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Polymer Chemistry Innovations Rising Female Chemist

Dog Germ Busters

Chemical and Material Sciences
Caris Wiegand

Ryan Bowman

"Does dog saliva kill bacteria? I think dog saliva will kill germs. I think this because many stories have a character then is hurt and when licked by the wolf, gets healed. Another reason is that dog saliva has chemicals called enzymes that kill bacteria. "

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2 thoughts on “Dog Germ Busters

  1. I liked the interesting project idea. The data and research was very descriptive. I also liked the interesting observations you made about this experiment.

  2. Nice experiment. It seems that most of your data suggest that the bacteria grew more with the dog’s saliva.

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