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tu, Tityre, lentus in umbra / Formosam resonare docet Amaryllida silvas" (You Tityrus, at ease in the shade, teach the woods to re-echo the name beautiful Amaryllis.
The isolated Staphylococci strains belong to the four following species: Staphylococcus aureus, Staphylococcus xylosus, Staphylococcus epidermidis and Staphylococcus lentus at percentages of 52.
The lack of government appearance or intervention is one of the most concerning things," says Nic Norman-Smith, a fund manager at Lentus Asset Management in the country's most populated city Johannesburg.
Among the isolates, the representative bacterial strains in the rhizosphere were identified as Bacillus lentus AK1, Bacillus sp.
Esta enzima, geralmente extracelular, e produzida por varios tipos de microrganismos, como Thermoanaerohacterium, Klebsiella oxytoca e algumas especies de Bacillus, como Bacillus macerans, Bacillus circulans, Bacillus megaterium, Bacillus firmus e Bacillus lentus (CAO et al.
nos patriam fugimus; tu, Tityre, lentus in umbra formosam resonare doces Amaryllida silvas.
HLA associations have been made using this assay on other proteins--for example, Bacillus lentus subtilisin (Stickler et al.
The Yale University specimen (YPM 1796), the only published report of an alleged Cretaceous bird from Texas, was designated the type of a distinct species, Ichthyornis lentus (originally referred to the genus Graculavus).
PB-2 biofertilizer contains two kinds of phosphate--solublizing bacterium of Bacillus lentus and Pseudomonas poetida which make the unabsorbable phosphorous compound absorbable by two methods of organic acid and phosphates acid exudation.
Micrococcus 1,003 100 AY144446 luteus Israel Staphylococcus 995 100 AF540985 epidermidis Micrococcus 906 100 -- luteus Italy Kocaria palustris 961 100 AY144445 Japan Staphylococcus 972 100 -- hominis Bacillus 970 100 -- thuringiensis/ cereus Republic Bacillus lentus 1,015 97 -- of Ireland Staphylococcus 981 100 AY144443 schleiferi South Kocuria 984 100 -- Africa palustris/ Micrococcus sp.