aerobic bacteria


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aerobic bacteria

[e′rōb·ik ‚bak′tir·ē·ə]
(microbiology)
Any bacteria requiring free oxygen for the metabolic breakdown of materials.
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0, the growth of coliform bacteria and aerobic bacteria is not inhibited (Cai et al.
Based on the mean aerobic bacteria counts, the high-risk items were the sponge and mop from the housekeeping cart, the toilet basin, the bathroom floor, the bathroom sink, and the main light switch.
Comparison of media and diluents for enumeration of aerobic bacteria from bermudagrass golf course putting greens.
At JH and CHB a de-escalation approach is used, with drugs that are effective against both [beta]-lactamase-positive aerobic bacteria and anaerobes.
With increasing depth, populations of aerobic bacteria, actinomycetes, and fungi decreased and the number of anaerobic bacteria increased.
Most infections were caused by gram-negative aerobic bacteria, which are inhabitants of the digestive tract.
Cooperative communities of anaerobic archaea and anaerobic and aerobic bacteria spawn fierce enzymes to help their symbiotic hosts digest wood into sugar in about twenty-four hours.
You probably thought this white growth was some sort of fungus but it is actually a type of beneficial aerobic bacteria that assists in decomposition of organic material.
Manuka honey has been found to be active against a broad spectrum of organisms--fungi, anaerobic and aerobic bacteria, and gram-negative and gram-positive bacteria.
Subsequently aerobic bacteria were inoculated with a multipoint-inoculator on Muller-Hinton-agar, and anaerobic bacteria on Wilkins-Chalgren-agar.
ABSTRACT An improved and rapid biochemical identification of the culturable aerobic bacteria species associated with Galician oyster production was performed by the combination of numerical taxonomy and sequencing of 16S rRNA gene.
This debunks the view among some compost-tea producers that the aerobic bacteria in compost will inhibit growth of human pathogenic bacteria when aerobic conditions and nutrient additives are present," says Ingram.