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The first base swab surface sample extracted from axillae of the subject immediately after subject showered using plain soap (no antiperspirants nor antibacterial substances) and hot water showed 100 aerobic bacteria count/inch (2) and 10 yeast-mold-fungi count/inch (2).
[46] also found during the controlled laboratory experiment that oysters under low salinity treatments consistently yielded the highest total aerobic bacteria and Vibrionaceae levels.
Determination of total aerobic bacteria and fungus numbers in the samples belonging to metrobuses and the isolated microorganisms
After exposure air, pH, lactic acid (LA), acetic acid, propionic acid (PA) water soluble carbohydrate (WSC), counting of lactic acid bacteria (LAB), aerobic bacteria and yeast production were measured.
While the aerobic and coliform bacterial counts are not safe at retailer and wholesale market which were higher than 4 log CFU [g.sup.-1], the coliform and aerobic bacteria are the important indicators of hygienic production, transportation, and handling.
The material was inoculated on duplicate blood agar, chocolate agar, McConkey's agar, and mannitol salt agar for aerobic bacteria. The antimicrobial susceptibility testing was performed using an agar disk diffusion method according to the guidelines of Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute.
After 4 days, aerobic blood culture was positive for motile, fusiform, gram-negative bacilli, suggestive of strictly aerobic bacteria that could not be identified directly (Figure, panels B, C).
The type of bacteria isolated belong to in gram positive, gram negative, aerobic and anaerobic bacteria as shown in table (4) the most bacteria which found were the aerobic bacteria (10 strains) including Bacillus sp.
Carbon dioxide inhibits the growth of most aerobic bacteria and mould; and nitrogen extends the shelf life of fresh produce with high water content, such as pre-packed lettuce.
The [H.sub.2]S gas is then metabolized by aerobic bacteria which create large quantities of sulfuric acid.
APC was conducted using Petrifilm aerobic count plates to determine the aerobic bacteria population.
A statement said Health Minister Wael Abu Faour asked Interior Minister Nouhad Machnouk to notify the relevant authorities to stop using Bteghrin spring water after recent tests showed it contained aerobic bacteria exceeding the maximum contaminant levels.
Aerobic bacteria in gravel and soil complete decomposition of the waste.