axenic culture


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axenic culture

a pure culture of parasites.
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Antibiotics and their optimum concentration for axenic culture of marine microalgae.
During maintenance on axenic culture, this strain had its virulence attenuated, losing their ability to cause lesions in tissues.
Cardiac valve and heparinized blood specimens were injected into cell and axenic cultures (5,16).
Standard microbiological Petri-dish techniques were employed for determining the effectiveness of each treatment against mold fungi in axenic culture. The mold fungi evaluated were: Stachybotrys chartarum, Aspergillus niger, Penicillium brevicompactum, and Cladosporium cladosporioides.
Complete developmental cycle of Leishmania mexicana in axenic culture. Parasitology 108: 1-9.
The phytopathogenic fungus Claviceps purpurea (Fr.:Fr.) Tul., for example, produces an extracellular [Beta]-1,3-glucanase in axenic culture, and it was assumed that this enzyme is involved in degradation of callose protecting the host's vascular tissue (Brockmann et al., 1992).
Shoot tip culture in mango: influence of medium, genotype, explant factors, season and decontamination treatments on phenolic exudation, explant survival and axenic culture establishment.
Sugarcane Biotechnology: Axenic Culture, Gene Transfer, and Transgene Expression.
Degradation of isolated grass mesophyll, epidermis and fiber cell walls in the rumen and cellulolytic rumen bacteria in axenic culture. Journal of Applied Bacteriology, v.60, p.327-336, 1986.
Axenized trophozoites were grown and maintained in axenic culture in 2% Bacto Casitone supplemented with 10% fetal bovine serum (Equitech-bio, Kerville, Tex USA) and 1% antibiotics.