thermotolerant


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thermotolerant

(thĕr″mō-tŏl′ĕr-ănt) [″ + L. tolerare, to tolerate]
Able to live normally in high temperature.
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The first aim of this pilot study was to determine whether a trend in increasing antibiotic resistance could be detected among clinical, thermotolerant Campylobacter isolated in Dunedin, New Zealand which might warrant a larger investigation.
Comparing a thermotolerant xylanase with a multi-enzyme blend in wheat-based broiler diets.
05) Table 5: Microbiology analysis of milk mixed from various farms (cfu/ml) Farm TVBC Total Coliform Thermotolerant (x [10.
fowleri amebae are thermotolerant, and outbreaks have been linked to steep rises in temperature (14).
A slow heating rate, long come-up times and low heating temperatures used in making sous-vide cooked foods expose microbial cells to conditions similar to heat shock, making these cells more thermotolerant.
Water quality--Detection and enumeration of coliform organisms, thermotolerant coliform organisms and presumptive Escherichia coli--Part 2: Multiple tube (most probable number) method.
To provide true thermal susceptibility data of the targeted insects for developing rapid and effective treatment processes and to determine the most thermotolerant life stage, a unique heating block system was developed at WSU.
Thermotolerant fecal indicator organisms carried by migratory waterfowl may serve as reservoirs of antibiotic resistance.
Comparison and recovery of Escherichia coli and thermotolerant coliforms in water with a chromogenic medium incubated at 41 and 44.
Our initial isolation technique selected all thermotolerant enterococci in the fecal sample.
Prevalence of thermotolerant species of Campylobacter and their biotypes in children and domestic birds and dogs in southern Chile.