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an organism (especially a bacterium) that requires air or free oxygen for life

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demonstrated that propolis is more effective against Gram(+) aerobes than against Gram(-) aerobes [40].
The tests showed that 4 isolates designated as BK1, BK2, BK3 and BK4 were Gram-negative, oxidase positive and obligate aerobe (Table 1).
A total of 70 facultative aerobe colonies were isolated from POME and cultured on two different media, nutrient agar, and nutrient broth.
OA = obligate aerobe; FAN = facultative anaerobe; ND = not done; GH = gamma hemolysis; AH = alpha hemolysis; NA = unable to determine because of lack of growth.
Total aerobe numbers in the rectum were decreased (p<0.05) in pigs fed the PC and EOD diets compared with the NC diet.
Neomycin is an aminoglycoside that causes cell death by inhibiting protein synthesis in gram-negative aerobe bacterial strains and some staphylococci.
"This was a very interesting tour with so much history," says T aerobe "It is still worth seeing even with renovations going on."
The organism is an obligate aerobe, although it can use nitrate and arginine as a final electron acceptor when [O.sub.2] is not available allowing the organism to grow anaerobically.
tuberculosis is small, an obligate aerobe and act as causative agent of chronic infectious disease tuberculosis that is resposible for the death of countless millions of people; it was first described by Robert Koch in 1882.
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All samples are membrane filtered and incubated on nutrient media at 27-28 degrees Celsius for the detection of beer spoilage bacteria (anaerobe) and yeasts (aerobe).
(23.2%) was the major gram-negative aerobe isolated which showed 100% sensitivity to Piperacillin, 84% to Cefoperazone with sulbactam and Ceftriaxone, 76% sensitivity to Cefotaxime, 53% to Ciprofloxacin and for amikacin 46 % sensitivity.
The acute mastoiditis is caused by the aerobe or anaerobe bacteria.
The plates obtained from each dilution were left for incubation both in aerobe and anaerobe media.