uninoculated

uninoculated

(ˌʌnɪnˈɒkjʊˌleɪtɪd)
adj
(of a person, animal, organ, or plant) not having been inoculated in order to induce immunity to a particular disease(of a culture medium) not having been inoculated with organisms, esp bacteria
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Improved total plant biomass and grain yields in rice inoculated with Rhodobacter compared with uninoculated rice has been reported (Gamal-Eldin and Elbanna 2011).
Each plant was inoculated with 10 ml suspension of 500 J2 around the seedlings of 20 day-old and plain water of same volume was given in the uninoculated control plants.
46cm) and minimum was from uninoculated plants with 75% NP and 100%K (51.
We investigated the transmission of CWD from white-tailed deer, mule deer, or elk to reindeer through the intracranial route and assessed them for direct and indirect horizontal transmission to uninoculated sentinels.
An increase of 41% stem diameter was observed in TV-6D treated plants compared to the uninoculated I4 irrigated.
05,) in the number of nodules between the treatments inoculated with the strains UFLA03-84, UFLA03-153, UFLA03-154 and UFLA03-164 and the uninoculated control without mineral nitrogen (N) supplementation (Table 2).
The uninoculated batch (M-) received 1 100 g of sterilized soil, while the inoculated plants (M+) received 1 000 g of sterile soil plus 100 g of AMF inoculum.
At various time points up to 98 days, the scientists processed both inoculated and uninoculated hotdogs that had been formulated with various concentrations of the vinegar solution.
30% was observed by inoculation of PS-01 with PrM as compared to uninoculated control.
Later, 200l of uninoculated medium was included as a sterility control (blank).