TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «BACTERIUM»
The term «bacterium» is quite widely used and occupies the 37.558
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
Quite widely used
2 QUOTES WITH «BACTERIUM»
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You can find bacteria everywhere. They're invisible to us. I've never seen a bacterium, except under a microscope. They're so small, we don't see them, but they are everywhere.
If a bacterium is trying to infect you, it won't secrete alone, because your immune system will block it. Bacteria will hide until they can all act together and make an impact.
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «BACTERIUM»
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Their baby daughter suffocates in their arms.
Coxiella burnetii: Recent Advances and New Perspectives in ...
Coxiella burnetii is the etiological agent of Q fever, a zoonotic disease found worldwide.
Rudolf Toman, Robert A. Heinzen, James E. Samuel, 2012
Gulf of Mexico Origin, Waters, and Biota: Biodiversity
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50386 ben, sgh 72 Uncultured bacterium clone GMx GC234 616E ben, sgh 72 ...
GacA Regulation of Luminescence in the Symbiotic Bacterium
The symbiosis of Euprymna scolopes and Vibrio fischeri depends on the ability of the bacterium to colonize the squid and produce light.
Characterization of Novel Oxidoreductases from the ...
CHARACTERIZATION OF NOVEL OXIDOREDUCTASES FROM THE
INDUSTRIALLY IMPORTANT BACTERIUM Gluconobacter oxydans 621 H By
Paul B. Schweiger A Thesis Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements
for the ...
Anoxia: Evidence for Eukaryote Survival and Paleontological ...
Gram-positive bacterium 91% Alat_2-2-M13F AB478667.1 Uncult.
Chromatiaceae bacterium 97% Alat_2-5-M13F FJ437772.1 Uncult. bacterium
100% Alat_2-6-M13F EU722352.1 Uncult. bacterium clone 98% Alat_3-2-M13F
Alexander Altenbach, Joan M. Bernhard, Joseph Seckbach, 2011
Molecular Microbial Ecology of the Hyperthermophilic ...
Transcriptional analysis of biofilm formation processes in the anaerobic,
hyperthermophilic bacterium Thermotoga maritima. Appl Environ Microbiol 70:
6098-112. 94. Pysz, M. A., D. E. Ward, K. R. Shockley, C. I. Montero, S. B.
Conners, M. R. ...
Clemente Ignacio Montero, 2006
Optimization and Characterization of the Growth of the ...
CHAPTER 5 OPTIMIZING THE GROWTH OF B.VIRIDIS IN MINIMAL MEDIA AT
PH 6.9 AND EXPLORATION OF THE PH OPTIMUM FOR THIS BACTERIUM 5.1
Introduction In order to quantify the ability of bacteria to grow in the presence of a
Darcy Danielle LaClair, 2006
Library of Congress Subject Headings
... black rot Bacteriostatic agents USE Antibacterial agents Bacterium abortus
USE Brucella abortus Bacterium albilineans USE Xanthomonas albilineans
Bacterium campestris USE Xanthomonas campestris Bacterium casei USE
Library of Congress. Cataloging Policy and Support Office, 2003
Receptor Methylation Controls Single Cell and Group ...
... adaptation process can begin anew (Chervitz & Falke, 1996, Danielson et al,
1994, Falke et al, 1988, Lynch & Koshland, 1991). Not all bacteria adhere to the
E. coli adaptation paradigm. Adaptation in the flagellated Gram-positive
Ansley Elizabeth Scott, 2008
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «BACTERIUM»
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Lyme disease bacterium can trick the immune system in mice …
The bacteria that cause Lyme disease are able to trick an animal's immune system into not launching a full-blown immune response or ... «Outbreak News Today, Jul 15»
These Two Mutations Turned Not-so-Deadly Bacteria Into the Plague
The bacterium that causes the Black Plague, called Yersinia pestis, has ... The researchers tested different strains of the bacterium in mice to ... «Smithsonian, Jul 15»
In 1950, the U.S. Released a Bioweapon in San Francisco
The bacterium Serratia marcescens lives in soil and water, and is best known for its ability to produce bright red pigment. This flashy trait makes ... «Smithsonian, Jul 15»
Is colitis in infants caused by their own intestinal flora?
For instance, preliminary studies in infants with proctocolitis showed the far more frequent occurrence of the bacterium Klebsiella oxytoca. «Medical Xpress, Jul 15»
Congressional watchdogs demand names, details of sanctioned …
... Research Center — after the center's accidental release of a bioterror bacterium became publicly known and was the subject of news reports. «USA TODAY, Jul 15»
UN: cholera outbreaks can be controlled thanks to vaccines, water …
Cholera, according to WHO, is an acute intestinal infection caused by ingestion of food or water contaminated with the bacterium Vibrio ... «UN News Centre, Jul 15»
Now that we can edit our genome, where do we go?
It wasn't until about 15 years later that scientists realized the purpose of CRISPRs: They are a key part of the bacterium's immune system. «Chicago Daily Herald, Jul 15»
Fire blight infection can destroy susceptible ornamental trees
It is caused by a bacterium, Erwinia amylovora. Common symptoms include blossoms, leaves and shoots that wilt, turn dark brown and look ... «Chicago Tribune, Jul 15»
Under Kim Jong Un, North Korea Tested Chemical Weapons On …
Im said that along with anthrax bacterium, as many as 40 other types of chemical weapons are also used and tested on children with mental or ... «International Business Times, Jul 15»
3 Under-the-Radar Cancer Immunotherapy Developers You Need to …
The Princeton, NJ-based small cap uses an engineered bacterium (Listeria monocytogenes) that stimulates an immune response to specific ... «Motley Fool, Jul 15»