vegetative cell


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Related to vegetative cell: spore mother cell, generative cell
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in which high concentrations (50 mM) of magnesium salts are included to maintain osmotic pressure in order to allow the protists to grow synchronously as vegetative cells in a medium of high nitrogen content followed by that of high carbon content for lipid production (26).
This division can also be viewed as a determinative division in that the resulting generative and vegetative cells have very different cell fates.
thuringiensis growth process, the vegetative cell disappearance rate by sporulation must be equal to the sporulation rate.
pluvialis vegetative cells require a relatively low irradiance an irradiance ranging from 40 to 50 [micro]mol [m.
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.
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.
Instead, there appeared to be several layers of membrane beneath the vegetative cell wall (e.
We show the bacteriocidal effects of UV-irradiated perchlorates provide yet further evidence that the surface of Mars is lethal to vegetative cells and renders much of the surface and near-surface regions uninhabitable.
natural component of egg white Lysozyme is effective against vegetative cells of Clostridium tyrobutyricum.
When used, the Virus Guard wipes leave 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.
At that time, vegetative cells of bacteria were not considered to be a significant health risk for acidified or fermented food products.
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.