Hafnia


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Hafnia

[′haf·ne·ə]
(microbiology)
A genus of bacteria in the family Enterobacteriaceae; motile rods that can utilize citrate as the only source of carbon.
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Fresh off the plane and checked in at the comfortable Hotel Hafnia close to Torshavn's pretty harbour, we headed to the nearby Barbara Fish House for the first of several incredible meals on our trip.
Common ceramic coatings include alumina, titania, zirconia, alumina-magnesia, hafnia, silicon carbide, silicon nitride, and boron carbide, as well as oxides of many of these materials.
The UK Continent-US Atlantic coast route, basis 37,000 mt, dropped to Worldscale 100 Tuesday as the Hafnia Andromeda was heard on subjects to Spain's Cepsa loading 37,000 mt of gasoline in Algeciras October 24 for a trans-Atlantic voyage at that level.
5 Hafnia alvei, and 2 Citrobacter freundii isolates.
Los generos de importancia veterinaria son Citrobacter, Edwardsiella, Enterobacter, Escherichia, Hafnia, Morganella, Proteus, Salmonella, Serratia y Shigella (Quinn et al.
Performance of vitrified wheels can be improved by varying the type of abrasive grain used like usage of sintered sol-gel alumina in the place of fused alumina [4], sintered alumina with silica enriched surface [5], alpha alumina with dispersed second phase of zirconia or hafnia [6] and durable sol-gel derived alumina [7], to name a few.
Se identificaron abundantes especies bacterianas en leche cruda de cabra, tales como Serratia liquefaciens, Morganella morganii, Hafnia alvei, Klebsiella oxytoca y Yersinia enterocolitica.
Taken together, the microbiome composition in both groups exhibits substantial differences, and thus it can be hypothesized that presence of minority representatives as Hafnia alvei, Proteus vulgaris, Staphylococcus lugdunensis, or Enterobacter cloacae in the wound can significantly influence the infection severity.
Small notes glossing occasional dialectal or archaic words appear on the same page as the poetic text; for example, in the Introduction to Canto First in Marmion the name 'Hafnia' is glossed as Copenhagen, Hafnia being the Latin name for that city.
coli, Serratia odorefiraf Hafnia alvei AM/TI/NA Pseudom onas aeruginosa AM/TE/GEN Proteus vulgaris AM/TE/C Providencia sp.