basal medium

basal medium

An unsupplemented growth medium used to culture bacteria which do not need special nutrients.
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Shoots (2-3 cm) derived from shoot bunches of Cotyledonary node were excised and rooted on medium consisting of B5 and 1/2 B5 basal medium supplemented with 0.
The medium described above was taken as a basal medium and the process parameters under study were varied.
Hypocotils from 8- 12 days plants were cut in 5-10 mm segments and were incubated on calluse induction medium MS basal medium having different level of 2, 4-D (table 1).
The basal medium components include an amino acid source, a vitamin source, an energy source and an oxygen scavenger.
The rumen fluids-basal medium (McDougall, 1948) mixture was prepared by mixing one volume of rumen fluid and two volumes of the basal medium.
Additionally, primary human vSMCs (ATCC, Manassas, VA) were cultured in Vascular Cell Basal Medium with 5 ng/mL rhFGH-basic, 5 [micro]g/mL rh insulin, 50 ug/mL ascorbic acid, 10 mM L-glutamine, 5% Fetal Bovine Serum, and penicillin/streptomycin.
35 (1) Medium components were added to a basal medium with: 0.
Later, the team produced a library of analogs of this class that proved to include a single compound, dubbed "pluripotin," that supports self-renewal of mouse embryonic stem cells and maintains their pluripotency alone with only the addition of standard cell culture basal medium.
The basal medium was a variant of that published by Litz et al.
Tryptone yeast broth and basal feather or snake skin medium were used to detect specific keratinase activity and pigment production, Mueller-Hinton plates for microbial interactions and antibiotic production, blood agar and basal medium for hemolytic action and carbon utilization by Streptomyces.
After cleaning and bisecting, the hemi-islets were preincubated for 2 hours in 1 ml of basal medium (ca.
Murashing and Skoog (MS) salts and vitamins supplemented with 30 g/l sucrose were used as the basal medium.