Bacteria in anaerobically stored bovine waste: populations and group identifications

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University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1970 - Science - 462 pages
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Contents

MATERIALS AND METHODS
23
EXPERIMENTAL
33
Physiological Types of Bacterial Flora
39
Laboratory Scale Fermenter Studies
57
TAXONOMIC STUDY OF THE BACTERIA ISOLATED
74
Grouping of Isolates Based on Physiological
77
Taxonomic Characterization of Coccus Strains
86
Catalase test patterns for grouping
90
Allocation of Manure Cocci to Genus Staphy
135
Further identification of the manure cocci
146
Potential Function of Manure Cocci
152
Further Study on the Effect of VFA and Their
161
Quantitative measurement of dissimilation
167
Adaptive growth on fatty acid and lactate
170
Urease Activity of the Manure Cocci
176
activity
179

Further study of nonhemecatalase produced
93
Comparison of growth of strain Ml4
98
Nutritional Study of the Manure Cocci
105
Fermentation Products from Glucose
122
Lysostaphin Test a Specific Reaction
130
Cell Lytic Activity of Manure Cocci
183
Bacterial spectrum of the cell lytic
189
Effect of cultural age to the production
196
The effect of pH on the enzyme activity
199

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