1 An antimicrobial agent that kills microorganisms is termed_one that inhibits their growth is described as__
2 Heat treatment at temperatures in excess of 100° C is necessary to ensure the destruction of__
3 Steam heated under a pressure of 103 kPa in an autoclave reaches a temperature of_°C.
4 During tyndallisation, the material being treated is heated to between 90 and 100°C for about _ on three consecutive days. In the intervening periods, it is left at_°C, to allow any surviving_
5 The traditional method for the_of milk was to heat at_
for 30 minutes.
6 Moist heat is more effective than dry heat at the same temperature, because water is needed for the_of__
7 Ultraviolet light is used mainly in the sterilisation of_, because it has very poor_power.
8 _radiation is used in many countries to irradiate foodstuffs.
9 Liquids may be sterilised by the use of_made of polycarbonate or nitrocellulose.
10 _is a gas used in the sterilisation of hospital equipment.
11 After disinfection, there is a possibility that some microorganisms will
12 Ethanol is most effective as a disinfectant at a concentration of.
13 A number of chemical disinfectants are more effective when dissolved in
14 Chlorine and its derivatives are most widely used as disinfectants of
15 Tincture of_is an effective skin disinfectant.
16 The use of carbolic acid in operating theatres, introduced by reduced the number of fatalities due to infections.
17 The efficacy of a disinfectant can be measured as its_coefficient.
18 Soaps and detergents are examples of__
19 _is assumed when it is reckoned to be less than a one in a million chance of a microbial cell being present.
20 The time needed for a bacterial population to be reduced to one tenth at a particular temperature is called the__
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