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Synonyms for microbic

of or involving or caused by or being microbes


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Director of the microbic tests section at the Environment Public Authority
Former Investigations into the Microbic Origin of Cancer.
Graminaceous BM (cereal stalks, straw), grasses (weeds, clovers, alfalfa), starch (maize, wheat, barley), sugars (cane, beet), and other high moisture herbaceous and aquatic plants (vegetables, sorghum, cotton, rushes, plankton), animal wastes, and municipal solid wastes have mainly been submitted to biological degradation via microbic digestion and fermentation to produce bio-alcohols while those BM wastes deposited in landfills were demonstrated to be promising for biogas (methane) in situ production [16-20].
Two of the microbic ides are soon to undergo large-scale trials in Africa,funded by the UK.
In either event, paint and coatings that resist growth of microbic colonies of fungi, molds, bacteria and viruses could help ward off not only such infestations in homes and schools but aid hospitals and restaurants in their continuing quest for sterility.
The higher grades are usually produced earlier in the season because the temperatures are lower, and there is less chance of microbic growth.