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Aspergillus was isolated and quantified by colony counts from litter samples using selective media and incubation temperatures.
4 Selective media for the culture of blood and other body fluids for fungi and yeast - 1,000 bottles
Ideal for enrichment prior to plating on selective media such as Harlequin[TM] Listeria Chromogenic Agar, it is also highly effective as a secondary selective enrichment broth following primary enrichment in, for example, Half Fraser Broth.
from leaf disks on selective media and screen for P.
Comparison of two selective media for the isolation of Campylobacter species from a pediatric population in Mexico.
7]) with sterile water and the diluted sub-samples were plated on 5 different selective media to isolate various groups of microbes including (1) overall aerobic bacteria, (2) fluorescent pseudomonads, (3) actinobacteria, (4) overall fungi and, (5) entomopathogenic fungi.
Among their topics are removing endocrine disrupting contaminants from water using macroporous molecularly imprinted selective media, copper ion exchange studies of local (in Turkey) zeolitic tuffs, the impact of calcium on struvite precipitation from anaerobically digested dairy wastewater, the design of microsieves and microsieve processes for suspension fractionation, modifying the surface of polyamide reverse osmosis membranes with hydrophilic dendritic polymers, and Ti02 nanowire free-standing membrane for concurrent filtration and photocatalytic oxidation water treatment.
He was critical of certain members of the SC and the LHC for taking up judicial work on the basis of reports published by a selective media.