Figure 5. Picture shows effect of SeNPs on bacterial cells. Scanning Electron Micrographs of strain CM100B grown in the presence of 5 mM selenite. (A) Selenium nanospheres adhering to the bacterial cells. (B) Bacterial cells surrounded by selenium nanospheres. (C) Free selenium nanospheres. (D) Control cells grown in TSB without addition of selenite (Source: Dhanjal and Cameotra, 2010 [7])

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