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The ward 'itis'usually add with a ward to represent a pathological condition called inflammation.So,haepatitis means inflammation of haepatic cell.Usually it is caused by HAV,HEV,HBV and HCVirus.But if the cause of inflammation of liver cell by other pathogens like bacteria protozoa etc also called haepatites(less common).evev excess intake of table salt ...


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Hepatitis is a condition of the liver where the cells of the liver organ are inflamed. Most often it is caused by a viral infection, hepatitis A, B and C are all viral forms of the disease. Bacteria (and Fungi) can cause hepatitis of the liver, and two examples would be the Staphylococcal and Streptococcal bacteria. These can directly infect the liver, and ...


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Some physical methods of sterilisation are in hospitals Steam autoclaving Dry heat – thermostat White light / UV light sterilization where continuous UV light has poor penetration. UV radiation heat is absorbed by proteins and nucleic acid. All micro-organisms contain tehm. They inactivate the DNA. There will be electronic and photochemical ...


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I am adding a supplement/concluding remarks to the existing answers. Some points to be considered: Electron transport chain can work without oxygen and can use other chemical species as electron acceptors. E.coli is capable of aerobic respiration, anaerobic (anoxic) respiration and fermentation (substrate level phosphorylation). How does E. coli ...



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