filamentation


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filamentation

The continued elongation of bacillary bacteria without septum formation (division), which occurs in response to various stressors (e.g., DNA damage, antibiotics in the culture medium or inhibition of replication) that trigger the SOS response system.
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Particular emphasis is placed on accelerated irradiation applications in the design and manufacture of "scaffold" molds for tissue culture; ion implantation of semiconductor materials, membrane filamentation in fuel cells, as well as the promotion of the use of polysaccharide decomposing radiation as a growth promoter (PGP) with new results in Promote the development of some types of moss to moisturize ornamental plants, or heat resistant for buildings
The sensor is able to detect and eliminate smallest knots, fluff or even filamentation from the weft yarn.
Among the topics are dialogues about geometry and light, recent developments in weak value amplification and direct measurement, full color computational ghost video, light in a twist: orbital angular momentum, nonlinear photonics in chip-based structures, characterizing ultrashort laser pulses and carrier-envelope phase stabilization, and filamentation and self-induced beam propagation effects.
Rapid identification of candida albicans by filamentation on serum and serum substitutes.
The fabric is made up of premium quality virgin polyester fibers, undergoing continuous filamentation throughout the knit construction.
10,11) Coinciding effects of viscous filamentation and the tack pressure profile have been modeled with a foot sliding model (12) and compared to experiments.
Survival and filamentation of Salmonella enterica serovar Enteritidis PT4 and Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium DT104 at low water activity.
Plasma density channels stabilize propagation of relativistically intense laser pulses under the matched condition, preventing laser-plasma nonlinear instabilities, such as filamentation and hosing that often occur in the self-guiding.
2007), the bactericidal effect of cinnamaldehyde occurs during cell division when the aggregation reaction of filamentation temperature-sensitive protein Z (FtsZ) decreases and GTP hydrolysis, necessary for FtsZ polymerization, is inhibited.