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the evolution of a biological species

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[12] All the control isolates were pigment producing and were speciated as Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
Results of a second culture that was performed 8 weeks after initial results and showed an identical sensitivity pattern; however, the organism was reported as a coagulase-positive Staphylococcus species and was not further speciated. After a diagnosis was made, the female owner reported having been treated for a MRS A infection after mastectomy 1.5 years previous to patient's initial diagnosis.
TVOC and speciated VOCs (including acetaldehyde) were measured using sorbent tubes and pumps from the 3rd-party lab.
Number of data hours by year and month for the main aerosol instrument types: Particle number concentration using CPC, CCN concentrations using CCN counters (CCNC), speciated mass concentrations using AMS or ACSM instruments, BC mass concentration using the SP2 instrument, and particle number size distribution (NSD) using SMPS, DMPS, UHSAS, PCASP, DMA, and APS.
Detection limit and proportion undetectable for total and speciated arsenic.
The procurement specifications detailed as speciated obtain 34 kinds of bearings and a maximum net 9,000,000 HUF thresholds are satisfied.
Fluid culture grew alpha hemolytic streptococci that ultimately speciated as pansensitive S.
After extraction, hydrocarbons trapped by the particulate filter and the XAD traps were speciated by a two dimensional gas chromatography mass spectroscopy (GCxGC-MS) technique.
The isolates speciated to Staphylococcus lugdunensis sensitive to oxacillin and naficillin.
(%) Staphylococcus aureus 43 (19.5) MSSA 34 (15.4) MRSA 9 (4.1) CoNS 110 (a) (49.8) MSSE (b) 4 (1.8) MRSE (b) 15 (6.8) CoNS, not speciated 91 (41.2) Staphylococcus lugdunensis 1 (0.5) Enterococcus faecalis 19 (8.6) Enterococcus faecium 9 (4.1) VSE 6 (2.7) VRE 3 (1.4) Streptococcus pneumoniae 7 (3.2) Streptococcus pyogenes 4 (1.8) Streptococcus agalactiae 7 (3.2) Streptococcus spp 27 (12.2) Polymicrobial 15 (6.8) Organism Postimplementation, P Value n = 219, No.
Besides, 39(87%) Shigella isolates were further speciated and Shigella flexneri was the most commonly isolated serotype in 25(64.1%).
The isolate was further speciated by real time polymerase chain reaction (PCR) on the microbial identification kit from Applied Bio systems.
But possibly because it's so hard to obtain an ID using standard tools, molds and yeasts are not generally speciated. Any contamination event in a sterile product is unacceptable, but even with nonsterile products, especially respiratory products, mold will cause serious issues.