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n.1.(Chem.) An amorphous, gummy carbohydrate, found in Gelidium, agar-agar, and other seaweeds.
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Une pipette a ete utilisee pour extraire 0,1 mL de bouillon de culture et l'etaler sur des plaques de gelose. Un compteur de colonies bacteriennes a ete utilise pour mesurer les unites formatrices de colonies (UFC) apres 24 heures d'incubation.
As linhagens foram mantidas e ativadas em meio basico, em gelose inclinada, tendo como fonte de carbono o oleo de oliva e contendo os seguintes elementos (g [L.sup.-1]): nitrato de sodio (3,0), sulfato de magnesio (0,5), cloreto de potassio (0,5), sulfato ferroso (0,01), fosfato dibasico de potassio (1,0), agar-agar (30,0) e azeite de oliva (20,0mL [L.sup.-1]) (COURI & FARIAS, 1995).
Since 2001 the policy has been implemented locally by transferring management rights and responsibilities from the state forest agency to local communities, the so-called Gestion Locale Securisee (secure local management, GELOSE), 10 September 1996, law N.
Marmonier, "Antibiotiques technique de diffusion en gelose methode des disques," in Bacteriologie Medicale Techniques Usuelles, pp.
[28] therefore achieved in 1999 that recommend the use of the culture surroundings containing a substratum of the [beta]-glucuronidase for the isolation of Escherichia coli O157 This survey comes to complete those of other authors also as Dadie in 2001 that have shown that the classic process of culture and setting in evidence of Escherichia coli that recommends an incubation to 44-45[degrees]C does not encourage a development optimal of Escherichia coli O157 Indeed, during the validation of the method of analysis, Escherichia coli O157 knew a more abundant growth to 42[degrees] C and to 44[degrees] C on the CHROM agar gelose as Dadie raised it.
Gelose, Adam and Mary Gondek, Benjamin Long, Mary Hershey Long and the Rands: Benjamin Long Rand, James Henry Rand, Nancy Rand, George Franklin Rand, Calvin Gordon Rand and Almira Hershey Long Rand.
'Trapping peasant communities within global governance regimes: the case of the GELOSE legislation in Madagascar'.