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Greywater Recycling for toilet use.html
It can be attempted that risks are very low if water is recycled within a family only. Actually first investigations on the spread of bacteria in greywater showed ...
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References - Buying and Keeping a Better Fish!
Nitrosomonas bacteria to NO2 (= Nitrite), and then the Nitrite (NO2) will be further converted by a group of bacteria usually called Nitrobacter (this group of bacteria is now the ... simple solutions there is a downside. If the tank from which the bacteria is obtained has any parasites or pathogenic bacteria knocking around, there is always a danger of the inadvertent introduction of ...
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Misleading arguments commonly used by biotech advocates
(DNA) is included. This material is taken from pathogenic viruses and bacteria. There are two categories of additional genetic material associated with the inserted ... of its ability to promote DNA transfer between unrelated bacteria which can lead to the emergence of new pathogenic bacteria ,see Horizontal transfer [ML] In conclusion, genetic engineering is ...
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Horizontal transfer of viral and bacteria DNA facilitated by GE organisms?
Biologically "crippled" laboratory strains of bacteria can often survive in the environment to exchange genes with other organisms. ... genetic engineering Antibiotic resistance genes spreading to pathogenic bacteria. Disease-associated genes spreading and recombining to create new viruses and bacteria that cause diseases. Transgenic DNA ...
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Monsanto’s herbicide- resistant “Round Up Ready” soybean, contains genes from bacteria (Agrobacterium sp.) cauliflower virus, and petunia. [reference: GMO factsheet from Research Foundation ... legally challenged. Clearly, foods that contain and were produced with viral promoters, pathogenic bacteria, and antibiotic resistant marker genes are NOT substantially equivalent to conventionally bred ...
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Fermented food - safer to eat
(LAB) gives the food a longer shelf life. There is a growing attention from the ... products are also being developed in this area. Research has shown that fermentation can inhibit pathogenic bacteria that otherwise could cause e.g., diarrhoea (one out of ten children in developing countries ...
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A short history of Perdido Bay PB 2004 Bacteria Report PB 2005 Bacteria Report PB 2006 Bacteria Report PB 2007 Bacteria Report PB 2008 Bacteria Report Bacteriological Survey of Perdido watershed Environmental ... papermill outfall in 1995 In this study you will find that a certain opportunistic pathogenic bacteria Klebsiella, can make up to 88% of papermill effluent discharges. In this study very ...
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Global Bio Sciences - Discovery of New Antibiotic and Drug Agents (Patents Pending)
Due to the ever-increasing resistance of pathogenic bacteria to our current arsenal of antibiotics, a great need exists for the isolation and discovery ...
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Therapeutic Vaccines for Allergy in GM Rice
To cope with food or bacteria that are not harmful, the immune system develops oral tolerance. Repeated exposure to antigens in food or harmless bacteria leads to a ...
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Coliform Bacteria
Total coliform numbers have been used as an indicator of potentially harmful bacteria as well as other pathogenic organisms. The major groups of bacteria are defined by shape. Coliform bacteria fall into the bacillus, or rod-shaped ...
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