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The VITEK MS automatically compares the microorganism pattern to 193 known yeasts and bacteria in the test system s database to identify the microorganism.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian researchers at Islamic Azad University, Fars Science and Research Branch, produced antimicrobial cloths by discovering new microorganisms that are able to produce gold and silver nanoparticles.
The company uses effective microorganism in organic solutions for animal and fish feed, plant growth, sewage treatment as well as the elimination of bad odours.
The information provided, although very brief, is usually complete enough to provide a basic understanding of the microorganism.
By the early 1960s, strains of antibiotic-resistant microorganisms (AROs) already were being identified.
Only a fraction of the microorganisms found in living spaces have been characterized to any extent, but now a research team from Finland's National Public Health Institute reports that among the bacteria and fungi occurring in buildings, bacteria may pose the greater health risk to occupants [EHP 111:85-92].
Each species of tree has a corresponding microorganism that's most beneficial," says Kean.
The method comprises adding a culture containing at least six strains of microorganisms capable of degrading PCBs to PCB contaminated soil, mixing the soil and microorganism culture together and maintaining the culture under stringent conditions which promote the growth of the microorganisms and which stimulate the ability of the microorganisms to degrade the PCBs.