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microbial growth


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microbial growth

microbial growth

microbial growth

Microbial growth, biomass production, and controls

Diversity of Microbial Growth Strategies in a Limited-Nutrient World

Microbial mechanics: The growth and form of filamentary microorganisms

Effect of low temperature on microbial growth: lowered affinity for substrates limits growth at low temperature

Six Month Tracking of Microbial Growth in a Metalworking Fluid After System Cleaning and Recharging

Microbial Growth on Broiler Carcasses Stored at Different Temperatures After Air- or Water-Chilling1

Interventions for control of Salmonella: Clearance of microbial growth from rubber picker fingers

Grazer and viral impacts on microbial growth and mortality in the southern California Current Ecosystem

Secreted pitfall-trap fluid of carnivorous Nepenthes plants is unsuitable for microbial growth

Annual growth layers as proxies of past growth conditions for benthic microbial mats in a perennially ice-covered Antarctic lake

Microbial ecology of the soil and plant growth
 Davet P. 2004.
 Enfield, New Hampshire: Science Publishers, Inc. $55 (softback). 392 pp.

Microbial diversity in hydrothermal surface to subsurface environments of Suiyo Seamount, Izu-Bonin Arc, using a catheter-type in situ growth chamber

Endophytic naphthopyrone metabolites are co-inhibitors of xanthine oxidase, SW1116 cell and some microbial growths

Fusarium oxysporum and its bacterial consortium promote lettuce growth and expansin A5 gene expression through microbial volatile organic compound (MVOC) emission

Modulation of microbial predator-prey dynamics by phosphorus availability: Growth patterns and survival strategies of bacterial phylogenetic clades

Effects of hardened wood ash on microbial activity, plant growth and nutrient uptake by ectomycorrhizal spruce seedlings

 

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The activity and growth of micro‐organisms such as bacteria, algae, diatoms, plankton, and fungi.

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