Fusiformis

Fusiformis

(fyū'si-fōr'mis),
An obsolete generic name sometimes used for the anaerobic fusiform bacteria found in the human mouth; these organisms are closely related to the anaerobic organisms found in the human intestine and have been placed in the genus Fusobacterium.
[see fusiform]

Fusiformis

An obsolete genus of fusiform anaerobic bacteria, rebranded as Fusobacterium spp.

Fusiformis

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2013) suggested that aerobic bacteria, especially Lysinibacillus fusiformis, could promote deterioration in corn stalk silage.
The method used to evaluate the antibacterial activity also can affects the results; Natarajan et al [10] and Fazeli et al [8] found that the diffusion method from wells on agar is more appropriate to study the activity of aqueous and organic extracts of Euphorbia fusiformis and hydro-ethanolic extracts of Rhus coriaria and Zataria multifora, than the method of agar diffusion.
were identified as Bacillus fusiformis, Bacillus cereus, Bacillus subtilis, and Paenibacillus sp.
1), which is a carotenoid found in edible brown seaweals, such as Undaria pinnatifida and Hijikia fusiformis, improved hyperglycemia in diabetic/obese KK-[A.
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fusiformis Micropterus Gills Mizelle & salmoides Cronin, 1943 Allacanthochasmus Merone Intestine Bangham & artus mississippiensis Venard, 1942 A.
fusiforme (Harvey) Setchell (= Hizikia fusiformis (Harvey) Okamura) to be placed in a new section: S.
discus hannai have been tested in detail by Seki (1997), and the green alga Ulva pertusa, the brown algae Hizikia fusiformis and Dictyopteris divaricata, and the red algae Carpopeltis pralifera, Callophyllis crispate, and Shizymenia dubyi successfully induce metamorphosis, whereas the red algae Pachymeniopsis elliptica and Rhodoglossum japonicum, the large brown algae Laminaria japonica, Undaria pinnatifida, Sargassum horneri, and S.
Fucoxanthin as the major antioxidant in Hijikia fusiformis, a common edible seaweed.
357 48 80 fusiformis 2002 Toumey Quercus toumeyi 2005 64 24 31 Turbinella Quercus turbinella var.
The seven most abundant species were Owenia fusiformis, Cossura sp A, Polydora cirrosa, Ampharete labrops, Spiophanes bombyx, Mediomastus spp.