Cereus


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Synonyms for Cereus

genus of much-branched treelike or shrubby cacti with pronounced ribs and rounded needlelike spines and nocturnal flowers usually white

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Occurrence and survival of Enterotoxigenic Bacillus cereus from some Nigeria flour--based foods.
The selected organism is identified as Bacillus cereus through morphologically and genetically
Fatal pneumonia among metalworkers due to inhalation exposure to Bacillus cereus containing Bacillus anthracis toxin genes.
In the present study we have evaluated the antibacterial effect of the extracts of two widely used spices in India, Cinnamomum verum and Syzygium aromaticum against two bacterial strains of food borne pathogens, Pseudomonas lundensis and Bacillus cereus, and two fungal strains of food borne pathogens, Aspergillus niger and Aspergillus flavus.
cereus isolated from acute diarrhoeal patients were not done in India.
cereus, its potential pathogenic character, the ability to grow in milk and the potential for disease upon consumption of dairy products, the organism should be considered as hazardous in pasteurized milk.
Laundry detergent compatibility of alkaline protease produced from Bacillus cereus, Microbiological Research.
Bacilus cereus is an important food borne pathogen, which causes two distinct types of food poisoning i.
cereus Culture Collection University of Gothenburg 7414.
He and his team recently tested a prototype of their system on saliva spiked with HIV and Bacillus cereus, a bacterium related to the one that causes anthrax.
The uncanny ability of the two creators to project a dramatic atmosphere manifests itself in their first operatic venture, Night-blooming Cereus, originally written for CBC Radio in 1959 and transferred to the stage a year later.
The gram-positive bacteria Streptomyces californicus and Bacillus cereus are known inhabitants of water-damaged buildings, and the gram-negative bacterium Pseudomonas fluorescens is found in many indoor and outdoor environments.
Cereus bacteria was the cause of the food-poisoning outbreak Saturday which sickened more than 300 people who ate ''mochi,'' or rice cakes, in a kindergarten in Kumamoto Prefecture, southwestern Japan, Kumamoto city health officials said Thursday.
The article in the March 2001 issue of the Journal regarding the nontypical Bacillus cereus outbreak was very interesting.
Cereus can lift the Eastern Province Cup over two and a quarter miles at Fairview today (1.