filamentous


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Synonyms for filamentous

thin in diameter

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The presence of filamentous body feathers have also been found in juveniles of Laniocera hypopyrra and Laniisoma elegans (D'Horta et al.
Actinomycoses israelii, the strain that most commonly causes human disease, are slow growing, filamentous gram-positive anaerobic bacteria that are commensal inhabitants of the human oropharynx, gastrointestinal (GI) tract and urogenital tract.
8,871,493 "Transformation system in the field of filamentous fungal hosts" by the United States Patent and Trademark Office ("USPTO").
A white filamentous mold grew after the sample was incubated for 2 days on Sabouraud agar at 30[degrees]C and 5% sheep blood agar medium at 37[degrees]C.
Examination of the epiphytes under stereomicroscope allowed identifying the species as the filamentous brown alga Pylaiella littoralis, a common macrophyte species in the shallow coastal areas of the Baltic Sea.
Filamentous bacterial growth from within the matrix of the new concrete, as observed in figure 6, also played its part in the eventual cracking and delamination of die coating from its foundation.
coli cells exposed to DX transitioned into a filamentous form, which can occur naturally when such cells are subject to conditions of stress.
Small filamentous algae power the base of the food web by serving as underwater meadows that nourish grazing animals.
Mice that lacked lymphotoxin were unable to clear segmented filamentous bacteria, which has previously been found to induce certain immune responses in the gut.
Associated with filamentous growth is the production of many enzymes, eg amylases, cellulases, esterases, lipases, proteinases, and oxidases.
Key statement: The present invention deals with the ability to transform a variety of inert, synthetic, popular, modern nonwovens and other filamentous materials into reactive products having a wide and diverse varying nature due to the coatings that can be successfully applied.
But various oxides formed of iron and nickel have unwanted catalytic functionality and convert the hydrocarbon feedstock into filamentous coke.
Two-dimensional (2D) and real-time 3-dimensional (3D) transthoracic echocardiography (TTE) revealed a very mobile (characterized by whip-like motion), thin, filamentous structure in the right atrium (Chiari network) prolapsing into right ventricle through the tricuspid orifice during diastole (Fig.
This paper describes the protease screening of 144 isolates of bacteria, yeasts and filamentous fungi isolated from coffee fruit.
Koji, also known as Aspergillus oryzae, is a filamentous fungus used in Asian cuisine to ferment soybeans.