O A Bushnell

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Although several workers have investigated the serological characteristics of the organisms in the genus Rhizobium, few have given much consideration to the possible relationships between bacteria isolated from plants of the soybean, cowpea, and lupine groups. Moreover, none of these workers has had the benefit of recent discoveries in immunology, which(More)
A considerable and varied microflora is introduced into passionfruit nectar base under present methods of production. In spite of the great acidity of the nectar base (pH range: 2.8 to 3.2), the high sucrose concentration (approximately 50%), and storage at -20 C, remnants of the microflora persist for a year or longer. During storage, however, there is a(More)
Historians and other sorts of antiquarians in Hawaii have been meeting to discuss the history of medicine since 1932 when the History of Medicine Society was formed. The Society was not long lived, but another group was established in 1964 called the Hillebrand Society which continued until 1972. History repeats itself and in 1992 the Hawaii Society for the(More)
FIVE TEST ORGANISMS WERE USED: Escherichia coli, Salmonella typhosa, Salmonella schottmuelleri, Salmonella enteritidis, and Shigella paradysenteriae. Even when large inocula of these test cultures were introduced into fresh passionfruit nectar base, all test organisms were killed within 1 to 2 hr, provided the nectar base was held at room temperature for(More)