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Figure 1: Experimental procedures to validate Manuka degradation over time and train bacteria to tolerate concentrations that were lethal upon the second exposure (70 mg/mL). G1 bacteria were a population exposed to Manuka only once. Only 24 h of incubation in 24-h-old Manuka was needed to observe growth, while 48 h of incubation was required to observe growth in fresh Manuka, validating partial degradation of honey during incubation. (Full page width)

Figure 1: Experimental procedures to validate Manuka degradation over time and train bacteria to tolerate concentrations that were lethal upon the second exposure (70 mg/mL). G1 bacteria were a population exposed to Manuka only once. Only 24 h of incubation in 24-h-old Manuka was needed to observe growth, while 48 h of incubation was required to observe growth in fresh Manuka, validating partial degradation of honey during incubation. (Full page width)