microaerophilic


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microaerophilic

[¦mī·krō¦er·ə¦fil·ik]
(microbiology)
Pertaining to those microorganisms requiring free oxygen but in very low concentration for optimum growth.
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To verify suitable condition for growth and Cr(VI) reduction, consortium-SN6 was inoculated to LB broth spiked with 3mM hexavalent chromium as [K.sub.2][Cr.sub.2][O.sub.7] and incubated at 37[degrees]C under shaking (in a rotary shaker 120 rpm) as well as microaerophilic (static) condition.
For the confirmation of positive results, a loop from the remaining Bolton broth, that was not heated, was plated on modified charcoal cefoperazone deoxycholate agar (mCCDA) (Oxoid) and incubated at 42 [+ or -] 0.5[degrees]C for 48h under microaerophilic conditions (bioMerieux, 2015).
A flamed inoculation loop was used to pick a single sparkling colony and streaked on the surface of a freshly amended BHI blood agar plate and incubated under microaerophilic conditions at 37[degrees]C for another 3-7 days to obtain pure cultures of H.
Culture plates were incubated at microaerophilic condition, 37[degrees]C and high humidity for 5-7 days.
Coli, and various Streptococcus species (peptostreptococci, nonhemolytic streptococci, microaerophilic streptococci, and [beta]-hemolytic streptococci of groups A, B, and C) [2, 3].
The blood culture media plates were incubated to identify aerobic and microaerophilic bacteria.
[10] Rich media is required for this species to thrive and they are generally characterized by their ability to exist in both aerobic and anaerobic environments, earning the classification microaerophilic, and their ability to manufacture lactic acid.
By increasing the oxygen, you have the ability to make the environment unfavorable for rapid proliferation of anaerobic or microaerophilic bacteria that do not survive a highly oxygen-rich environment.
Once at the laboratorio de Microbiologia Veterinaria from Universidad Nacional Experimental "Francisco de Miranda", in order to avoid more than 24 h after sampling, specimens were inoculated on primary isolation culture media on plates (MacConkey, salad mannitol, Saboraud and 5% bovine defibrinated blood agar) (HiMedia Laboratories, Mumbay, India), and incubated at 37[degrees]C in aerobic atmosphere, except blood plates which were submitted to microaerophilic conditions (C[O.sub.2] 5-10%).
The calculations are based on the laboratory's daily and monthly number of samples processed for anaerobic and microaerophilic cultivation.
Actinomycosis is a torpid, slowly progressive type of infection caused by microaerophilic or anaerobic bacteria that usually colonize the mouth, colon, and vagina (4).