microorganism

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a minute organism usually producing disease

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The demand for natural compounds with antifungal activity, in order to inhibit food spoilage by microrganisms, which are more likely to develop in rich matrices of carbohydrates and in median water activity, may be a solution to limit the use of chemicals antifungal (Botre et al.
In food processing plants the microrganism may remain from months to years due to its ability to form biofilm, being detected by laboratory tests even after sanitization (TODD & NOTERMANS, 2011; MENDONCA et al.
Number of gram positive and gram negative microrganisms retain significant biological activities, Monomers display the activity but the polymers showed improvement in antibacterial and antifungal activities [14].
Wall to wall carpet flooring traps dust, bacteria and microrganisms.
Isolation and characterization of diesel oil degrading indigenous microrganisms in Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa.
aureus are composed by certain superficial components, including adhesion molecules, peptidoglycan and protein A, which allow these microrganisms to evade the host immune system (Ladhani, Joannou, Lochrie, Evans, & Poston, 1999; Dinges, Orwin, & Schlievert, 2000; Foster, 2005).
1] In particular, the contribution to the total value of TSR by roots and by the largest community of microrganisms was evident in the row position.
Macrophages produce nitric oxide and reactive oxygen species for killing of microrganisms (DiSalvo, 1971).
Curcumin, resveratrol, quercetin, and the like are actually insecticides, antifungals, and neurotoxins that the plants make to ward off predators and infectious microrganisms.
The effects of agricultural chemical compounds on soil microrganisms differ with the chemical used.
With the newly developed processing method, by setting an electrolysis device in the main pipe to generate hypochlorous acid and enhancing the sterilization effect with the company's original "stirring device", it has been possible to disinfect microrganisms in ballast water, including those in the size of 50micro-m or larger.
Degradation of soluble and insoluble proteins by Bacteroides amytophilus protease and by rumen microrganisms.
Organic and sustainable farmers are trying to halt the rust with aggressive applications of EM microrganisms to both soil and leaves.