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sporulate

(spôr′yə-lāt′)
intr.v. sporu·lated, sporu·lating, sporu·lates
To produce or release spores.

spor′u·la′tion n.
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Biotransformation of menthol (72) by sporulated surface culture of Penicillium sp.
These data add to the certainty that the cytotoxicity observed from BT products was not attributable to either PIBs present within BT products or "second generation" PIBs generated from sporulated cultures.
The impact of oral administration of sporulated coccidial oocysts on body weight gain of different groups of chicken followed by administration of berberine and B.
5 ml of mixture of sporulated oocyst of four mentioned pathogenic species of Eimeria at the end of fourth week (28 day) of age [3].
3] pooled sporulated Eimeria spp oocysts per os and observed for another 3 weeks.
The sporulated form of the bacterium is commonly found in soils, aquatic sediments, and fish.
On one of the buried cadavers, a saprophytic fungus identified as Aspergillus nomius Kurtzman, Horn & Hesseltine grew and sporulated within 48 h after the death of the termite (Fig.
The causal agent, Bacillus anthracis, was brought into factories in sporulated form with the organic matter that was contaminating the animal fibers.
Turkey poults directly inoculated with H meleagridis were allowed to commingle for 5 days with uninoculated birds that had received inoculation with 0, 103, or 104 sporulated oocysts.
It is assumed that the hydration of the rice with the food coloring allowed the Bacillus cereus spores to germinate, giving the organisms enough time, at conducive temperatures, to produce toxins as they grew and sporulated.
Within 24-48 h postmortem, the rod shaped bacteria in the dead larvae sporulated producing oval endospores and associated inclusions (Fig.