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Fig. 2

From: A plant from the altiplano of Northern Chile Senecio nutans, inhibits the Vibrio cholerae pathogen

Fig. 2

Inhibitions zones (mm) of essential oil of S. nutans and antibiotic used as control. Data represent the means and standard error of the means (n = 3). The symbol *** shows significant differences (P < 0.05) respect to the control antibiotic Streptomycin (S) (10 μg/disc). The others antibiotics used were: Chloramphenicol (CL) (30 μg/disc), Sulfamethoxazol/Trimetoprim (SXT) (25 μg/disc), and Cefotaxime (CTX) (30 μg/disc)

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