xenic

xenic

(ˈzɛnɪk)
adj
denoting the presence of bacteria
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Entamoeba can be cultured in both xenic and axenic culture media.
Silva, "Comparison of xenic and monoxenic Entamoeba dispar cultures using hepatic inoculation in hamster," Archives of Medical Research, vol.
[33] Some bacteria accompanying the xenic cultures are detrimental to growth of E.
Vandiver shows well how central xenic hospitality is to various panels of the logos--even if Kroisos' exasperated prayer never invokes expectable Zeus Xenios (161).
bangladeshi, we established it in xenic culture, and it displayed the ability to grow at 37[degrees]C and 25[degrees]C, a characteristic shared with E.
Erosion control and Retention of soil within an ecosystem sediment retention Soil formation Soil formation processes Nutrient cycling Storage, internal cycling, processing and acquisition of nutrients Waste treatment Recovery of mobile nutrients and removal or breakdown of excess or xenic nutrients and compounds.
Some characteristic parameters of fruits, thus obtained, were used to detect the possible xenic effect.
dispar strains grown in xenic cultures revealed important differences in the proteolytic activity on albumin and gelatin compared to E.
Munoz, "Collagenase activity in clinical isolates of Entamoeba histolytica maintained in xenic cultures," Archives of Medical Research, vol.