In Which Growth Phase Is an Organism Most Sensitive to an Antimicrobial Agent?

Answer

The death phase is the growth phase in which an organism is most sensitive to an antimicrobial agent. This is because toxic byproducts have built up in this microorganism. In addition, nutrients are running out.
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