axenic culture


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axenic culture

a pure culture of parasites.

axenic culture

a pure culture of microorganisms, i.e., one free from contaminating microorganisms or, in the case of parasites, without the presence of the host.
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The authors thank Nel Ament for her assistance in isolating the assemblage and establishing the axenic culture of Anabaena sp.
A novel technique for preparation of axenic cultures of Symbiodinium (Pyrrophyta) through selective digestion by amoebae.
Axenic culture of Giardia lamblia in TYI-S-33 medium supplemented with bile.
brucei rhodesiense bloodstream form trypanosomes from axenic culture, the concentrations of the compounds ranged from 90 to 0.
He welcomed me into his laboratory in a "temporary trailer" at Bigelow to develop axenic cultures for the collection.
Among the topics are a novel protocol for model calibration in biological wastewater treatment, the characterization of pure cultures isolated from sulfamethoxazole-acclimated activated sludge with respect to taxonomic identification and sulfamethoxazole biodegradation potential, the bacterial consortium and axenic cultures isolated from activated sewage sludge for biodegradation and imidazolium-based ionic liquid, and the scenario analysis of nutrient removal from municipal wastewater by microbial biofilms.
Individual colonies were restreaked repeatedly on the same tributyrin medium to get the axenic cultures.
Axenic cultures were obtained by single spore isolations using fine needle (Johnston and Booth, 1983) and maintained on PDA slants.
marcescens LBSe-17 axenic cultures, in spite of earlier reports of nematodes growing on cultures of other non-symbiotic bacteria (Boemare et al.