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Synonyms for uncultivable

not suitable for cultivation or tilling

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Many microbiologists have successfully cultivated many uncultivable bacteria by using modified or diluted media, and long incubation times; strains thus isolated belonged to 11 phyla such as Acidobacteria, Actinobacteria, Bacteroidetes, Rubrobacteridae, Chloroflexus, Firmucutes, Fusobacteria, Gemmatimonadetes, Planctomydetes, Proteobacteria, and Verrucomicrobia (1).
Scientists have been predicting that global warming threatens melting of Himalayan glaciers leading first to of floods and droughts, playing havoc with our agrarian economy and then acute water scarcity making vast tracts of land uncultivable.
Since this medicinal shrub is available in our country and grows naturally in nearby road sides and uncultivable areas and has no any commercial uses, it would be economically lucrative enough, if we able to produce any remedy of diseases from its bioactive compounds.
Agriculture land-use means land under net sown area, fallow land and uncultivable agriculture land.
Plant growth across Europe was reduced and adapted to a shorter cultivation period and uncultivable areas increased.
I have settled some of my posterity in an uncultivable valley near unto Thy Holy House (Ka'ba), Our Lord
The main reasons for introduction of molecular diagnostics are rapidity and the possibility to detect uncultivable or difficult-to-culture viruses [14].
Recent studies on the modulation and stabilization of gut microbiota by probiotic treatment suggest that probiotics can exert a positive effect on uncultivable gut microbiota (Saenz de Rodriganez et al.
The above summarized behavior of PCR-positivity, RNA transcription, BbDNA transmission, BbDNA amplification, BbDNA dissemination, and morphologically intact spirochetes in both mouse tissues and ticks strongly indicate the presence of persistent, viable, but uncultivable spirochetes.
This topography makes large parts of Jhansi uncultivable.
In addition to identifying uncultivable organisms, PCR and RT-PCR assays have the advantage of obtaining quick results, often within 24 hours.
Swat has 98100 hectares arable land while 408175 hectares remain uncultivable.
However, such solutions would be time-consuming and rather impractical, especially in the case of uncultivable protists, such as foraminifera.