axenic culture


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axenic culture

[ā′zen·ik ′kəl·chər]
(biology)
The growth of organisms of a single species in the absence of cells or living organisms of any other species.
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In a re-association experiment, cells from the heterotrophic culture were added to an axenic culture of the Anabaena sp.
Because the particles were assumed to be bacterial pathogens, efforts were made to produce an axenic culture of the ameba isolate, and 16S rRNA PCR was performed to identify any intracellular bacteria.
The axenic culture medium 199 supplemented by 5% of calf newborn serum was used.
Aquatic plants stimulate the growth of and biofilm formation by Mycobacterium ulcerans in axenic culture and harbor these bacteria in the environment.
donovani strain MHOM/ET/67/L82 were grown in axenic culture at 37 [degrees]C in SM medium (Cunningham 1977) at pH 5.
Activities of phenol oxidizing enzymes of ectomycorrhizal fungi in axenic culture and in symbiosis with Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.
Development of media formulations permitting axenic culture of marine pathogens has enabled scientists to study the growth of parasites, their virulence factors and host-parasite interactions.
A morphological description must await achieving axenic culture, but the partial sequence of the SSUrDNA has been given the GenBank accession numbers AF228362 and AF228363 for the V1, and V2 and V3 regions of the SSUrDNA, respectively.
Continuous growth of bloodstream forms of Trypanosoma brucei brucei in an axenic culture system containing a low concentration of serum.
Aquatic plants stimulate the growth of and biofilm formation by Myeobacterium ulcerans in axenic culture and harbor these bacteria in the environment.
About 100 [micro]l of the culture medium with 105 amastigotes from axenic culture with or without a serial drug dilution was seeded in 96-well microtiter plates.