vegetative cell

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vegetative cell

one of two primary cells formed within the pollen grains of GYMNOSPERMS, which elongates to form a slender POLLEN TUBE.
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in which high concentrations (50 mM) of magnesium salts are included to maintain osmotic pressure in order to allow the protists to grow synchronously as vegetative cells in a medium of high nitrogen content followed by that of high carbon content for lipid production (26).
The vegetative cell cytoplasm is very dense, filled with numerous small vesicles, mitochondria, lipidic globules, amyloplasts and ERr with extended cisternae.
a) Inoculum medium (broth) Luria Synthetic Bertanii Inoculum age (h) 24-36 72 24-36 72 Vegetative cells present/2 [cm.
However, no difference was evident between DNA extracted from vegetative cells and spore, since DNA of the spore is derived from DNA of the vegetative cells (Fitz-James and Young, 1959).
The thematic map by NDVI has shown the spatially concentrated approach of vegetative and non vegetative cells in comparison of thematic map by supervised classification which has cells intermingled in respect of vegetation and non vegetation.
In vegetative cells, hoop-like cortical microtubules underlie the cell wall during interphase.
The infection is particularly problematic, researchers say, when three factors are present: coexisting conditions, including advanced age; disturbed intestinal microbia as a result of antibiotic therapy or antitumor drugs; and exposure to vegetative cells or spores of C.
enteriditis at 60,000 psi and 50 C for 5 minutes resulted in less than a 1-log reduction of vegetative cells.
Widespread in the environment, the spores of these organisms arc more resistant than vegetative cells to physical and chemical change, and to chlorination, often surviving in water for long periods.
The vegetative cells could be killed by acid in the stomach, but the spores are resistant to acid and pass through the stomach into the small bowel.