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- n. The process of a bacterium becoming a spore
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- n. The act or process of forming spores; spore formation. See Illust. of bacillus, (b).
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Formation of or conversion into spores or sporules; sporation.
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- n. asexual reproduction by the production and release of spores
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This sporulation is normal on fully mature tempeh.
You could fly 100 Ph.D. students under the umbrella of this concept, because my supposition is that entomopathogenic fungi, prior to sporulation, attract the very insects that are otherwise repelled by those spores.
Aqueous Neemros® extracts at concentrations of 5 - 50 g/l inhibited mycelial growth, sporulation and germination of Fusarium oxysporum fsc lycopersici.
The characteristic which distinguishes the two species is the toxic, proteinaceous crystal produced only in B. thuringiensis during sporulation.
Bacillus thuringiensis (BT) is a gram-positive, peritrichously flagellated rod-shaped bacterium which produces a parasporal crystal during sporulation.
After the rice is thoroughly molded, which is accomplished by breaking the koji and mixing, the koji is harvested before mold sporulation starts, usually in I or 2 days.
It has been pointed out that, owing to perfectly aerobic and highly selective conditions, no aseptic precautions have to be taken, and sporulation of the mould is totally inhibited.
Its reproductive capacity was amazing and the sporulation was not controllable.
This is not altogether correct; e. g., the temperature at which spores are best formed is constant for each bacterium, but varies with different species; again, aerobes require oxygen for sporulation, but anaerobes will not spore in its presence.
After they have again found their way into a blood-corpuscle the fever diminishes, and during their growth in the corpuscle until the next sporulation the individual has a rest from the more severe symptoms.