Auxanography

Auxanography is the study of the effects of changes in environment on the growth of microorganisms, by means of auxanograms. It was first devised by Beijerinck for testing the effect of various nutrient media upon bacteria. The bacteria are plated out in a medium known to be poorly adapted for their nourishment, and then drops of the tested soluti...
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auxanography

The study, using auxanograms, of the effects of different conditions on the growth of bacteria. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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auxanography

auxanography, auxanographic A method of studying the effects and interactions of various substances in promoting or inhibiting the growth of micro-organisms, by inducing diffusion gradients of the substances in agar plates on which the micro-organisms are grown.
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auxanography

Type: Term Pronunciation: awk′să-nog′ră-fē Definitions: 1. The study, using auxanograms, of the effects of different conditions on the growth of bacteria.
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