Comparative Examination Of Escherichia Coli

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Escherichia Coli also known as E. coli is a form of bacteria that can cause foodborne illness. While these bacteria are naturally found in the human intestines E. coli can cause a variety medical conditions including certain organ failure, death, and Urinary Tract Infection (Nordstrom &et.al, 2013,1). To avoid E. coli infections, which are often caused by foodborne illnesses, they are generally two schools of thought. The first of these deal with Agriculture practices that lessen the likely hood that consumers may contract an illness according to name year. The article titled Comparative examination of Escherichia Coli O157:H7 survival on romaine lettuce and in soil at two independent experimental sites look at the ag practices of till and no till while looking at controlled and the research effects it has on raising foods that are prone to carrying E. coli and the effects low energy x-ray radiation have on E. coli and Urinary Tract infections (Nordstrom &et.al, 2013,1). The second of these deal with the antimicrobial resistant of foodborne illnesses like E. coli and the food reservoir involving E. coli (Jeong, Marks, Ryser, & Moosekian, 547, 2010). The purpose of these articles are to see the effect E. coli truly has. With the ever changing world today’s society lives in I believe that in time Escherichia Coli will no longer exist. The first article gives a Comparative examination of Escherichia Coli O157:H7 survival on romaine lettuce and in soil at two…
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