endospore

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endospore

[′en·də‚spȯr]
(biology)
An asexual spore formed within a cell.
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The manner in which the dissociation equilibrium shifted under pressure and temperature played a decisive role in inactivating bacterial spores.
Caption: Expand and flex: Energycan be captured from bacterial spores with an absorbent cortex layer (left) that swells when wet.
In the experiment, they slathered bacterial spores on one side of a sheet of rubber,a dn when the sheet dried it curled up.
The Xenex "robot" uses pulse xenon to deliver ultraviolet (UV) light throughout patient rooms, operating rooms (ORs), equipment rooms, emergency rooms, intensive care units (ICUs) and public areas to destroy viruses, bacteria and bacterial spores in just 5-10 minutes per room.
Their research revealed that PATP-induced inactivation of bacterial spores could be enhanced in this manner, and this approach could be one way to process low-acid foods using less severe heat and pressure conditions.
Modelling Lag-Time in Predictive Microbiology with Special Reference to Lag Phase of Bacterial Spores.
Microscope examination of wet mounts from these insects revealed that all of the dead larvae contained numerous uniform, highly refractive particles reminiscent of bacterial spores.
Chapters on modeling and simulation discuss direct calculation of survival ratio and isothermal time equivalent in heat preservation processes, new kinetic models for inactivation of bacterial spores, modeling heat transfer in thermal processing, heat transfer in rotary processing of canned liquid/particle mixtures, numerical model for ohmic heating of foods, and computational fluid dynamics.
According to research, the build up of bacterial spores in the air-vents can cause health problems, particularly for those already suffering from asthma, when the system is finally used again.
According to research, the build-up of bacterial spores in the air vents can cause health problems, particularly for those already suffering from asthma, when the system is finally used again.
Certain bacterial spores lie dormant in cold, dry and airless conditions for millions of years and become activated in favourable conditions.
Bacillus cereus was used to determine the effect of microwave irradiation on bacterial spores in contaminated materials.