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pure cul·ture

in the ordinary bacteriologic sense, a culture consisting of a single species and strain of a bacterium.

pure cul·ture

(pyūr kŭl'chŭr)
In the ordinary bacteriologic sense, a culture consisting of the descendants of a single cell.

pure culture

A culture of a single form of microorganism uncontaminated by other organisms.
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DNA was then extracted from the pure cultures using the ZYMO Fungal DNA extraction kit according to the manufacturer's manual.
As indicated before, the main problem of using axenic pure cultures is the high production cost of such bio-material.
Methods: Pure cultures of five Candida species were evaluated using RS to build a limited signature library.
In this study, there was no significant difference among groups regarding their antibacterial activity, against pure cultures of E.
Preparation of pure culture of the differentiated Staphylococcus aureus
In order to isolate the pure cultures of lactic acid bacteria, the samples from various natural sources were selected: plants, fermented and fresh vegetables, kefir fungus, faeces piglets, calves and lambs, raw milk, etc.
However owing to different location of primers they amplified 509 bpsproduct corresponding to the spacer region of 16S-23S rDNA of the pure culture of isolated bacteria.
The pure culture was inoculated in 250 ml flask containing 50 ml of pre-sterilized potato dextrose broth and flasks were kept for agitation at 200 rpm in rotary shaker at 28 [+ or -] 2[degrees]C for four days.
melanogaster females raised in mixed species cultures were less fecund than those from pure cultures, while D.
Yeast-like organisms were isolated from urine samples on three consecutive days as pure cultures.
Then received single-type colonies had studied for each genus of the microbes, from the colonies there had obtained pure cultures of obligate and facultative anaerobic and aerobic microorganisms.
Researches with pure cultures of SPOB can shed some light on the role of hydrogen and formate in interspecies electron transfer.