eugonic

eugonic

 [u-gon´ik]
growing luxuriantly; said of bacterial cultures.

eu·gon·ic

(yū-gon'ik),
A term used to indicate that the growth of a bacterial culture is rapid and relatively luxuriant; used especially in reference to the growth of cultures of the human tubercle bacillus (Mycobacterium tuberculosis).
See also: dysgonic.
[G. eugonos, productive, fr. eu, well, + gonos, seed, offspring]

eugonic

/eu·gon·ic/ (u-gon´ik) growing luxuriantly; said of bacterial cultures.

eu·gon·ic

(yū-gon'ik)
A term used to indicate that the growth of a bacterial culture is rapid and relatively luxuriant; used especially in reference to the growth of cultures of the human tubercle bacillus (Mycobacterium tuberculosis).
[G. eugonos, productive, fr. eu, well, + gonos, seed, offspring]

eugonic

growing luxuriantly; said of bacterial cultures.
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tuberculosis shows eugonic growth, is positive for niacin accumulation and nitrate reduction, is resistant to TCH, shows aerophilic growth on Lebek medium, and is usually not monoresistant to pyrazinamide (2,3).
All strains showed eugonic growth characteristics on Lowenstein-Jensen slants and on bromcresol purple medium (Figure), which in general is typical for M.
africanum (ATCC25420), and the strains analyzed * Test result Colony TCH morphology ([double Strains ([dagger]) dagger]) Kazakhstan (n = 8) ([section]) Eugonic S ATCC M.