Allan T. Johns

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CZostridium propionicum evidently possesses a mechanism for the conversion of lactate to propionate different from that found in the previously studied propionic acid producing bacteria. Reactions common to certain propionibacteria and VeiZZoneZZa gazogenes which could not be demonstrated with Cl. propionicum include : ( a ) the decarboxylation of succinic(More)
The work described in this paper addresses the problems of fault diagnosis in complex multicircuit transmission systems, in particular those arising due to mutual coupling between the two parallel circuits under different fault conditions; the problems are compounded by the fact that this mutual coupling is highly variable in nature. In this respect,(More)