Why are spores difficult to kill?

Why are spores difficult to kill?

Why are spores difficult to kill?

These stresses include high temperature, high UV irradiation, desiccation, chemical damage and enzymatic destruction. The extraordinary resistance properties of endospores make them of particular importance because they are not readily killed by many antimicrobial treatments.

How long does it take to kill spores?

A concentration of 100 ppm will kill ≥99.


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