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An analysis of Bacterial samples and herb preparation methodology

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An Analysis of Bacterial DNA Extracted from Water near Farms Previous research has suggested that pharmaceutical levels on farms have increased over time. Due to this, the pharmaceuticals can pollute the soil and water in the area surrounding the farm. Other research has showed that many pathogens have re-emerged on many farms. A gap exists in the literature, however, as to how these pathogens have re-emerged. The purpose of this study is to compare the bacteria found in various water sources on farms to the ?common? form of the bacteria. This could possibly allow new medication and vaccines to be formed quicker based on the strains found on various farms. Procedures: Collect bacterial samples from various sources Runoff Rivers Manure Troughs Culture the bacteria on agar
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