By Day 5 post inoculation, all the mice in the 200 [micro]g/ml/kg group had died (Fig.
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PI stands for Post Inoculation
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Mean proportion surviving [+ or -] SEM Days post inoculation 2 Trial 1 Control 1.
Biochemical Measurements: For determination of [beta]-1,4-glucanase, chitinase activities and concentration of total phenolic compounds in tomato leaves at four different stages including; 0, 24, 48 and 96 hours post inoculation following treatments were selected: Pathogen +SA(200 [micro]M) +T.
Inoculations were made on 20-d-old plants, and the experiments were conducted at 5, 20, and 35-d Post Inoculation (DPI) on these groups of plants with different virus infection status.
Expanded Post Inoculation Use Every foundry surveyed indicated that it uses post-inoculation, a significant jump from 1988 when 42% of large foundries indicated that they did not use the process.
An instream post inoculation addition of (Zr, Mn, Ca)-containing inoculant normally was used.
For this purpose, this three-step method is recommended: * the iron is preconditioned with silicon carbide; * inoculant and Mg-containing masteralloy or pure Mg is added to the ladle; * post inoculation that may include two subsequent operations: in-stream inoculation and/or in-mold inoculation utilizing some of previously described methods.
a cupola melt ductile iron facility in Milwaukee, relies on traditional technology with its post inoculation practices.