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aer·o·gen·ic , aerogenous (ār-ō-jen'ik, -oj'ĕ-nŭs),
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aerogenic adjective Gas-producing—e.g., aerogenic fermentation; “gas-forming” is increasingly preferred.
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aerogenic Gas-producing–eg, aerogenic fermentation
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aer·o·gen·ic , aerogenous (ār'ō-jen'ik, ăr-oj'ĕ-nŭs)
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Vibrio furnissii (formerly aerogenic
biogroup of Vibriofluvialis), a new species isolated from human feces and the environment.
tuberculosis along with H37Rv were grown in mice after aerogenic
The aim of this study was to establish data on the microbial level in selected areas of health care units in order to improve the quality of air, to prevent air contamination and decrease the incidence of aerogenic
Wound infection with aerogenic
Aeromonas strains: a review of twenty-seven cases.
A guinea pig model of low-dose Mycobacterium bovis aerogenic
If exposed skunks and raccoons foraging around people's homes leave infectious excreta, these may serve as the fomites for the presumably aerogenic