decolourise


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Verb1.decolourise - remove color from; "The sun bleached the red shirt"
discolor - cause to lose or change color; "The detergent discolored my shirts"
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We have previously reported on the successful isolation of an endophytic fungus Marasmius cladophyllus UMAS MS8 that was able to decolourise several synthetic dyes including RBBR on both solid and liquid mediums [11].
Schlosser, "Potential of aquatic fungi derived from diverse freshwater environments to decolourise synthetic azo and anthraquinone dyes," Bioresource Technology, vol.
Effect of heavy metals on the production of several laccase isoenzymes by Trametes versicolor and on their ability to decolourise dyes.
Over the years, this colour became associated with roemers so that even after it became possible to decolourise glass, makers continued to produce them in green glass.
kingae are facultative anaerobic Gram negative rods which lie together in small clusters and decolourise unevenly on Gram stain.
The amounts of different samples used to decolourise 2 [cm.sup.3] of DCPIP solution at different time intervals are summarised in Table 1.
Effect of heavy metals on the production of several lacease isoenzymes by Trametes versicolor and on their ability to decolourise to dyes.
Therefore, the objectives of the present study were (i) to stain the sputum samples in their containers with phenol ammonium sulphate basic fuchsin solution and to decolourise and counter-stain the stained sputum smears for detection of AFB (henceforth called pot method, and (ii) to compare the proportion of AFB positives obtained in pot and standard ZN methods.