aerobiosis


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life sustained in the presence of air or oxygen

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Para separar los tubos de control (no contaminados) que presentaban turbidez, la prueba se realizo por duplicado utilizando el medio de tioglicolato en las mismas condiciones de incubacion de temperatura y aerobiosis descritas anteriormente, y durante 48 horas.
7 bpm; it can be concluded that the achieved values fall within the maximal higher aerobiosis effort (relative steady state/stamina/ ergostasis) (figure 4).
The cultivation of LAB was carried out in MRS agar (Difco, Sparks, USA) in conditions of aerobiosis and anaerobiosis, with incubation at 30[degrees]C for 48h and yeasts were grown in PDA Agar (Himedia, Mumbai, India) and tartaric acid 10% at 25[degrees]C for 72h.
Each isolate was maintained by sub-culturing the strain once every seven days on Sabouraud-Dextrose Agar (SDA, Difco Laboratories, Sparks, MD, USA) at 35[degrees]C in aerobiosis.
Development of the yeast flora of whole-crop maize during ensiling and during subsequent aerobiosis.
As endurance sport is predominantly associated with aerobiosis [183], and therefore recruitment of type l muscle fibres, this may question the validity of such findings.
mimus, se utilizo el metodo de macrodilucion, mediante el cual, fueron reconstituidas a temperatura ambiente dos especies bacterianas que se mantenian congeladas y, posteriormente, cultivadas en medio solido (agar sangre y Mc Conckey BBL), a 37[grados]C por 24 h en condiciones de aerobiosis en estufa de cultivo (Memert).
71) This might reflect the fact that DvM enzyme had been purified under strict anaerobiosis and was active as isolated, whereas Dg enzyme was prepared under aerobiosis as an inactive unready state, which could be activated only after prolonged incubation under [H.
Finalmente, las placas de agar Mueller Hinton, con 5% de sangre de carnero, con la siembra de Streptococcus pneumoniae y con los discos impregnados con los extractos de las plantas, fueron incubadas a 37[grados]C por 48 horas en aerobiosis.
En los casos de encefalitis los cultivos bacterianos se realizaron a partir de macerados de medula oblonga cultivados en agar sangre Columbia a 37[grados]C en aerobiosis.
Posteriormente, estos tubos fueron incubados a una temperatura de 36 [grados]C en aerobiosis durante 18 horas.
Se cultivo en agar fresco Charcoal (Difco) con sangre de caballo, incubada en aerobiosis a 35[grados]C por 6 dias.