Effect of Copper Acetate and Fe(II) on Other Bacterial Taxa

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asked Jul 17 in Electron Microscopy by weishida (1,240 points)

Copper Acetate Manufacturers(WSDTY) proposed to determine whether the synergistic effect of Copper Acetate and Fe(II) was unique to palustris, we tested the effects of copper acetate and Fe(II) on E. The physiology of these organisms has been studied extensively, and their copper resistance systems have been at least partially characterized. In testing the sensitivities of these organisms to copper and iron, we chose various copper and iron concentrations to reflect the various sensitivities to copper of the different bacterial taxa. We found that copper acetate and Fe(II) combined cause a longer growth lag than either metal alone for all three organisms. Given that this synergistic effect holds true in four different bacterial species, what could lead to this synergistic effect?

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