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 How to Measure the Zone of Inhibition?

Answer One of the most important questions that scientists and doctors often have to ask is "Which antibiotics kill these bacteria most effectively?" They find the answer by measuring the bacteria's zone ... Read More »
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What is the zone of inhibition?

A zone of inhibition is a region on an agar plate in which no microorganisms are growing. The size of a zone of inhibition is often used as an indication of the effectiveness of a type of antibioti... Read More »
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With an Oyster Card, can I travel through zone 1 as long as I enter and exit in zone 2?

They don't check things that close. As long as they have the money thats all they care about.
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What to do at speed limit signs when entering 100km zone from 60km zone?

Once you pass the sign you may accelerate to 100kmph When approaching a sign requiring a slower speed you must reduce your speed to the slower indicated speed before you reach the sign. This is tru... Read More »
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What zone lies just below the pelagic zone?

According to Science Clarified, the layer of water just below the pelagic zone is called the benthic zone. This zone pertains to the ocean floor and actually extends from the shoreline to the abyss... Read More »
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