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CHAPTER f PAGE I BACTEEIA AS CHEMICAL AGENTS
THE NATURE AND IDENTIFICATION OF BACTERIA
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acetic acid acetone acetylmethylcarbinol action activity Aerobacter aerobic alanine amino-acids ammonia anaerobic arginine aspartic acid attack autotrophes bacteria bacterial cell biochemical breakdown carbohydrate carbon dioxide catalysed cell-free CH3.CO.COOH Chap chemical CHNH2 CHOH Clostridia coenzyme coli consequently COOH COOH COOH COOH culture cytochrome deamination dehydrogenase effect energy environment enzyme systems enzymic constitution Esch exacting example fermentation formation formic acid fumaric acid glucose glutamic acid Gram-positive grow grown growth factor growth takes place H-acceptor heterotrophic HOOC hydrogen hydrolyse infection Inhibition inoculated inorganic involved isolated lactic acid lactose medium metabolism molecule nature nicotinic acid nitrate nitrogen occur organisms ornithine oxalacetic acid oxidation oxidised oxygen pathogenic phosphate polysaccharide possible presence production prosthetic group protein pyruvic acid reaction reduced require soil specific sterilised strain Streptococci studies substance substrate succinic acid sulphanilamide synthesise synthetic tissues toxin transamination tryptophan Type utilise washed suspensions welchii yeast