CFU


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CFU

abbr.
colony-forming unit

CFU

Abbreviation for colony-forming unit.

CFU

see colony-forming units.
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The obtained results followed a nonparametric distribution that can be attributed to the fact that number of CFUs is highly variable among individuals and does not follow a consistent pattern.
The script for the narration was written by several longtime CFU collaborators and friends--the British artists and writers Anthony Davies, Emma Hedditch, and Howard Slater--based on a series of group conversations.
The CFU's financial statement for the end of 2010 reveals it had net debts of $242,000 , including $376,000 owed to Warner - who had been the CFU president - for a loan he made to the organisation.
Warner and Bin Hammam have been suspended pending the investigation into allegations they paid bribes at a meeting of CFU officials in Trinidad on May 10 and 11.
The CFU values in depend on the tested room and used the air sampler.
The equation found from the standard growth curve was then used to determine the number of CFU in each tube.
With the standard plate count method, all distinct CFU on the surface of the medium are counted either with the naked eye or with the aid of magnification to some degree.
Tap water, 40% ethanol, and 40% ethanol gel yielded no significant reductions in CFU (Table).
Analysis of the CFU assays showed a reduction in the number of bacterial colonies for several of the experimental serial dilutions.
But Made accused the CFU of portraying blacks as incompetent farmers in its bid to stop the government's black resettlement programme.
On the basis of the CFU calculations, a titer not detectable by PCR was concentrated to easily detectable concentrations.
They did not attack the farm manager, whose family was away, but ordered him to leave, a CFU spokesman said.