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pure culture

n
(Microbiology) bacteriol a culture containing a single species of microorganism
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Finch is unique in having both a donor-derived Full-Spectrum Microbiota (FSM) product platform and a Rationally-Selected Microbiota (RSM) product platform based on microbes grown in pure culture. Finch's lead program, CP101, is an investigational FSM product for prevention of recurrent C.
Object of observation is 46 000 farms in the whole country, which cultivate at least 1 acre of pure culture - apples, pears, peaches, nectarines, apricots, plums and cherries, cherries, sour cherries, walnuts, almonds, hazelnuts, raspberries and vines with dessert grape varieties.
Growth of patient isolate on 5% sheep blood agar at 18 hours at 35[degrees]C; Gram-stained smear of pure culture.
Scopulariopsis brevicaulis - abundant growth in pure culture (or monoculture) of identified mold.
1 ml of microbial suspension was poured into potato dextrose flasks to isolate fenitrothion resistant fungi, spread plate method was selected for isolation of Fungi pure culture. From enrichment culture One loop full of fenitrothion resistant fungi were spread on potato dextrose plates which are amended with fenitrothion, incubate the plates at 24-48h for the growth of the fungi colonies at 28[degrees]C.
The criteria to consider a culture as positive were growth of a pure culture and colony counts >[10.sup.4] CFU/mL.
In gram staining, bacterial smear was prepared taken from pure culture, bacteria colony and distilled water was properly mixed until just slightly turbid on dry and clean glass slide using sterile loop or needle.
Colonies grew after 24 hours' incubation on both Polyvitex and Columbia media (bioMerieux, Craponne, France) in pure culture at 107 CFU/ mL.
The four-day festival, presented by Iceland Naturally, gives Bostonians the chance to experience the country's pure culture through a variety of (mostly free!) events.
In blood agar, a pure culture of pinpoint grayish white colonies surrounded by broad zone of complete hemolysis was evident.
"Lorde, I expect you to be a pure heroine, like the title of your first album, a pure culture hero, free of any external -- and if I may add, delusional -- political considerations," Regev said in a statement.