aciduric


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aciduric

 [as″ĭ-du´rik]
capable of growing in extremely acid media.

ac·i·du·ric

(as'i-dyū'rik),
Pertaining to bacteria that tolerate an acid environment.
[acid + L. duro, to endure]

aciduric

/ac·id·uric/ (as″ĭ-du´rik) capable of growing in extremely acid media; said of bacteria.

ac·i·du·ric

(as'i-dyūr'ik)
Pertaining to bacteria that tolerate an acid environment.
[acid + L. duro, to endure]

aciduric

capable of growing in extremely acid media.
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Aciduric, pH-elevating Bacillus which cause noneffervescent spoilage of underprocessed tomatoes.
Because the desired isolates would be aciduric or acidophilic, a selective medium, Bacillus Tomato Juice Agar (BTJA), was developed for isolation (Table 2).
The presence of lactobacilli and candida in saliva can be considered a consequence of the aciduric circumstances that normally lead to dental caries and so the salivary tests are useful for estimating the caries activity [Larmas, 1992].