bacterial colony

bacterial colony

A discrete accumulation of a very large number of bacteria, usually occurring as a CLONE of a single organism or of a small number. Colonies grow best on selected media.
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Opposite to the fungal mycelial disc, bacterial colony was placed, and plates were incubated at 28AdegC for 7 days.
Supply, delivery, commissioning of a bacterial colony detection and transplantation device (equipment and software), warranty, maintenance and associated technical documentation as well as user training for the device.
Single bacterial colony was purified after five passages on nutrient agar media.
On the 18th day, blood samples were taken for further measurement of the ALT and AST levels as well as a bacterial colony from feces.
Most people who use it for health reasons prefer unfiltered and unpasteurized brands that contain a bacterial colony, called the mother, that gives the vinegar a cloudy appearance.
The rate of degradation of the hydrocarbons was determined with the GCFID chromatogram and linked with the increase in bacterial colony forming units with consortium.
The team harnessed an ability that naturally occurs in some strains of bacteria called "quorum sensing," in which the bacteria send and receive signal molecules that indicate the overall density of the bacterial colony and regulate the expression of many genes involved in group activities.
A loopful of bacterial colony was inoculated on blood agar both aerobically and anerobically by immediately placing blood agar plates in a 1.5 litre anaerobic jar along with anaerobic gas packs and were incubated for 4-5 days.
A bacterial colony was selected from an agar plate culture, incubated at a temperature of 35-37[degrees]C for 24 h, and suspended in a tube containing NaCl 0.9% to achieve turbidity comparable to a 0.5 McFarland standard [1,9] 1 mL of the microbial solution was added to 1 mL of each contact lens solution to achieve a 1:1 concentration.
The lag distributions of Listeria monocytogenes cells subjected to situations reproducing conditions encountered during the contamination of cheese, were studied by automated CDIA of the macroscopically visible bacterial colony growth [56].