Kalia and Aiichiro Nakano used computer-based models to identify mechanisms or "strategies" used by bacterial spores
to evade attack from extreme temperatures, chemicals and radiation.
Aylor's "Aerial Dispersal of Pollen and Spores
" is a unique, valuable, and comprehensive reference covering the many complex factors and effects encompassing the movement of spores
through the air.
exist in raw food materials before they are processed.
Gametophytes may be cultured in vitro since spores
maintain their germination capacity and physiological integrity.
In a practical arrangement, wouldn't the spores
either quickly rot or become contaminated?
In numerous regions, these conditions occur when there is no susceptible host tissue available and the spores
do not survive once released in absence of susceptible host tissue.
within the vesicles were also counted at 1000x magnification.
can live for years in soil, but people can only get anthrax if they come into contact with the spores
in one of three ways.
Temperatures between 18 and 25[degrees]C are ideal for germination of spores
of Glomus versiforme, whereas temperatures above 35[degrees]C or below 15[degrees]C are detrimental (SIQUEIRA; HUBBELL, 1985).
Scientists at The Ohio State University set out to enhance the lethality of PATP against pressure- and heat-resistant spores
Millions of mould spores
get airborne during the day and because spores
are much smaller than pollen grains they get inhaled into the depths of the lung.
from an actively growing culture were immobilized by mixing 80g of the harvested spores
with a 1% w/v sterile alginate solution and gelled into beads by dropping the suspension into 15g Ca[Cl.