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pure culture

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(Microbiology) bacteriol a culture containing a single species of microorganism
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Growth media is of great importance for microbiological tests; it helps obtain pure cultures, grow and count microbial cells, and cultivate and select microorganisms.
Sub culturing was performed where required and after pure cultures of the fungi where obtained from single spores, these cultures had to be stored in 30% glycerol.
Among the topics are a novel protocol for model calibration in biological wastewater treatment, the characterization of pure cultures isolated from sulfamethoxazole-acclimated activated sludge with respect to taxonomic identification and sulfamethoxazole biodegradation potential, the bacterial consortium and axenic cultures isolated from activated sewage sludge for biodegradation and imidazolium-based ionic liquid, and the scenario analysis of nutrient removal from municipal wastewater by microbial biofilms.
The card can be used to perform three tests at a time and aids in the presumptive identification of pure cultures.
The use of pure bacterial cultures with high specific ureolytic activities has considerable importance when related to fundamental research but, generally, these axenic pure cultures, represent a high cost for industrial application.
Background: The objective of this study is to establish Raman signatures from pure cultures of different Candida species using Raman Spectroscopy (RS) and use these signatures for rapid identification of unknown Candida species.
The antibacterial activity of the temporary restorative material was evaluated in pure cultures of Escherichia coli (ATCC (American Type Culture Collection) BAA-2336) and Staphylococcus aureus (ATCC 11632) on a McFarland tube #1 scale of turbidity, corresponding to approximately 3 x [10.
Bacteria were cultured from a swab of a 2-day old purulent wound, pure cultures were prepared, and their identity verified by gram staining, culture appearance and differential tests results (e.
Salmonella gallinarum was isolated in pure cultures of liver, spleen, lung, intestine, and blood samples of 2 birds.
The goals of the research were: the isolation of pure cultures of lactic acid bacteria out of various natural substrates, the determination of their species, the study of their biological features and the most important production valuable properties, the creation of fermented functional foods on their basis, as well as production testing of the most active strains.
Assis (2003) PCR detection of Clostridiumchauvoei in pure cultures and in formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded tissues; Veterinary Microbiology 91: 239-248
These pure cultures are considered as first generation culture (mother cultures) and hyphal tips were inoculated to obtain the second-generation culture.