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

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Bacteriological observation was categorised into aerobes and anaerobes.
12 In some studies Gram positive isolates were found to be the main causative pathogen while in others a predominance of Gram-negative aerobes has been reported.
Cultures from the wounds in FG show polymicrobial infection by aerobes and anaerobes, including coliforms, Klebsiella, streptococci, staphylococci, clostridia, bacteroids, and corynebacteria.
and Listeria monocytogenes and the counts of total mesophilic aerobes (TMA), coliforms, E.
Contract notice: Supply of consumables required for growing aerobes, anaerobes and fungi in blood samples of adult and pediatric patients.
5hr A0 Pseudomonas putida OGE C0 Proteus mirabilis L0 pedicoccus acidilactis 2hrs A0 Bacillus subtilis OGE C0 Proteus vulgaris L0 pedicoccus acidilactis A = Aerobes C = Coliforms L = Lactic acid bacteria Table 2: Morphological and biochemical characterization of bacteria isolates from suya prepared (Harvested period for Day 7) with Ocimum extract DAY 7 Gram Cell Casein Gelatin Trts Day(7) Rx Morph Catalase Oxidase Hyd Hyd No A7 - R + + - + OGE C7 - R + - + + L7 + R - - - - 1/2hr A7 + R + + + + OGE C7 - R + - + + L7 + R - - - - 1hr A7 + C + - - (+) OGE C7 - R + - + + L7 + R - - - - 1.
Among gram positive aerobes, Staphylococcus aureus was the predominant isolate (16.
4) The prevailing dental plagues and periodontitis present in this patient (her diabetic state abetting), creates a rich source of oral aerobes and anaerobes as well as the environment in which they thrive.
Characterization and identification of aerobes to genus level using biochemical tests based on Tables 3 and 4.
Bacillus is a genus of rod- shaped bacteria that produce not more than one endospore per cell, sporulation is not repressed by exposure to air, are Gram-positive aerobes or facultatively anaerobic.
Many organisms are obligate aerobes, meaning oxygen must be present to serve as an electron acceptor.
The FDA cleared the MALDI-TOF mass spectrometer to test anaerobic bacteria, Enterobacteriaceae, gram-positive aerobes, fastidious gram-negative bacteria, gram-negative non-Enterobacteriaceae, and yeast.
The accuracy of Vitek MS was compared with 16S Ribosomal RNA gene sequencing for several microbial pathogens, including anaerobic bacteria, Enterobacteriaceae, Gram-positive aerobes, fastidious Gram-negative bacteria, Gram-negative non-Enterobacteriaceae and yeast.
Gram-negative aerobes were the most commonly identified bacteria, with most being sensitive to topical quinolones.