|ADJ || bacteriological | - | - |
|SYNO ||bacteriologic | bacteriological|
ADJ positive | comparative | superlative
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- Under Koch's leadership, Gaffky and others developed bacteriological protocols and achieved progress in identifying causes of infectious diseases.
- 1939 - 1945 (approx): Used by the Department of National Defence to research bacteriological warfare, including the manufacture of anthrax.
- Although direct official evidence such as military records and similar documentation that bacteriological warfare was employed during the Korean War by either side does not exist, some contend that there is overwhelming indirect and unofficial evidence that the US used biological weapons during this war.
- DCA agar (deoxycholate citrate agar) is a solid bacteriological growth medium used for isolation of enteric pathogens.
- Weymouth Laboratory is also the European Union and UK national reference laboratory for monitoring bacteriological and viral contamination of bivalve molluscs.
- From 1923 to 1935 Fleck worked in the department of internal medicine at Lwów General Hospital, then became director of the bacteriological laboratory at the local social security authority.
- Spalko intends to release a bacteriological weapon during peace negotiations between many world leaders to be held in Reykjavík, using the terrorists he is cultivating as a diversion.
- On March 15, 1906, the Bacteriological Institute was opened near the Taipingshan area.
- In addition to chemical analyses, Zega also performed bacteriological analyses and published two papers in this field: "On a chromogenic bacterium" and a paper on a constructed apparatus for taking water samples for later bacteriological analysis.
- In Prizren during 1923/1924, it was established the highly efficient bacteriological service which provided services to the entire territory of Kosovo, during Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes era.
- Loney Clinton Gordon (1915–1999) was an African-American chemist and laboratory researcher who assisted doctors Pearl Kendrick and Grace Eldering with bacteriological virulence research leading to the creation of the pertussis vaccine.
- The diagnosis of the condition is made on the basis of histological and bacteriological studies.
- While the milk produced by the Horro cattle is safe to consume, it is generally above acceptable acidity levels, as well as having poor bacteriological quality.
- In ancient Prizren, during 1923/1924, it was established the highly efficient bacteriological service which provided services to the entire territory of Kosovo at that time (a part of Sandžak and Montenegro).
- Gelidium agar is used primarily for bacteriological plates. Gracilaria agar is used mainly in food applications.
- In 2013, three of the eight bacteriological outbreaks in raw milk occurred in individuals who consumed milk produced on farms operating herdshares.
- The overall quality assessment of the Drwinka river waters at its estuary in physico-chemical, hydrobiological and bacteriological terms corresponds to Class I or Class II standards.
- Mary Engle Pennington (October 8, 1872 – December 27, 1952) was an American bacteriological chemist and refrigeration engineer.
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