nonmotile


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Synonyms for nonmotile

(of spores or microorganisms) not capable of movement

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0% (534 of 1188 participants) reported B megaterium as nonmotile and 17.
Vasectomy follow-up: clinical significance of rare nonmotile sperm in the post-op semen analysis.
Mycobacterium species are aerobic, non-sporeforming, nonmotile acid-fast rods that are resistant to desiccation and therefore difficult to clear from the environment.
The amastigotes are ovoid, nonmotile and intracellular stage.
Nonfermenting Gram-negative bacilli or coccobacilli that were oxidase negative and nonmotile were presumptively identified as belonging to Genus Acinetobacter (2).
anthracis is an aerobic, Gram-positive, spore-forming, nonmotile Bacillus species (Mock & Founet, 2001).
The organism most commonly implicated in Lemierre syndrome is Fusobacterium necrophorum, (3) which is a strictly anaerobic, nonmotile, Gram negative bacillus.
This anaerobic, nonmotile, gram-negative rod is found in the normal flora of the oropharynx, gastrointestinal tract, and female genital tract, and it is usually sensitive to clindamycin and metronidazole.
Acinetobacter baumannii is a nonmotile, gram-negative bacterium that affects mainly immunocompromised patients, particularly patients in the ICU setting or those who have been hospitalized for long periods, Dr.
They are both gram-negative, nonmotile sulfate reducers, and they both have very long generation times on the order of several days.
No real mechanism has been suggested in the homologous theory per se for exactly how all of this would occur or for how motile spores of the algal sporophyte would become nonmotile and adapted to aerial (often wind) dispersal.
2], or culture on 50 mL/L sheep blood in agar at 35[degrees]C for 18-24 h for detection of a gram-positive aerobic (nonhemolytic, nonmotile, and gammaphage-sensitive) organism that produces spores (76).
A mutant in which the gspE gene bore a large insertion was nonmotile, but when the insertion was resolved by homologous recombination to yield a deletion within gspE, this deletion mutant turned out to be motile.