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Scanning electron micrograph of M. paratuberculosis
Line Scanning electron microscopes allow us to see the surface of extraordinarily small things like M. paratuberculosis bacteria. Notice how this bacterium grows in clumps and has a rough, waxy cell wall. The cell wall is responsible for the bacterium's resistance to antibiotics, chemical disinfectants, and environmental factors like heat and cold.

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