culturable

culturable

(ˈkʌltʃərəbəl)
adj
(Biology) able to be cultivated or cultured
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In the agriculture sector, projects on Integrated Agriculture Development in Merged Areas under the TDS, Culturable waste Land Development and Solarization of existing agriculture tube and open wells in the newly-merged tribal districts, rainwater harvesting in merged areas of K-P were approved.
20 million seeds of culturable and other fish species annually and procure additional 350 acres of land under fish culture through theprovision of better fish seed supply and extension services.The objectives of the project were to increase improved fish seed production capacity through theestablishment of a fish seed hatchery in Lahore and provide better extension services to fish farmers through theestablishment of four fish seed nursery units in districts lacking the facility.
In addition to insufficient sampling of potential hosts, the fastidious and variably culturable nature of M.
(13) The important point is that Legionella in certain circumstances includes encounters with poor diet, oxidative stress, stress of osmotic pressure, and water chlorination convert to the mode that is still viable but is not culturable. (14) Water stagnation, temperatures between 25 [degrees]C to 42 [degrees]C, organic contamination, and the presence of protozoa are suitable and susceptible conditions for the growth of Legionella species in water.
We therefore conducted this systematic review and meta-analysis to determine the overall effect of DFM supplementation on the log concentrations of culturable gut microbiotas in broiler chickens and to identify pre-defined characteristics (factors) that may be associated with the heterogeneity of the results.
The Department of fisheries of Bangladesh had classified all ponds into three categories; (i) derelict pond (9.42%) (ii) culturable pond (17.54%) and (iii) cultured ponds (63%).
But they are alive and have the ability to become culturable once resuscitated.
Another one-third (2.66m acres) of the province's arable land, called culturable waste land, is out of cultivation due to various reasons including water logging and non-availability of irrigation water.
In order to promote aqua feed production in the country to promote the aquaculture in the country , an amount of Rs 40.174 million had been released for aqua feed production in Pakistan for commercially important culturable fishes as Rs 48.174 million was earmarked for the project during current year.
JICA project introduced adequate and reliable irrigation supplies to the culturable lands of area aiming at enhanced agricultural productivity, sustainable development with focus on holistic management and broad based reforms.
Spiral forms are live, culturable, and have strong colonization capacity; coccoid forms are viable but nonculturable (VBNC) and represent persistent forms of this bacterium; and degenerated forms are notable for a disintegrated cytoplasmic membrane and are most likely a manifestation of bacterial death (8).