Answer: The "best" temperature actually depends on the type of bacteria and even the strain. The bacteria of Public Health significance tend to grow between 135°F and 40°F. But some Listeria will actually grow at 32°F.
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Answer: Hormones and enzymes are the substance having a key role in regulating various body processes. Most of you body functions are regulated by negative feedback inhibition. In this type of process end product shuts off the original stimulus.
Answer: bacteria need to be at the right temperature to multiply (room temperature) which is why we freeze/cook food, temperatures that are to hot and too cold kill the spores (bacteria) and therefore kill them