• AAPB
  • Current data suggests that marine bacteria have generation times of several days, whereas new evidence exists that shows AAPB to have a much shorter generation time. (wikipedia.org)
  • obligately
  • The realization that the synthesized BChl a by obligately aerobic heterotrophs led to further research to determine their phylogenetic and taxonomic positions, in order to hopefully reveal their evolutionary origin. (wikipedia.org)
  • halophilic
  • Selenite reducing heterotrophic non-halophilic aerobic bacteria revived from 3.5 months freeze storage could successfully reduce toxic tellurite to non toxic elemental form and produced extracellular nanospheres during detoxification. (kit.edu)
  • H. meridiana exhibits properties of both halotolerant and slightly halophilic bacteria, and as a result a new term, haloversatile, describes the salinity tolerance of this organism better than the traditional terms. (wikipedia.org)
  • hydrocarbons
  • Throughout the experiment, phylotypes associated with the aerobic degradation of hydro- carbons, including polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) (Cycloclasticus) and alkanes (Alcanivorax, Oleibacter, and Oceano- spirillales strain ME113), substantively increased in oiled mesocosms, collectively representing 2% of the pyrosequences in the oiled sediments at day 21. (cranfield.ac.uk)
  • counts
  • 3M Food Safety has announced the global launch of the 3M™ Petrifilm™ Rapid Aerobic Count Plate, the next generation of a trusted, accurate and easy test that can detect aerobic bacteria counts in just 24 hours for most food matrices. (tri-mach.com)
  • Based on the mean aerobic bacteria counts, the high-risk items were the sponge and mop from the housekeeping cart, the toilet basin, the bathroom floor, the bathroom sink, and the main light switch. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • strains
  • Three strains (C4, C6 and C7) of selenite reducing and nanoparticle forming aerobic bacteria which were isolated from agricultural soils of India containing high concentrations of Se were investigated after 3.5 months of freeze-storage for their resistance against the toxic oxyanion tellurite and its reduction to non toxic elemental form Te0 as well as nanoparticles formation. (kit.edu)
  • To this end, strains of a phytopathogenic bacteria, called pathovars, are distinguished by cultural (selective media), physiological, biochemical (e.g. secreted enzymes the chemical responses of the plant), or pathological characteristics (including the range of susceptible hosts). (wikipedia.org)
  • Recently, two strains of this bacteria - subsp. (wikipedia.org)
  • organic matter
  • Seawater sulfate ions diffusing toward animal carcasses enabled sulfate-reducing bacteria to oxidize the reactive organic matter of these remains, but the sulfide produced reacted promptly with the abundant Fe2+ ions of the pore water and pyrite precipitated right on the organic remains. (wikipedia.org)
  • beneficial
  • If you have a type of filter that uses media that you rinse out, rather than replace, rinse the filter media in chlorine free water (such as old pond water that you've removed during water changes) so that you don't kill the beneficial bacteria that live in the filter media. (schnarrsblog.com)
  • Beneficial bacteria that break down waste grow on just about every surface in the water, but are most numerous where there is porous material and the water flow is swift - conditions that exist inside a filter. (schnarrsblog.com)
  • If I dunked the filter parts in chlorinated water and scrubbed off the thin film that is all over the parts, I would be doing harm to my water quality because I would be removing beneficial bacteria that are helping and not in the way. (schnarrsblog.com)
  • You probably thought this white growth was some sort of fungus but it is actually a type of beneficial aerobic bacteria that assists in decomposition of organic material. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • plate
  • Proven to be as reliable as Standard Methods Agar, the 3M Petrifilm Rapid Aerobic Count Plate offers a faster time-to-result, technology that reduces the impact of spreader colonies, and a simplified inoculation area to drive greater efficiency and reduce costly retesting and delayed results. (tri-mach.com)
  • The new 3M Petrifilm Rapid Aerobic Count Plate has received certification (#121403) from the AOAC® INTERNATIONAL Performance Tested Methods℠ (PTM) program inserts. (tri-mach.com)
  • sponge
  • For example the sponge picks up large particles and takes them out of circulation while the bacteria that live in the tiny holes in the sponge digest the water pollutants and turn them into less toxic substances. (schnarrsblog.com)
  • important
  • The ability to accurately and efficiently enumerate aerobic bacteria is important to food and beverage processors, who need to make time-sensitive decisions critical to ensuring their product quality and the stability of their manufacturing processes. (tri-mach.com)
  • conditions
  • Strain JM10 displayed very high levels of activity in aerobic conditions, consuming over 94.3% NO 3 − -N (approximately 3.06 mg L −1 ) with a maximum reduction rate of 0.108 mg NO 3 − -N L −1 h −1 . (environmental-expert.com)
  • present
  • Further, concurrent reduction of both selenite and tellurite by bacteria was examined as these toxic oxyanions are often present together in natural environments, mine tailings or wastewater from copper refining. (kit.edu)
  • Further
  • Further application of bioremediation strategies in Bodo creek for biostimulation of the crude oil biodegrading bacteria for reclamation and restoration of an efficient ecosystem structure and function is suggested. (omicsonline.org)
  • structure
  • After entering the periplasmic space of its host the Bdellovibrio bacterium forms a structure called a bdelloplast which modifies both predator's and prey's cells. (wikipedia.org)