thermotolerant


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thermotolerant

(ˌθɜːməʊˈtɑlərənt)
adj
(Botany) (of plants) able to tolerate, but not thriving in, high temperatures
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Poonsuk, Statistical Optimization of medium components affecting simultaneous fermentative hydrogen and ethanol production from crude glycerol by thermotolerant Klebsiella sp.
Microbiological analysis: for the microbiological quality of the product, we carried out analysis for total coliforms at 35[degrees]C, and thermotolerant coliforms at 45[degrees]C, fungi, yeasts and positive Staphylococcus coagulase and Salmonella sp.
Microbiological quality was followed by analyses of thermotolerant coliforms, Staphylococcus aureus and Salmonella sp.
coli is a member of thermotolerant and is an indigenous member of the intestinal flora of healthy humans and warm-blooded animals.
It is necessary to study temperature-related genes, which would be beneficial to investigate fish modulation by thermal treatment and establish a scientific base for breeding of thermotolerant fish.
The prepared conjugate with, without AgNPs was examined as a filtration medium for the removal efficiency of Thermotolerant (fecal) Coliform from highly polluted water samples [27] using a selective lactose medium (m-FC agar, Alpha Biosciences Inc.
Selective breeding and translocation of thermotolerant individuals may lead to reductions in recipient population fitness due to resource trade-offs with other fitness traits, such as growth and fecundity.
Evaluation of data from the literature on the transport and survival of Escherichia coli and thermotolerant coliforms in aquifers under saturated conditions.