grape-like clusters in a sentence
1. In terrestrial caecilians, the eggs are laid in grape-like clusters in burrows near streams.
2. (Contrast with that of staphylococci, which divide along multiple axes, thereby generating irregular, grape-like clusters of cells.) The term was coined in 1877 by Viennese surgeon Albert Theodor Billroth (1829–1894), by combining the prefix "strepto-" (from Ancient Greek: στρεπτός, romanized: streptós, lit.
3. In medical literature, the bacterium is often referred to as S. aureus, Staph aureus or Staph a.. S. aureus appears as staphylococci (grape-like clusters) when viewed through a microscope, and has large, round, golden-yellow colonies, often with hemolysis, when grown on blood agar plates.
4. It is frequently found in grape-like clusters or chains.
5. The impressive, grape-like clusters are sometimes so heavy, they break the branchlets to which they are attached.
6. In late summer, it bears green fruit, about 2 cm (0.79 in) diameter, in large, grape-like clusters.
7. The many small flowers of Spiraea shrubs are clustered together in inflorescences, usually in dense panicles, umbrella-like corymbs, or grape-like clusters.
8. Staphylococcus aureus is a Gram-positive, facultative anaerobe, coccal (round shaped) bacteria that appears in grape-like clusters that can thrive in high salt and low water activity habitats.
9. The genus name of Arctostaphylos uva-ursi comes from the Greek words arctos (meaning bear) and staphyle (meaning "bunch of grapes") in reference to the fruits which form grape-like clusters.
10. The Wine Room and the Wine Table are adorned with grape-like clusters called botryoids.
11. S. epidermidis is a very hardy microorganism, consisting of nonmotile, Gram-positive cocci, arranged in grape-like clusters.
12. They are not pigmented and occur in grape-like clusters, attached by a single thread.
13. When nutrient levels are low, it forms grape-like clusters that range in diameter from 0.5–1.0 mm up to 100 clusters large.
14. The fertile part of the leaf is very different in shape, with grape-like clusters of sporangia by which it reproduces.
15. A phyogenic non-motile Gram-positive cocci which forms into grape like clusters.
16. Under the microscope, they appear spherical (cocci), and form in grape-like clusters.
17. These rudimentary tubules will eventually become the matured lactiferous (milk) ducts, which connect the lobules (milk "containers") of the breast, grape-like clusters of alveoli, to the nipples.
18. The female gonads are located in the second to fourth segments with beige-colored grape-like clusters of variously-sized ova (with a maximum diameter of 1 mm (0.039 in)).
19. The cells are considered biosafety level 1. They are known to grow in grape-like clusters with an invasive phenotype resembling that of the cells in vivo.
20. In normal aging, there are beadlike swellings within the cholinergic fibers with enlarged or thickened axons, often in grape-like clusters.
- its similar clusters
- underwater stems
- The greenhouse
- lays eggs
- juvenile frogs
- an intervening larval stage
- Physalaemus pustulosus
- a floating nest
- its eggs
- a raft
- a foam cap
- The foam
- anti-microbial properties
- no detergents
- free-living larvae
- their development
- either aquatic or terrestrial adults
- most lungless salamanders
- miniature adults
- Nectophrynoides spp
- a few days later
- about a day
- Necturus, Proteus and Amphiuma
- Sri Lanka
- the age of about ten months
- maternal dermatophagy
- about seven minutes
- approximately three days
- up to 20%