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psychrophilic

[‚sī·krə′fil·ik]
(physiology)
Relating to the ability to live and grow at low temperatures.
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In this study, total aerobic psychrophilic count in raw mussel was 6.18[+ or -]0.11 log cfu/g.
The object of the present study is the psychrophilic demo-sponge Amphilectus lobatus (Montagu, 1814) (Demospongiae: Poecilosclerida), a widespread species in the White Sea.
Zeeman, "Challenge of psychrophilic anaerobic wastewater treatment," Trends in Biotechnology, vol.
Steen, "Structural and functional properties of isocitrate dehydrogenase from the psychrophilic bacterium Desulfotalea psychrophila reveal a cold-active enzyme with an unusual high thermal stability," Journal of Molecular Biology, vol.
Properties of the endogenous components of the thioredoxin system in the psychrophilic eubacterium Pseudoalteromonas haloplanktis TAC 125.
Counts of total mesophilic aerobic (TMA) [6] and total psychrophilic aerobic (TPA) [7] bacteria and Enterobacteriaceae were determined on plate count agar (for TMA and TPA) and Violet Red Bile Glucose Agar (VRBGA), respectively.
Accordingly, groups of acidophilic and alkaliphilic, psychrophilic and thermophilic, halophilic and haloalkaliphilic, and xerophilic actinomycetes have been described [7, 8].
Jin et al., "Structural and dynamic features of cold-shock proteins of Listeria monocytogenes, a psychrophilic bacterium," Biochemistry, vol.
This value was higher than the value of 0.06 [m.sup.3]C[H.sub.4].kg [COD.sup.-1] reported in an UAF treating low strength domestic wastewater and operating under similar conditions of OLR and temperature (Kobayashi et al., 1983), but lower than those observed in an UAF treating synthetic domestic sewage (0.15 [m.sup.3]C[H.sub.4].kg [COD.sup.-1]) operating under psychrophilic conditions (15-17 o C)(Martin et al., 2010).
The foodborne pathogens such as Listeriamonocytogenes and other psychrophilic bacteria (Pseudomonas spp.
The prepared Petri plates as well as the plates from the 6-stage Andersen impactor were incubated under the following conditions: 1 day (37[degrees]C) + 3 days (22[degrees]C) + 3 days (4[degrees]C), to allow development of a whole spectrum of bacterial strains including psychrophilic ones.