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biotron

(bī′ə-trŏn′)
n.
A climate-control chamber used for studying a living organism's response to specific environmental conditions.

biotron

Companies, Biotron
(1) An Australian drug development company.
(2) A company in India which supports the biotech industry by selling reagents and kits for molecular biology, drug discovery molecular diagnostic.
(3) A US company that develops, designs, produces, sells and markets diagnostic reagents.

Ecology
A chamber used for biological experiments in which environmental conditions can be completely controlled, allowing researchers to evaluate the effects of external changes on test organisms.
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Seed germination test with Aquaguard RO water with Biotron (ABW) Sample Seed Condition Plate 1 18 hrs 24 hrs 48 hrs ABW Germinated 7 8 8 Non-germinated 2 1 1 Ratio 3.
The report provides brief overview of Biotron Limited including business description, key information and facts, and its locations and subsidiaries
These SVR12 data support the efficacy of BIT225 as a potential new therapy for HCV and, in particular, for this difficult to treat group of HIV/HCV co-infected patients who typically have more serious HCV infection and fewer treatment options," Biotron Managing Director Dr Michelle Miller said in its statement address to (http://www.
As part of this endeavour, Biotron continues to consistently and diligently highlight its development programs, and BIT225 in particular, to the international pharmaceutical, medical and scientific communities.
Looking at photographs of Biotron, Fitotron (a later structural treatise on hydroponics exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 1972), and other related works one concludes Benedit's concerns were both anthropological and aesthetic.
Controlled environment rooms at the University of Wisconsin Biotron were used for acclimating and freezing plants.
Two experiments were conducted in a growth chamber at the University of Wisconsin Biotron, a controlled plant growth facility.
18 sites will include Medical Sciences Center, 445 Henry Mall, and Biotron Laboratory, 2115 Observatory
Since 1979, Biotron has specialized in manufacturing mineral amino acid chelates and complexes.