susceptibility of ultra-bacteria to heat?

Joan Marie Shields jshields at rigel.oac.uci.edu
Wed Jul 14 15:09:41 EST 1999

Timothy Paustian <paustian at bact.wisc.edu> wrote
>> That's alright. Fungi are microbes, some can exist as spores in the
>> blood. Bacteria are also microbes. Microbes IMHO are any unicellular
>> life forms too small to be seen with the naked eye. Others may have
>> their own defintion. However, fungi are not bacteria!

David Lloyd-Jones <icomm5 at netcom.ca> wrote:  
>So an ostrich egg is not a microbe. Whew, sure am glad we got that
>straightened out!

No, you're right - it isn't.  However, there may be microbes on an 
ostrich egg :).

Joan Shields       jshields at uci.edu       http://www.ags.uci.edu/~jshields
University of California - Irvine         School of Social Ecology
Department of Environmental Analysis and Design
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