The Surgeons of the Army are forbid, under the severest penalty, to inoculate
any person," according to General Benedict Arnold's February 1776 orders.
Today, the system inoculates
about 80% of the 8 billion broiler chicks produced in the United States and Canada annually.
Today, commercially-produced inoculates
are readily available and convenient to use, and some seeds are pre-inoculated.
They studied how strains already present in field soils compete with USDA 110, the strain that farmers often use to inoculate
It is our religious duty not only to urge parents to inoculate
their children, but also to take part in the drive personally.
The swab was used to inoculate
an InPouch TF culture and trichomonads were visible within 24 hours.
Lady Mary Wortley Montagu of London and Zabdiel Boylston of Boston borrowed from the folk medicine of Ottoman women and African slaves and injected small amounts of the smallpox virus under the skin of their children to inoculate
Fifteen distinctive and fast growing rhizobacterial colonies (strains) were chosen to inoculate
the Rosa cuttings by dipping in them.
The Binghamton team collected forest soil to inoculate
containers of sterilized soil and planted them with a lab strain of mustard.
Fresh inoculums of 108 cfu/ mL were prepared according to Mc Farland standard in normal saline to inoculate
In experiments to infect and inoculate
laboratory animals such as dogs, Pasteur and his team keep a loaded revolver within reach as they work on the sleeping beasts.
Ladle inoculation is the simplest and most flexible method to inoculate