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Finger infection

Discussion in 'Resources' started by xcaret, Nov 18, 2010.

  1. r0ck0

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    Can you site a source?
     
  2. GreshamH

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    You want me to cite a source that there are more then one Vibrio and they aren't all the same? Seriously?

    Thousands may be stretching it but there are a TON of them. Simply google it. Here, I'll make it easy for you... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vibrio
     
  3. GreshamH

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    http://www.hpa-standardmethods.org.uk/documents/bsopid/pdf/bsopid19.pdf

    That is a Vibrio not known to cause human illness according to the PDF I linked... page 6 section 2
     
  4. r0ck0

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    Really?

    I was referring to Vibrio becoming more aggressive and virulent at higher temperatures. You say this isn't applicable to all species. Site some sources besides google.com.

    BTW, do you know how magnets work?
     
  5. GreshamH

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    http://microbewiki.kenyon.edu/index.php/Vibrio
     
  6. anathema

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  7. r0ck0

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    Look all I'm saying is that the fact he had a meltdown caused by a heater malfunction increased the likelihood of some nasty sh!t in the tank water. Hot = bacterial breeding ground = more likely to get an infection.

    Thanks for the magnet info, bookmarked.
     

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