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

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The tests showed that 4 isolates designated as BK1, BK2, BK3 and BK4 were Gram-negative, oxidase positive and obligate aerobe (Table 1).
20 Escherichia coli is the predominant aerobe, and bacteroides is the predominant anaerobe, with an average of 4 isolates for each case.
The agar plates were incubated at 37[degrees] C for 24-48 hours to enumerate the aerobe and facultative bacteria and the fungi culture plates were incubated and inverted at 37[degrees]C for 3-7 days.
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.
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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multocida is gram negative, cocco-bacilli, capsular, non-spore former, non motile, aerobe, oxidase positive and non-hemolytic on blood agar.
The aerobe effort runs its course in a balance between the demand and consumption of oxygen "steady--state", which can be real or apparent.
It was found that the total aerobe 2 count (total CFU/cm ) the S aureus fraction thereof and the S aureus carrier frequency were significantly higher in apparently normal skin of AD patients than in healthy individuals.
Acinetobacter is a class of gram-negative aerobe that is ubiquitous in soil and water and is also found as normal flora in healthy individuals.