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Synonyms for micro-organism

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16% of the 120 blood cultures were positive for micro-organism after a periodontal flap surgery.
Working with Professor Gary Black on the three-year project, he will isolate and analyse the proteins found within the micro-organisms.
They found evidence of different populations of micro-organisms in salt deposits of different ages, giving them a much better idea of which bacteria are likely to have been incorporated when.
A third class of micro-organism known as facultative bacteria can be active in absence or presence of oxygen.
It involves harnessing the metabolism of micro-organisms to obtain products that are difficult to synthesize.
The level of the aerosol containing the micro-organism must be at such a level to infect; this will vary from aerosol to aerosol and micro-organism to micro-organism.
Micro-organism development can occur at each step of the production process, and later in the packaged product.
suggests that the smartphone contains thousands of micro-organisms and these can be a mirror to the bacteria, fungi and virus that are present in our body and in the surroundings.
It offers software designed to help research cooperation amongst scientists studying predictive microbiology--estimating the behaviour of micro-organisms in response to environmental conditions, especially in food production and processing operations, from the farm to the table.
The researchers with the University of Georgia have identified a micro-organism called "rushing fireball" which can convert CO2 into a fuel.
With DSM s bright science in the micro-organism field, we can help address this global challenge together with Syngenta and its specialized know-how and market access.
The pathogenicity covers the genetoxic and allergenic aspects, so the GMM must not be genetoxic or allergenic- the GMM should not contain any known incident pathogenic agents, such as other active or dormant micro-organisms, near to or inside the GMM, which are likely to harm human health and the environment- the modified genetic material must not cause any damage in the even of a transfer; it should not be self-transmissible or transferable to a higher extent that other genes of the receptor or parental micro-organism- GMMs should not have any immediate or delayed harmful effects on the environment in the event of an incident leading to an unintentional release on a wide scale.
We will start from experimental observations of micro-organism evolution, and abstract this to reproduce EvoEvo, in biological models, in computational models, and in application software.
However, whether it was safe to use a pathogenic micro-organism as a cancer vaccine remained a large unresolved question until now.
These are not aggressive chemical compounds, but when acting on a micro-organism, they cause the organism's membrane to burst before it has a chance to reproduce.