selective medium


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selective medium

[si′lek·tiv ′mē·dē·əm]
(microbiology)
A bacterial culture medium containing an individual organic compound as the sole source of carbon, nitrogen, or sulfur for growth of an organism.
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In this paper, we describe a selective medium for accurate detection and enumeration Lactococcus from milk samples.
Sparks, MD), a selective medium for oral anaerobic streptococci and oral enterococci anaerobes (S/EC)
5 ml was spread over the surface of a selective medium with the help of glass spreader.
Using a Petri dish with three-compartments, 4ml of liquid selective medium was taken from the stored bulk of liquid selective medium and was poured in a compartment of the Petri dish.
The swabs were incubated for 15 to 18h into Todd Hewitt selective medium.
A selective medium for the isolation of Beauveria tenella and Metarrhizium anisopliae.
Used alongside Rose Bengal Chloramphenicol Agar, a selective medium for the enumeration of yeasts and moulds in foods, it is proving to be an important part of any programme aiming to comprehensively monitor food products and processing.
22 [micro]m filters, added to an autoclaved medium, cooled to 50[degrees]C, and poured into Gerber jars as a selective medium.
2] sensor at the bottom of the vial and have selective medium above for the selective detection of yeast and moulds.
Methods: Spleen cells of female BALB/c mice immunized with O group red cells were fused in presence of polyethylene glycol (PEG) 1500 with a mouse myeloma cell line Sp2/0 Ag14 in hypoxanthine aminopterine thymidine (HAT) selective medium and incubated at 37[degrees]C, 5 per cent C[O.
Primary plating is done on routine 5% sheep-blood agar (SBA) and at least one selective medium, such as Cystine Tellurite blood agar (CTBA) or fresh Tinsdale medium.

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