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anaerobe

, anaerobium
an organism that does not require oxygen for respiration

anaerobe

[′an·ə‚rōb]
(biology)
An organism that does not require air or free oxygen to maintain its life processes.
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Fowotade, "Profile of anaerobic bacteriology of middle ear aspirates in a developing country: Does immunocompromise play a role?" Anaerobe, vol.
* Brain Heart Infusion agar (Difco, Becton Dickinson and Co., Sparks, MD), a general, nonselective microbial medium for anaerobes and facultative microorganisms (A/FA);
fragilis grows towards the bottom of the thioglycollate broth because it is an anaerobe, and it only grows on the anaerobic blood agar plate (BAP).
Cutaneous abscess below the waist have often been found to be caused by colonic flora anaerobes including Bacteroides fragilis.
Sulphite reducing anaerobes - Clostridia spores in particular - can be useful indicators of intermittent and remote faecal contamination.
* Making physical education programs and differentiating the requirements for each study year and class, that traces the useful indicators in the perception of the anaerobe effort's capacity at pupils of both sexes.
Image Atlas Series: Anaerobe Morphology; Cytology, Hematology; Histology; Infectious Disease Pathology; Renal Pathology; Virology
June 24-27, 2008 ANAEROBE 2008 The 9th Biennial Congress of the Anaerobe Society of the Americas Marriott Hotel Long Beach, CA, USA http://www.anaerobe.org
For lull details of Lab M's anaerobe media, which includes the Gold Standard Fastidious Anaerobe Agar and Broth, and Brazier's CCEY Agar for Clostridium difficile isolation:
When subculture of the same colony for aero-tolerance testing was done, it showed no growth, which confirmed it to be anaerobe. Biochemical identification and antibiotic sensitivity testing by E-test strip.
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Only the organisms with no growth aerobically were considered as obligate anaerobes and others were considered as facultative anaerobe.