• Staphylococcus epidermis et Staphylococcus warneri ) et identifiées au moyen d'une analyse des acides gras et d'une analyse des séquences de l'ARN ribosomal 16S. (gc.ca)
  • La levure (champignon unicellulaire) Pityrosporum ovale va proliférer au détriment de deux bactéries Corynebacterium acnes et Staphylococcus epidermidis . (techniques-ingenieur.fr)
  • Une activité anti-bactérienne a été rapportée par des chercheurs japonais sur la souche Staphylococcus epidermidis (12). (mangersantebio.org)
  • Plant tissues are collections of similar cells performing related functions. (jove.com)
  • Early response of the first cell layers including epidermal cells is decisive for the result of plant-pathogen interactions. (inserm.fr)
  • The epidermis regains vitality and the dermis is re-plumped, thus smoothing down the fine lines of dehydration. (docplayer.fr)
  • Kind code of ref document: Ref legal event code: Country of ref document: Year of fee payment: Human skin consists of three compartments, namely a superficial compartment, the epidermis, dermis and a deep compartment, the hypodermis. (aliosmitb.se)
  • Different plant tissues will have their own specialized roles and can be combined with other tissues to form organs such as flowers, fruit, stem, and leaves. (jove.com)
  • D'après The Plant List, les synonymes sont : Aloe arborea Medik. (wikipedia.org)
  • The epidermis is the first cellular barrier in direct contact with the environment in both animal and plant organisms. (inserm.fr)
  • This plant can also be used for grooming the animal, as it aims to make its coat shiny and more resistant, or even to moisturize its skin. (missproutprout.com)
  • (EN) A process for extracting plant fibers by separating fibers from raw leaves of a plant, wherein the storability of the raw leaves is improved and raw yarns can be mass-produced therefrom by rapidly freezing the collected raw leaves for storage, slowly thawing the frozen leaves, and removing the mesophyll therefrom. (wipo.int)