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transconjugant

(of bacteria) a recipient that inherits DNA from the DONOR during CONJUGATION.
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coli transconjugants by using the PCR-based replicon typing method (31).
Thus, a selective antibiotic plate containing Ctx+Str would selectively allow the growth of such transconjugants whereas inhibiting growth of either pure donor (since its [Str.
sullae strain towards the Pseudomonas aeruginosa strain on solid culture medium and to study the characters acquired by the transconjugants.
Transconjugants were selected by transferring the 2-3 loopfuls of the suspension onto over-dried Mueller-Hinton agar plates containing nalidixic acid (40 mg/L) with either tetracycline (40 mg/L) as hydrochloride, streptomycin (40 mg/L), trimethoprim (10 mg/L), or chloramphenicol (40 mg/L).
Bacillus thuringiensis serovar Kurstaki, Bacillus subtilis and four of their transconjugants were used in this study as a biocontral agents against lepidopterous cotton pest.
Transconjugants demonstrated resistance to third-generation cephalosporins mediated by transfer of a >35.
Effect of horizontal DNA transfer between Azotobacter strains on protein patterns of Azotobacter transconjugants and biochemical traits in bioinoculated okra (Abelmoschus Esculen tus, L.
These tests (MIT) were used to determine bacteriophage titers, antibiotic sensitivity, bacterial phenotypes and the generation of transconjugants that originated in the digestive tract of microscopic nematode vectors.
Twenty transconjugants, analyzed per recipient strain, contained plasmids 40--50 kb long.
Transconjugants were selected on Luria Broth plates containing 50 [micro]g [mL.
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