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# The effect of temperature on the growth of the bacteria Escherichia coli DH 5 α

@inproceedings{Nguyen2006TheEO,
title={The effect of temperature on the growth of the bacteria Escherichia coli DH 5 $\alpha$},
author={Minh Thanh Nguyen},
year={2006}
}
DH5α is specific strain of E. coli that is a nonpathogenic bacterium belonging to the genus Escherichia. I used this type of bacteria to study comparative growth rates at different temperatures (28°C, 37°C, and 45°C) and for different times (24h, 48h, and 72h). I predicted that bacteria would grow best at 37°C compared to the other temperatures, because the mean temperature of many mammals is 37°C. Mammals often serve as a host to E. coli. To compare growth rates, I grew the bacteria in liquid…
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