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 present study was aimed to determine the prevalence and the antimicrobial resistance patterns of thermotolerant Campylobacter spp.
These results suggest that increase in Wap65 gene may play important roles in high water temperature environment of crucian carp, which would be beneficial to investigate fish modulation by thermal treatment and establish a scientific base for breeding of thermotolerant fish.
The raw samples before the filtration process contained high counts of thermotolerant coliform (1000-1100 CFU/100mL).
Along with Escherichia coli, thermotolerant coliforms (TTC) are a WHO-approved indicator of fecal contamination.
Efforts to enhance the glutamate content of soy sauce by means of salt and thermotolerant glutaminases have attracted much attention.
Comparison and recovery of Escherichia coli and thermotolerant coliforms in water with a chromogenic medium incubated at 41 and 44.
Market surveillance for contamination with thermotolerant campylobacters on various categories of chicken meat in Switzerland.
Thermotolerant coliforms were confirmed using Escherichia coli broth (44.
A concurrent effect of the combination of radiation and heat can also be detected in thermotolerant cells when single radiation doses of 2-4 Gy is used, but this result may change depending on the cell type and tolerance.