biobubble

biobubble

[′bī·ō‚bəb·əl]
(ecology)
A model concept of the ecosphere in which all living things are considered as particles held together by nonliving forces.
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Barrier conditions consisted of the following: microisolator tops for each shoebox cage, which was then housed within a BioBubble (The Colorado Clean Room Company, Fort Collins, CO); autoclaved water, into which a sterile solution of cephadrine Velosef; E.