Similar words: organism, organise, disorganise, organisation, organic, organize, organized, organization. Meaning: ['maɪkrəʊ'ɔrgənɪzm /-'ɔː-] n. any organism of microscopic size.
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(1) These are the cells that directly attack and kill micro-organisms.
(2) Bacteria belong to the microorganism.
(3) Thus these phenotypes are selectively advantageous for the microorganisms. Sentencedict.com
(4) Such aggregations not only promote transmission of micro-organisms but through repeated exposure allow large doses of these.
(5) This lack of oxygen decreases the activity of micro-organisms which break down detergents.
(6) The HIV is a weak microorganism that requires a moist, temperature-controlled environment in which to survive.
(7) This process involves the addition of microorganisms, nutrients and an electron acceptor into the saturation zone of a contaminated aquifer.
(8) Some micro-organisms began to manufacture their own nourishment and at the same time provide a food-chain base for all other emerging creatures.
(9) At worst the disinfectant is prematurely exhausted, an effect known as organic overload, allowing large numbers of micro-organisms to survive.
(10) Dubos started from the assumption that all organic matter added to the soil eventually undergoes decomposition through the agency of micro-organisms.
(11) It seemed almost impossible to many people that such tiny things as micro-organisms could have been fossilised at all.
(12) Culturing microorganisms offers a highly efficient means of producing high-protein food supplements for a hungry world of the future.
(13) Both incompatibility and parthenogenesis microorganisms alter host chromosome behaviour during early mitotic divisions of the egg.
(14) When creating a biosphere remember that: Microorganisms do most of the work.
(15) The Doc's patented micro-organisms were beavering away inside, keeping her at the peak of perfection.
(16) He can then arm an arsenal of microorganisms with an inherited lust for a variety of dioxin compounds.
(17) We are researching microorganism with highly agglutinative capability.
(18) Abstract: The quantity change regularity of microorganism was studied.
(19) To research the pathogenic microorganism characters of chronic pharyngitis.
(20) Microorganism biomass of Pure Pinus tabulaeformis and Ostryopsis davidiana and mixed forest are obviously higher than forest edge.
(21) The significant role of pathogenic microorganism in food HACCP hazard analysis and hazard control is discussed.
(22) The diseased tissue can be easily invaded by these microorganisms.
(23) The phosphate was deposited by the decay of marine microorganisms.
(24) The new system can detect the presence of dangerous but invisible microorganisms like salmonella and e. coil bacteria.
(25) Because bismuth is known to have a toxic effect on some microorganisms its therapeutic benefit in colitis may be related to this.
(26) Implementation of this plan does not guarantee that a microorganism will not cause disaster.
(27) Sourdough had been studied many years in foreign. They have made great achievements in Sourdough microorganism, especially lactic acid bacteria.
(28) The acceleration of the rate of dephenolization resulted in cutting down the time of technological process in the state of "hungry-state" of microorganism.
(29) Objective To study the active secondary metabolites from marine microorganism FIM02-635. Methods The producing strain was identified by taxonomical and phylogenetic studies.
(30) In addition, soil organic matter, alkali- hydrolyzable -N, available potassium and available phosphorus were main factors of energy and nutrition for growth and activities of microorganism.
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