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Last Updated: 05 May 2022
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A spore is a cell that specific fungi, plants, and germs produce. Particular bacteria make spores as a way to protect themselves. Spores have thick walls. The germs Clostridia type spores. These spores produce the germs that cause uncommon condition called gas gangrene and a type of colitis that is connected to use anti-biotics. Chemical disinfectants can kill bacteria, but they do not ruin their spores. In healthcare setups, sanitation of instruments is usually done utilizing a machine called an autoclave.

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