pure culture


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pure culture

n
(Microbiology) bacteriol a culture containing a single species of microorganism
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His most popular poetry was in Punjabi through which, he gave the message of the original and pure culture of Punjab.
Colonies observed after 24 hours of incubation on blood agar in pure culture were gray but turned orange after 48 hours.
The specificity of MicroSnap EB was determined by measuring its ability to detect 39 different bacteria in pure culture (22 Entero's and 17 Non-Enterobacteria).
This dairy product is based on a pure culture of Lbm.
The pure culture was inoculated in 250 ml flask containing 50 ml of pre-sterilized potato dextrose broth and flasks were kept for agitation at 200 rpm in rotary shaker at 28 [+ or -] 2[degrees]C for four days.
Description: Gellan gum is a polysaccharide produced by fermentation of a pure culture of Sphingomonas elodea.
Complementing this analysis of microbial communities is the sequencing of individual species in pure culture.
enteriditis, one in pure culture and another inoculated onto raw almonds at 25 C, 50 C and 55 C.
A pure culture of each probiotic candidate was inoculated aseptically into suitable broth media (Marine Broth or OZR broth) and incubated for 18 h at 23[degrees]C.
coli O157:H7 antibody-coated immunomagnetic beads and test samples, comprised of pure culture or food extracts that had been artificially contaminated with target organisms, to individual wells in the microplate.
A pure culture was first obtained by streaking a well-isolated colony of bacteria from the mixed-culture plate onto a fresh nutrient agar plate.