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microculture

(mī′krō-kŭl′chər)
n.
1. Biology A small-scale culture of microorganisms, cells, or tissues.
2. Sociology The distinctive culture of a small group of people within a limited geographical area or within an organization such as a school or business.
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As with Condition A2 for Microculture 1, this condition was marked by variability, with different aggregate products occurring.
Culture on Sabouraud Dextrose Agar with chloramphenicol showed fungal colony, and subsequent slide microculture proved the identity to be Fonsecaea pedrosoi (Fig.
Regulations interactives situees dans des dynamiques de microculture de classe.
A semiautomated microculture method for investigating growth inhibitory effects of cytotoxic compounds on exponentially growing carcinoma cells.
Concomitantly, blood cultures identified Fusarium solani through macro- and microculture.
Personally, this experience helped me to better understand the lived experience of this microculture in my research as regards learning through CBI.
It is the microculture in the local department and the events that happen in proximity that make the most difference in how employees feel at the end of the day.
If we find that films depict representations based solely on certain existing cultures then we can say that whichever culture has produced these films--even if that means a microculture within Hollywood for example--then we can argue that these films would not have an impact on that culture's view of the representations in question.
A semi-automated microculture method for investigating growth effects of cytotoxic compounds on exponentially growing carcinoma cells.
Anticancer activity was tested by using the microculture tetrazolium test on FemX (human melanoma) and LS174 (human colon carcinoma) cell lines.
The shared signals and symbols used within the microculture defining the organization, reflecting how one organization sees the world as unique and different than that within another organization, even when both organizations are in the same industry.
The Microculture Kinetic Assay, also called the MiCK[R] assay or Correct Chemo[TM], identifies the most effective chemotherapy drug or drug combination to kill a patient's specific cancer cells.