microfloral

microfloral

(ˌmaɪkrəʊˈflɔːrəl)
adj
(Microbiology) relating to microflora
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Our objectives were threefold: 1) to establish baseline characteristics of aquatic microfaunal and microfloral assemblages against which to evaluate recent biotic changes in these freshwater ecosystems, 2) to assess the sensitivity of larval chironomid assemblages to temperature and infer past trends in summer air temperature using a chironomid-based transfer function, and 3) to explore possible connections between variations in diatom assemblages, sedimentological variables, and their relationship to changes in catchment dynamics in this region.
Oral cytologic patterns in relation to smoking habits: some epithelial, microfloral, and leukocytic characteristics.
Brachyurans also modify sediment topography and associated microfloral structure (Skov et al.
Microfloral infection and quality deterioration of sunflower seeds as affected by temperature and moisture content during storage and the suitability of the seeds for insect or mite infestation.
The aim of our study was to investigate oral mucosa, dental health and microfloral variation in selective IgA deficiency and XLA patients by comparison with the healthy group.
Citation: Ganguly S (2013) Microfloral Diversity in Fish: An Editorial.
Dating of the Cretaceous Une Formation, Colombia and the relationship with the Albian-Cenomanian African-South American microfloral province.
* Changes in the microfloral composition of the roots
Of the ten palynomorph samples collected from the Killik Bend locality and eight from the eastern Horseshoe section, all yielded microfloral assemblages indicative of an Albian age.
The role of probiotics has expanded from use in gut health maintenance and supplementation in the event of dysbiosis (microfloral imbalance) during antibiotic therapy, to a wide range of health applications.