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Identification of culturable bacteria present in haemodialysis water and fluid Margarita Gomila rea Microbiologia Departament de Biologia Universitat de les Illes Balears and Institut Mediterrani d'Estudis Avanats (CSIC‐UIB) Palma de Mallorca Spain Search for more papers by this author Joan Gasc Unitat de Nefrologia‐rea Mdica Hospital Son Ll tzer Palma de Mallorca The present aero-bacteriological investigation included enumeration identification and numerical analysis of different types of culturable airborne bacteria with inhalable fraction of gram-negative bacteria in the vegetable market of the city of Jabalpur in order to measure the degree of aerobiopollution for this environment The aero- bacteriological sampling has been done fortnightly for

Investigating the physiology of viable but non

Clonal microbial populations often harbor rare phenotypic variants that are typically hidden within the majority of the remaining cells but are crucial for the population's resilience to external perturbations Persister and viable but non-culturable (VBNC) cells are two important clonal bacterial subpopulations that can survive antibiotic treatment

The present work focuses on the isolation of yeasts and acetic acid bacteria from ACV and the preparation of a starter culture ACV was produced in a bench scale bioreactor using a traditional fermentation process wherein an acetic acid concentration of 3 8% was obtained after three weeks Several acetic acid bacteria (AAB) were isolated from

Bacterial taxonomy is the taxonomy i e the rank-based classification of bacteria In the scientific classification established by Carl Linnaeus each species has to be assigned to a genus (binary nomenclature) which in turn is a lower level of a hierarchy of ranks (family suborder order subclass class division/phyla kingdom and domain)

OSTI GOV Journal Article: A molecular comparison of culturable aerobic heterotrophic bacteria and 16S rDNA clones derived from a deep subsurface sediment A molecular comparison of culturable aerobic heterotrophic bacteria and 16S rDNA clones derived from a deep subsurface sediment Full Record References (2) Other Related Research

cular identification techniques to place marine denitri fiers within the modern framework of bacterial taxon omy Thus our study was geared to analysis of the dis tribution of denitrifying bacteria in the water column of the Gotland Deep and their taxonomic identification by a molecular technique This goal was approached by several steps

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Filter-feeder macroinvertebrates as key players in culturable bacteria biodiversity control: a case of study with (Polychaeta: Sabellidae) Marine Environmental Research Elsevier 2007 64 (4) pp 504 ￿10 1016/j marenvres 2007 04 004￿ ￿hal-00501917￿ Accepted Manuscript Filter-feeder macroinvertebrates as key players in culturable bacteria biodiver sity control: a case of study with

COLIKAT RAPID uses certain specific characteristics of both Escherichia coli and coliform bacteria for identification of the species The test contains MUG and ONPG two common nutritional indicators Coliform bacteria use their enzyme β-Galactosidase to metabolize ONPG turning the sample yellow Escherichia coli – other then most coliform bacteria – additionally has the enzyme β

Bacteria constitute a large domain of prokaryotic microorganisms Bacteria were among the first life forms to appear on Earth and are present in most habitats on the planet Bacteria grow in soil acidic hot springs radioactive waste water and deep in the Earth's crust In addition they grow in organic matter and the live bodies of

precludes the rapid identification of infectious species Furthermore some species are not easily culturable We have developed a facile research method for identifying bacterial species by 16S ribosomal RNA sequencing on the Ion Torrent platform The Ion 16S™ Metagenomics Kit is designed to PCR amplify the hypervariable regions of the 16S gene of bacteria We used this kit to construct

existence of numerous "non-Culturable" new organisms and noval genes have been detected and made available for present and future use in biotechnology niques to study "Culturable" fraction of bacterial populations as well as modern molecular techniques will be employed to study metagenomics of non-culturable bacteria in the soil

【Abstract】[Objective] At present nitrogen pollution has been becoming an important factor in water pollution In order to unveil the diversity of culturable aerobic denitrifying bacteria in Dianchi Lake and obtain efficient aerobic denitrifying bacteria for providing evidence to bioremediate the polluted water or shallow groundwater

existence of numerous "non-Culturable" new organisms and noval genes have been detected and made available for present and future use in biotechnology niques to study "Culturable" fraction of bacterial populations as well as modern molecular techniques will be employed to study metagenomics of non-culturable bacteria in the soil

The present work focuses on the isolation of yeasts and acetic acid bacteria from ACV and the preparation of a starter culture ACV was produced in a bench scale bioreactor using a traditional fermentation process wherein an acetic acid concentration of 3 8% was obtained after three weeks Several acetic acid bacteria (AAB) were isolated from

Munin: Culturable autochthonous gut bacteria in Atlantic

Culturable autochthonous gut bacteria in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L ) fed diets with or without chitin Characterization by 16S rRNA gene sequencing ability to produce enzymes and in vitro growth inhibition of four fish pathogens

1993) present in different metabolic states (Oger et al 1987 the precise identification of these bacteria has not been deter- mined in most cases (Oger et al 1987 Bischofberger et al 1990 Mavridou 1992 Ferreira et al 1994) Several workers have investigated the microbial flora of bottled water and found that the majority of culturable bac- teria are oxidative and stain Gram

Bacterial taxonomy is the taxonomy i e the rank-based classification of bacteria In the scientific classification established by Carl Linnaeus each species has to be assigned to a genus (binary nomenclature) which in turn is a lower level of a hierarchy of ranks (family suborder order subclass class division/phyla kingdom and domain) In the currently accepted classification of

The numbers of culturable soil bacteria in plots that had received either no pesticides or the full combination (aldicarb chlorfenvinphos benomyl glyphosate plus chlorotoluron or triadimefon) over a 20 year period were compared Differences were very small although there were consistently higher numbers on the treated plot possibly

Present address: School of Science Monash University Sunway Campus Selangor Culturable bacteria also provide fixed reference points in molecular taxonomic databases that are useful even for culture-independent approaches (Spiegelman et al 2005) Although a culture-dependent approach does not reflect total bacterial diversity (Oren 2004) many culturable micro-organisms are still

The present study was aimed at investigating the diversity of culturable psychrotrophic bacteria associated with four frozen arctic soil samples collected from different points in Svalbard Hornsund A total of 40 psychrophilic and psychrotolerant bacteria were isolated under aerobic conditions at 20C The mean viable bacterial count ranged from 1 2 x 104 to 5 4 x 105 cfu/mL The isolates