal spores, hyphae and yeasts.

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Chapter 18: Control of Microbial Growth with Disinfectants ...

Some disinfecting agents do not affect spores Same chemical used on an inanimate object Referred to as disinfectant ... -Major ingredient in disinfectants such as chlorine bleach-Used to disinfect kidney-dialysis equipment ... Control of Microbial Growth with Disinfectants and Antiseptics 67 Terms. camj59. handout 07 - microbial control 68 Terms.

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Chemical Disinfectants | Disinfection & Sterilization ...

FDA has not cleared any liquid chemical sterilant or high-level disinfectants with iodophors as the main active ingredient. An iodophor is a combination of iodine and a solubilizing agent or carrier; the resulting complex provides a sustained-release reservoir of iodine and releases small amounts of free iodine in aqueous solution.

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Chapter 11 Physical and Chemical Agents for Microbial Control*

BIOL 2320 J.L. Marshall, Ph.D. HCC-Stafford Campus 2 -cide is a suffix used to indicate an agent that kills microorganisms, while -static means a substance that prevents microorganisms from growing (e.g. bacteriostatic vs. bactericidal). Bactericide destroys bacteria, with the exception of those in the spore stage. Fungicide is a chemical that can kill fungal spores, hyphae and yeasts.

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Chapter 18: Control of Microbial Growth with Disinfectants ...

Refers to the use of chemical or physical agents to kill or inhibit growth of microbes such as heat, alcohol, UV radiation Some disinfecting agents do not affect spores. Disinfectant is used on __

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