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Synonyms for cultivable

(of farmland) capable of being farmed productively

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Low levels of cultivability observed in this work are attributed to the lack of knowledge of suitable conditions for culture to recover certain bacterial populations.
A hidden pitfall in the preparation of agar media undermines microorganism cultivability.
Cultivability of cells was evaluated by Plate Counts Agar.
Earlier it is mentioned that potent rivers assure greater population concentration, increase the level of cultivability, better livelihood pattern etc.
A PCR-based method for monitoring Legionella pneumophila in water samples detects viable but noncultivable Legionellae that can recover their cultivability.
Despite such indications, carefully planned experimental studies that specifically and objectively examine the role of AMF in plant invasion are lacking, presumably due to their difficult cultivability on artificial media and apparent complexities in manipulations of mycorrhiza-plant interactions in field and laboratory experiments.
The physical inclination of slopes, which vary from negligible to near vertical in this broken and precipitous terrain, is important regarding not only aspect but also cultivability (Conklin 1957:36).
1] of intestinal contents, and in all samples, the cultivability was approximately 0.