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microculture

(mī′krō-kŭl′chər)
n.
1. Biology A small-scale culture of microorganisms, cells, or tissues.
2. Sociology The distinctive culture of a small group of people within a limited geographical area or within an organization such as a school or business.
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Physicians at Top Quartile hospitals showed significantly more agreement of the Best Practices, Unit Microculture, Physician Oversight, and Maternal Agency scales, and significantly less agreement with the Fear of Vaginal Birth and Cesarean Safety scales.
Consumer Value Systems in the Age of Postmodern Fragmentation: The Case of the Natural Health Microculture. Journal of Consumer Research, 28 (March): 550-571.
However, in both microcultures, the rate of IBCs in Condition A2 was the same (Microculture 2) or lower (Microculture 1) than in Condition B1, and was much higher in Condition B2, when the metacontingency was again introduced.
Bicarbonate slide microcultures in triplicate were prepared using the determined optimum 20 mM buffered bicarbonate concentration.
Briefly, PC3, MDA, WM9, BPH1, K562, and HEL cells were seeded in 96-well microculture plates at the density of 5 x [10.sup.3] cells/well and incubated for 24 h to allow cell adhesion.
Weis, "Comparative field performance of potatoes from microculture," American Potato Journal, vol.
Splenocytes (1 x 105 cells/ well) isolated from one C57BL/6 mouse and one BALB/c mouse were mixed and cultured in a 96-well round-bottom microculture plate (Corning Inc., Corning, NY, USA).
Assessments include renal function, midstream urine for microculture and sensitivity, fundoscopy, full blood count, weekly cardiotocograph (CTG), and daily fetal movement chart (FMC) from 32 weeks of gestation.
The cellular effect on the HNSCC cell line Detroit 562 was investigated in vitro with the use of MTT assay in a microculture system using various incubation concentrations.
The microculture tetrazolium method was used to analyze the inhibition of the cell growth rate.
The laccase was able to detoxify the cytotoxicity of the synthetic dyes against Caco-2 and fibroblast cells, which determined using a microculture tetrazolium assay (MTT) method.