microbic


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of or involving or caused by or being microbes

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On the other hand, exercise and high fiber diet, such as fruits, vegetables, legumes, and whole-wheat grain products, increase the microbic diversity [9, 10].
These profound changes, as expected, have significantly impacted our overwhelming microbiome population, which, as emphasized above, crowds our gut with some [10.sup.4] microbic individuals.
Water is added to moisten the mix of fine bran and germ, then selected microbic starting cultures, which typically consist of lactobacilli and natural yeast strains, are inoculated in order to initiate fermentation.
Dubai Central Laboratory examines food items for microbic, radiation, and chemical traces.
Table 1: Fungal isolates from cases of sub-clinical intramammary infections Organisms Total Number of isolates Mono Mixed microbic with yeast A.
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