An example of an exclusion technique for controlling microorganisms is
Scrubbing with soap and water
The most difficult goal to attain when controlling microorganisms is
The first step in sanitation usually involves
. Applying an antimicrobial pesticide Removing foreign materials and biofilm Modifying the environment A B. C.
D. Excluding the pest from an area
Combining non chemical control methods with pesticides
. Diminishes the effectiveness of the pesticide Usually provides more effective control Can only be done if allowed by the pesticide label A B. C.
D. Works well with bacteria but not effective with fungi
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CONTROLLING MICROBIAL ORGANISMS