What Is Cfu ML?


"CFU ML" stands for "colony-forming units per milliliter" in terms of measurement for liquids. A colony-forming unit (CFU) is an estimate of viable bacterial and fungal cells when analysed under a microscope.
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cfu/ml = (no. of colonies x dilution factor) / volume inoculated
cfu/ml is the dimension. It stands for colony forming units per milliliter.
47 x 5 x 1000000 = 235 x 10^6 per ml.
each colony derives from 1 cfu (colony forming unit), therefore -- colonies counted = cfu
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CFU = colony forming unit. A CFU is basically just a single, viable cell that's capable of dividing and form a colony after some incubation period. So ...
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