vegetative cell

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Inside the vegetative cell cytoplasm there can be found extensive cisterns of the ERr, numerous mitochondria and abundant amyloplasts.
Looking for an explanation, it was found that the mentioned behaviour of total cell concentration is the result of an error in the vegetative cell balance formulation of Rivera et al.
In reference to Bti/Btk vegetative cell exoproteins (VCPs) we also investigated their cytotoxic properties using [sup.
In addition to providing nutrients for energy or monomers for the construction of the pollen-tube wall, plastids of the vegetative cell are involved in pollen-tube growth.
For each control and test strain, fresh vegetative cells were grown by plating stock spore suspension (1 [micro]L) on trypticase soy agar with 5% sheep blood (SBA) (BBL Microbiology Systems, Cockeysville, MD) and incubating aerobically overnight at 37[degrees]C.
When used, the wipe leaves a microscopic layer on surfaces that actively protects against a wide range of viruses and kills both gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria, as well as vegetative cells and fungus.
Lai Wei Hong and colleagues at the Agro-Biotechnology Institute at the Malaysian Agricultural Research and Development Institute tested various sucrose concentrations and exposure time while deep freezing - or cryopreserving - the vegetative cells.
enteriditis at 60,000 psi and 50 C for 5 minutes resulted in less than a 1-log reduction of vegetative cells.
Widespread in the environment, the spores of these organisms arc more resistant than vegetative cells to physical and chemical change, and to chlorination, often surviving in water for long periods.
The detection threshold of the enrichment method was established by spiking known uninfected samples (ground beef, pork sausage, and feline raw diets) with vegetative cells and spores of C.
Once they get past the stomach, these seeds germinate into new vegetative cells that colonize the small and large intestines with good bacteria.
BLEACH-RITE disinfecting spray is a convenient, pre-mixed, one-step cleaner/disinfectant that is now EPA registered as effective against vegetative cells of Clostridium difficile (C diff) in 30 seconds.
At 37[degrees]C, as germination time increased, more Bt spores became vegetative cells with any type of germinant.
These benefits will soon extend to several other conifers via a process called somatic embryogenesis--in vitro enhancement of natural production of embryos from vegetative cells.
Percent sexuality was calculated by dividing the number of zygotes by the number of zygotes plus vegetative cells in a 1 ml sample, counting at least 150 cells per sample.