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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In the same fashion, Degirmencioglu et al [35] also reported that psychotropic aerobic bacteria are inhibited more in minced meat under vacuum packaging when compared to MAP applications.
All of the following-swab samples were incubated 24-hours at 25-30[degrees] C to determine aerobic bacteria count/inch (2) and/or incubated 72-hours 25-30[degrees] C to determine yeast-mold-fungi count/inch (2).
The Davao Thermo Biotech Corporation has invested in hyperthermophilic aerobic bacteria, an idea that is way cooler than it sounds.
Aerobic bacteria were cultured and counted on nutrient agar medium (Guangdong Huankai Microbial Science and Technology Co., Ltd., Guangzhou, China), yeasts were counted on potato dextrose agar (Guangdong Huankai Microbial Science and Technology Co., Ltd., Guangzhou, China) acidified with a sterilized tartaric acid solution to pH 3.5.
Total aerobic bacteria in oysters from the open water (harvestable waters) remained below 6 log CFU/g throughout the study period while closed canal (nonharvestable waters) and market samples reached above 6 log CFU/g.
Determination of total aerobic bacteria and fungus numbers in the samples belonging to the trams and the isolated microorganisms
The objective of this study was to identify the aerobic bacteria in the oral cavity of captive Bothrops atrox suffering from stomatitis.
Yeasts were counted on potato dextrose agar (PDA) medium (Shanghai Bio-way Technology Co., Ltd.), and aerobic bacteria were counted on nutrient agar (AN) medium (Qingdao Hope Bio-technology Co., Ltd.) agar plates were kept in incubator at 370C for 3d.
Furthermore, as the worms eat, they excrete castings that are full of aerobic bacteria and microbes that stick to wood shavings and rocks to capture and digest waste as water percolates down.
Standard agar plate methods were used for microbial enumeration; plate count agar (PCA; 5.0 g tryptone, 2.5 g yeast extract, 1.0 g dextrose, 15.0 g agar, and 1-liter distilled water) was used for total aerobic bacteria count [11, 12]; violet red bile agar (VRBA, 41.5 g of VRBA in 1 liter distilled water; HiMedia Laboratories Pvt.
coli, coliforms and aerobic bacteria, with log reductions ranging between 1.07 and 3.06.