Then, the viability
of promastigotes was indicated at 0, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 72 h by flow cytometry using PI and microscopic method using TB.
is defined as more than 28 weeks and more than 1 kg.
According to the authors, pollen viability
decreased from 6 hours after anthesis, and only a very small percentage of pollen germinated after 1 to 3 days.
Short-Term Exposure to Verapamil in Combination with Sorafenib Has Little Effect on the Viability
of Cancer and Noncancer Cells Growing under Routine Culture Conditions.
(20) Further, Defendants contended that "a woman's right to [an] abortion before viability
was not absolute and must be weighed against the state's interest in protecting the fetus and mother." (21) Thus, it was Defendants' position that the implementation of H.B.
The financial considerations for the acquisition of Viability
were not disclosed.
The rating agency looks at the operating environment and viability
factors the financial profile factors are considered in assigning ratings.
However, different cell lines and models exhibit various sensitivity ranges and any compound, at sufficiently high concentration, may compromise cell viability
. The concentration threshold at which the compound significantly affects viability
is termed "cytotoxic concentration." This means that from a certain exposure and higher, the cell will enter a mode that will significantly compromise its functionality and will eventually lead to its elimination.
The effects of overrun and glycerol as a cryoprotectant on viability
of probiotics in frozen yogurt were investigated.
The problem of low financial viability
of Latvian companies is getting more and more serious.
Summary: Christopher Gleadle, Author, Trainer and Consultant for Sustainable Viability
at The CMG Consultancy looks at the growing importance of Sustainable Viability
Preservation of bacteria is paramount for many fields of research due to the importance of maintaining the bacterial genetic consistency and viability
(Malik & Claus 1987).