mesophile

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mes·o·phile

 (mĕz′ə-fīl′, mĕs′-)
n.
Any of various organisms, especially certain bacteria and fungi, that thrive at moderate temperatures between about 25°C and 40°C.

mes′o·phil′ic (-fĭl′ĭk) adj.
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Besides the above mentioned characteristics, high levels of total aerobic, mesophil pathogens and total coliforms found in the infant flour were certainly due to hygienic conditions during processing.
coli EN MEJILLONES PROCEDENTES DE TRES AREAS DE PRODUCCION DEL ESTADO SUCRE/ RECOUNT OF AEROBIAL MESOPHIL BACTERIAE AND INDEX OF FECAL COLIFORMS AND E.
15 bacterial mesophil species were isolated and identified in Corvina's muscle, 8 of them gave positive results for histamine production test.