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filtrate

a liquid or gas that has been filtered
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filtrate

[′fil‚trāt]
(science and technology)
The discharge liquor in filtration. Also known as mother liquor; strong liquor.
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We diluted 20 [mu]L of 10% fecal filtrates in an appropriate volume of chlorine stock solutions to achieve a series of total chlorine concentrations of 5-5,000 ppm.
The present investigations were undertaken to evaluate the effects of bacterial strains and isolates cultures and filtrates, on early developmental stages of the parasite and to explore their potential for deployment as a component of an integrated management strategy.
parahaemolyticus, were lysed by at least one of the phage filtrates (Table 3).
The filtrates was prepared by adding 300 ml from potato dextrose broth which was prepared in (2-b) into eight flasks (500 ml size), each flask were inoculated with two disc (1cm diameters) of 5day old culture on PDA, one from A.
We also tested cell-free filtrates and organic and aqueous/methanol extracts of the cultures in larval settlement assays.
Culture filtrates of different species of Trichoderma are known to exhibit herbicidal activity against little seed canary grass (Phalaris minor Retz.) and R.
The filtrate was all collected and concentrated up to 10% of the original (v/v) in a vacuum rotary evaporator at 40-45 [degrees]C.
Culture filtrates of these fungi were then filtered through sterile cotton wool and membrane filter (0.2 pm) under sterile condition to obtain cell-free filtrates (Calistru et al., 1997).