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Microaerophiles

microaerophilic /mi·cro·aero·phil·ic/ (-a″er-o-fil´ik) requiring oxygen for growth but at lower concentration than is present in the atmosphere; said of bacteria.

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Wolinella recta, Wolinella curva, Bactevoides ureolyticus, and
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Improved method for colony counts of the microaerophile Spirillum volutans .
Evaluation of the Anoxomat: a new technique for anaerobic and
Characteristics of the aerobic respiratory chains of the microaerophiles
Bacterial Nutrition Typical bacterial cell is about 70-80% water. The
microaerophiles require small amounts of O2, but can't grow in the presence of atmospheric amounts of O2.

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Microaerophile - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Non Nutrient Factors Affecting Growth
What bacteria are microaerophiles
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What is microaerophile
microaerophiles - definition of microaerophiles in the Medical
microaerophilic /mi·cro·aero·phil·ic/ (-a″er-o-fil´ik) requiring oxygen for growth but at lower concentration than is present in the atmosphere; said of bacteria.

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