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Synonyms for aciduric

especially of some bacteria

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Dental caries has a multifactorial disease process requiring the simultaneous occurrence of three conditions over a sufficient length of time: 1) susceptible tooth and host; 2) acidogenic, aciduric bacteria; and 3) fermentable carbohydrates.
2006] and its population of aciduric bacteria to drop dramatically in a matter of months [Lula et al.
mutans are considered the most cariogenic microorganisms in dental biofilm due to their capacity to use dietary carbohydrates such as sucrose, to synthesize extracellular polysaccharides (EPS) and because of their acidogenic and aciduric properties.
TABLA II DISTRIBUCION PORCENTUAL DE LOS RECUENTOS (UFC/G) DE MICROORGANISMOS ACIDURICOS, AEROBIOS MESOFILOS (32[grados]C), MOHOS, LEVADURAS Y STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS EN 63 UNIDADES DE MUESTRA DE ENSALADAS A BASE DE MOLUSCOS Y VEGETALES (DE MAYO 2004 A MARZO 2005) / PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF THE COUNTS (CFUIG) OF ACIDURIC MICROORGANISMS, MESOPHILICS (32[grados]C), MOULDS, YEASTS AND STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS IN 63 SAMPLE UNITS SHELLFISH AND VEGETABLE'S SALAD (FROM MAY 2004 TO MARCH 2005).
These cassettes can quickly monitor airborne yeast, mold and aciduric microorganisms in critical areas.
Key words: bacillus, aciduric, effervescence, spore-formers, lysine decarboxylase, cadaverine.
Streptococcusmutans being aciduric is the most cariogenic bacteria.
6-8) Transition from oral health to oral disease, such as dental caries, is characterized by structural and metabolic changes in the oral biofilm (7,9) creating a kind of acidification that favors proliferation of acidogenic and aciduric microbiota harboring Streptococcus mutans and Lactobacillus spp, to name just a few, which produce a rapid fermentation of carbon hydrates, thus generating pH decrease up to a point in which significant demineralization of teeth occurs.