endospore


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a small asexual spore that develops inside the cell of some bacteria and algae

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5-1 mm in (1-2 mm in dia) dia) Catalase Test Negative Negative Positive Endospore Negative Negative Negative staining Motility Test Non motile Non motile Motile Indole Test Negative Negative Positive Nitrate Test Negative Negative Positive [H.
Nevertheless, occasional reports of more severe form of diarrhoeal type of illnesses, ubiquitous presence and heat-stable endospore forming nature of the organism underscore the significance of the organism.
tyrobutyricum endospores in Wisconsin cheese milks; determine the germination and growth rates of C.
Among the topics are replication of the chromosome, dynamics of DNA double-strand break repair, cell division, the organization of transcription and translation, general and regulatory proteolysis, the cell wall, the genomics and cellular biology of endospore formation, and multicellularilty and social behavior.
Spores were ovoid, with a marked gelatinous epispore and a solid, refractive endospore.
The volume's 12 chapters discuss replication of the chromosome, dynamics of DNA double-strand break repair, chromosome segregation, cell division, organization of transcription and translation, RNA-mediated regulation, general and regulatory proteolysis, the actin-like cytoskeleton, the membrane proteome, the cell wall, genomics and cellular biology of endospore formation, and multicellularity and cellular social behavior.
A gram variable, endospore forming, facultatively anaerobic, flagellated bacillus was isolated from a sample of surface soil.
Some of these compounds are even active against food spoilage bacteria and endospore formers and also against important food-borne pathogens.
On anaerobic isolation, a total of 13 bacterial isolates characterized by Gram positive, rod shaped bearing sub-terminal oval endospore, showed double hemolysis on blood agar with DNase and lecithinase activities were identified as C.
The purpose of this study was to find the best and fastest heat shock conditions that trigger the breakdown of endospore dormancy of Bacillus and give a higher luminescence signal.
The purpose of this study was to find the best conditions for triggering the breakdown of endospore dormancy.
The endospore was considerably thinner near the anchoring disk.
The Microbial Monitor uses a method of measuring bacterial endospore concentrations in an indoor environment; and correlating the measured bacterial endospore concentration to biomass in the said environment, thereby providing an indicator for said biomass.