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pure culture

n
(Microbiology) bacteriol a culture containing a single species of microorganism
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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
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.
He again attempted to grow the bacteria in embryonated eggs, this time without antibiotics, and successfully isolated a large inoculum of pure culture that could be grown on agar.
Fleming then went on to grow the mould in a pure culture and found that it produced a substance that killed a number of disease-causing bacteria.
The aim of this paper was to study the potential of a pure culture anaerobic bacterial strain isolated from an anaerobic consortia, developed from bovine rumen fluid to metabolize MAH and PAH under anaerobic and sulfate reducing conditions.
Loop full of pure culture of a bacterial strain was mixed in medium and placed in shaker for 24 hours at 37degC.
As per standard microbiological procedures, pure culture isolation was done as per Cruickshank et al.
His poetry gives the message of the original and pure culture of Punjab.
sakazakii ATCC 29004 was inoculated as a pure culture, and the four isolates combined in equal concentrations were inoculated as a cocktail culture.
It seems we can now isolate the cells and study them in a pure culture, which is something that wasn't possible before".
Thus four Petri dishes of 10 cm in diameter were obtained, a plate made for each microorganism pure culture and two Petri dishes for the mixed culture.