streptomycete


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strep·to·my·cete

(strep'tō-mī'sēt),
A term used to refer to a member of the genus Streptomyces; it is sometimes improperly used to refer to any member of the family Streptomycetaceae.

streptomycete

any ORGANISM of the GENUS STREPTOMYCES and related genera.
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To evaluate the effect of the metabolites produced by the streptomycetes on mycelial growth of both fungi (MARIANO & SILVEIRA, 2005), an assay was conducted in an entirely randomized experimental design, in a factorial scheme 7 x 2 (six streptomycete isolates + control treatment x 2 phytopathogenic fungi), with four replications.
Somaclonal variation of three tolerance streptomycetes isolated from saline soil.
Kuster E and ST Williams Selection of media for isolation of Streptomycetes.
STZ (2-Deoxy-2-([(methylnitrosoamino)carbonyl]amino)-D-glucopyranose) streptomycetes achromogenes tarafindan sentezlenir (4).
Tarkka MT, Lehr NA, Hampp R, Schrey SD (2008) Plant behavior upon contact with streptomycetes.
The streptomycetes are classified as a separate genus within the aerobic actinomycetes and are most well known for the many antimicrobial substances isolated from the approximately 600 different species (3).
We demonstrated previously that the spores of streptomycetes originating from moldy buildings can evoke intense production of inflammatory mediators both in mouse and human cell lines (Hirvonen et al.
Por varias razones, la busqueda de nuevos antibioticos ha sido mas intensa entre plantas inferiores, con especial enfasis en varios Streptomycetes y en unos pocos hongos.
Not long after, he found one in fungi of the Streptomycetes family and called it streptomycin.