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sublethal

 [sub-le´thal]
insufficient to cause death.

sub·le·thal

(sŭb-lē'thăl),
Not quite lethal.

sublethal

/sub·le·thal/ (-le´thal) insufficient to cause death.

sublethal

(sŭb-lē′thəl)
adj.
Less than lethal: sublethal dosages.

sub·le′thal·ly adv.

sublethal

adjective Referring to that which does not kill a cell or organism, but usually forces adaptation for survival

sub·le·thal

(sŭb-lē'thăl)
Slightly less than lethal.

sublethal

insufficient to cause death.
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The broth contains nutrients that aid the resuscitation of sublethally damaged cells of Campylobacter.
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The growth of heat-treated pathogens is likely to differ from that of unheated pathogens, since a portion of the heated pathogens may be inactivated, and others may be sublethally injured.