Aerobic Culture

Aerobic Culture

A bacterial culture in which growth is allowed to occur in a state of ambient—normal—oxygenation.
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Aerobic culture results of the nasal discharge showed a mixed population of Staphylococcus intermedius and Pasteurella species, including Pasteurella pneumotropica; all isolated bacteria were susceptible to enrofloxacin.
A third isolate showed pinpoint growth on initial aerobic culture on sheep blood agar.
For aerobic culture, the number of aerobic gram-negative bacilli was reported as "aerobic gram-negative bacilli <[10.
The aerobic culture grew few alpha-hemolytic streptococci, occasional beta-hemolytic streptococci (not group A or B), rare Staphylococcus aureus, and rare Candida albicans.
lFollowing a risk assessment by the Animal Health Trust, the code on CEM now recommends that endometrial swabs taken from low-risk mares [those never exposed to the disease] before first mating, and before repeat mating where return to oestrus is normal, may be subjected to aerobic culture only.
Thanks to his continental training he has his players far more aware of things like diet, physique and aerobic culture.
Samples for aerobic culture were plated on Columbia blood agar and MacConkey agar (Remel, Lenexa, KS, USA) and incubated a minimum of 48 hours at 37[degrees]C with 5% carbon dioxide.
Aerobic culture of the lesions was conducted and clindamycin was prescribed; no organisms grew from the culture.
Aerobic culture of a fecal sample resulted in no pathogen growth.
3 hours; Table 2) and more frequently in inoculated anaerobic culture bottles (68%) than in aerobic culture bottles (13%).
Overnight aerobic culture grew small gray colonies (<1 mm in diameter) of non-spore-forming gram-variable bacilli (1 [micro]m x 5 [micro]m), which, on subculture anaerobically grew gram-positive rods with oval, terminal spores.
Blood drawn peripherally and through the subcutaneous catheter on hospital days 1, 2, and 3 grew gram-positive elongated bacilli in the aerobic culture bottles.