Disputes bacteria

Disputes bacteria - bullock round or oval in shape, which are formed inside some bacteria at certain stages of their existence or with the deterioration of environmental conditions. The size, shape and location of the dispute in the cell is a sign of relatively constant characteristic of some types of bacteria. Disputes bacteria resistant to various physical and chemical influences, not painted normal aniline dyes and stored for several years without forfeiting the properties to germinate in the vegetative form, which is important in the epidemiology of diseases. Bacterial spores are killed after warming up in an autoclave at temperature 120 degrees for 30 minutes or when handling dry heat at temperature 160 - 180 in an hour.