thermoduric


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ther·mo·dur·ic

 (thûr′mō-do͝or′ĭk, -dyo͝or′-)
adj.
Capable of surviving high temperatures, especially those of pasteurization. Used of a microorganism.

[thermo- + Latin dūrāre, to last; see deuə- in Indo-European roots + -ic.]
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thermoduric

(ˌθɜːməʊˈdjʊərɪk)
adj
(Biology) having the ability to survive in high temperatures, esp the ability of a microorganism to survive the pasteurization process
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ther•mo•dur•ic

(ˌθɜr məˈdʊər ɪk, -ˈdyʊər ɪk)

adj.
(of certain microorganisms) able to survive high temperatures, as during pasteurization.
[1930–35; thermo- + Latin dūr(āre) to last + -ic]
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Isolation and identification of a catalase producing thermoduric alkalotolerant Bacillus sp.
In our research, a catalase producing thermoduric alkalotolerant bacterial strain was isolated from the hot springs of Tatta Pani, Poonch, Azad Kashmir where microbial flora is less explored.
[23.] Ribeiro Junior JC, Beloti V, Massi FP, Fungaro MHP Thermoduric psychrotrophic proteolytic microbiota from refrigerated raw milk.
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It is an environmental microorganism and its optimum temperature for multiplication is between 25 and 37[degrees]C, while psychrotrophic thermoduric strains can grow from 3 to 75[degrees]C (DROBNIEWSKI, 1993; DUFRENNE et al., 1995).