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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 4: First two consecutive exposures to Lysogeny broth treated with polyfloral honey at concentrations of 140–260 mg/mL. For inhibitory concentrations 260 and 210 mg/mL, bacteria grew upon first exposure, but no growth was observed in the second exposure. Multiple second-exposure losses were indicated by the outer circles at optical density of 0. (Column width)

Figure 4: First two consecutive exposures to Lysogeny broth treated with polyfloral honey at concentrations of 140–260 mg/mL. For inhibitory concentrations 260 and 210 mg/mL, bacteria grew upon first exposure, but no growth was observed in the second exposure. Multiple second-exposure losses were indicated by the outer circles at optical density of 0. (Column width)