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mycetes

(maɪˈsiːtiːz)
n
(Biology) a collective term for fungi, esp microscopic pathogenic fungi
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Microbiota represents an essential component of our body, constituted by a large panel of microorganisms (i.e., bacteria, virus, and mycetes) and in a number of about 3.8 x 1013 (amply quoted in [66]).
nordicum strains inoculated were the only mycetes detected on the analyzed casings.
Mycetes, the Persian king, imagines the return of Theridamas with his war horses, skillfully juxtaposing the language of aggression and art:
In 1.2.3 Theridamas attempts to claim Techelles's and Usumcasane's support for Cosroe, who has joined up with Tamburlaine's forces against his brother Mycetes, king of Persia:
Although different protoplast isolation procedures have previously been developed to isolate from mycetes (fungi and mushrooms) and other species (Chen and Jeffrey, 1993; Sikandar and Christos, 2010), development of an appropriate method is thus, paramount important for better understanding of genetic properties through protoplast manipulation (Eguchi et al., 1990; 1998; Tamai et al., 1990).
The culture media contaminated by bacteria, eumycetes and mycetes can be observed by naked eye and phase contrast microscopy.
Cosroe has just risen to the throne of Persia by seizing the crown from his brother Mycetes. The Persian king's filial treachery and political treason mark him as a prime candidate for God's just punishment.
In Tamburlaine, Mycetes even uses the term "cleave" to encapsulate the very condition of kingliness and the many threats of undoing it faces: "For Kings are clouts that every man shoots at, / Our crown the pin that thousands seek to cleave." (42) Marlowe's lines apply to Macbeth in two respects: initially one who seeks to cleave the crown from its rightful bearer, he soon becomes a king whose capacity to manage the cleft defining kingship radically erodes.
With Avery Brooks (Tamburlaine), Craig Wallace (Usumcasane), Terence Archie (Techelles), Danyon Davis (Calyphas), Kurt Uy (Amyras), Abe Cruz (Celebinus), Floyd King (Mycetes), Andrew Long (Cosroe), Scott Jaeck (Theridamas), David Emerson Toney (Meander, Sultan of Egypt, Muslim Cleric), James Denvil (Menaphon, King of Jerusalem), Bill Christ (Ortygius, Orcanes), Mia Tagano (Zenocrate), Robert Jason Jackson (Agydas, Egyptian General, Almeda), James Konicek (Median Lord, Turkish Lord), Amy Kim Waschke (Anippe, Olympia), David Sabin (Governor of Damascus), David McCann (Bajazeth, Captain of Balsera, Physician), Frenchelle Stewart Dorn (Zabina), and others.
In the first act of Marlowe's play the King of Persia (Mycetes) and his lord Meander discuss the threat to Persia:
In Act ii of Part One, Cosroe has, with Tamburlaine's help, become king of Persia at the expense of his foolish brother Mycetes. Cosroe departs to 'ride in triumph through Persepolis' (ii.
However, as Tamburlaine's Mycetes avers,"[Marlowe's] words become swords," thus producing violence not only in action but also in language.