Micro-organism sentence example

micro-organism
  • The micro-organism giving rise to this disease generally appears in the form of small jointed rods and tangled masses under the microscope.
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  • The most common disease to which wine is subject by infection is that caused by a micro-organism termed mycoderma-vini (French fleurs de vin).
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  • This micro-organism, which resembles ordinary yeast cells in appearance, forms a pellicle on the surface of wine, particularly when the latter is exposed to the air more than it should be, and its development is favoured by lack of alcohol.
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  • The micro-organism splits up the alcohol of the wine and some of the other constituents, forming carbonic acid and water.
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  • The micro-organism splits up the laevulose in the must, forming mannitol and different acids, particularly volatile acid.
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  • It has been found, for instance, that in the case of the mannitic disease the action of the micro-organism may be checked, or prevented altogether, by bringing the acidity of the must up to a certain level by the addition of a small quantity of tartaric acid.
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  • In the case of Tokay, however, the transformation of the grape into what is practically a raisin is not brought about by the intervention of any particular micro-organism.
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  • The sun is sufficiently powerful to cause the evaporation of the water in the grape through the skin without any preliminary loosening of the latter by the action of the botrytis cinerea or any other micro-organism.
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  • The most common infecting micro-organism was coagulase-negative staphylococcus, followed by Staphylococcus aureus, enterococci and streptococci.
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  • This result is doubtless largely dependent on the existence, the distribution and the condition of the appropriate microbes for the due infection of the different descriptions of plant, for the micro-organism that dwells symbiotically with one species is not identical with that which similarly dwells with another.
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  • It is isolated from the micro-organism, Serratia E15, an enzyme that is naturally present in the silkworm intestine.
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  • Jiirgehinas makes out that when an animal is rendered immune to a particular micro-organism this histolytic property becomes exalted.
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