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Synonyms for coccus

any spherical or nearly spherical bacteria

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coccus puede representar como alternativa de produccion para los habitantes del medio rural en Mexico, durante los ultimos anos se han desarrollado trabajos de investigacion para seleccionar los cultivares mas adecuados para su cria (Tovar et al.
Ovariole maturation of the cochineal insect Dactylopius coccus (Hemiptera: Coccoidea: Dactylopiidae)
epidermidis is a non-motile, Gram-positive coccus that is part of the normal resident human skin microflora (Kong, 2011).
Isolated marine Pigment of Gram stained Morphology Sized strains strain ([micron]m) SEM MS-1/48 Violet (+) Rod-shaped 1,08 - 1,48 MS-2/48 Red (+) Rod-shaped ND MS-3/48 Yellow (-) Rod-shaped 0,6 - 1,5 MS-4/48 Pink (-) Coccus ND MS-5/48 Pink (-) Coccus ND MS-6/48 Pink (+) Coccus 0,83 - 1,48 MS-7/48 Pink (+) Coccus 0,65 - 1,0 ND not determined Table 3.
This paper shows the presence of groupings of bacteriae and the adhesion of coccus and bacillus to the flat epithelial cell membrane of tongue dorsal mucosa of neonatal Wistar rat treated with cadmium employing transmission electron microscopy (TEM).
Chestal is formulated with antinomium tartaricum, byonia alba and coccus cacti; these work in tandem with six other active ingredients.
This soft-bodied, six-legged critter, Coccus viridis, feeds on gardenia, citrus, and a host of other plants--including its namesake, coffee.
Today we know them as Dactylopius coccus, or simply as cochineal.
You can buy Korean (Panax) and Siberian (Eleuthero- coccus) ginseng.
Valdes-Martinez and her colleagues extracted pigment from female cochineal beetles (Dactylopius coccus) and tested how long the red color lasted in ham, syrup and yogurt.
Based on morphological characteristics, PL 13 was confirmed as a bacteria because it have coccus shaped and gram negative characteristic.
Dactylopius coccus es un insecto de gran importancia industrial para la obtencion del colorante natural acido carminico.