P G Berwick

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Streptomyces cattleya, S. fradiae and S. griseus produced different amounts of growth when cultured sequentially through sporulation, vegetative and antibiotic production media. Only S. griseus grew well on all three types of medium. Streptomyces cattleya grew poorly on both sporulation and vegetative media. Growth was 1.6 and 8.0 mg/1/h respectively. For(More)
Oil residues arising from the Christos-Bitas spillage were found to contain 28% of oil extractable by carbon tetrachloride; the remainder comprised water and undefined solids. When incubated in 8-L rectangular tanks with a mixed population of mainly bacteria to which diammonium hydrogen phosphate was added, ca. 97% of the Christos-Bitas oil fraction was(More)
Oil residues arising from the Christos-Bitas spillage were found to contain 28% of oil extractable by carbon tetrachloride; the remainder consisted of water and undefined solids. Christos-Bitas mousse was added to 1.18 m(3) liquor inoculated with oil-contaminated marine mud, and aerated with a 1.5-hp vortex pump and venturi nozzle (12.5 mm) in a cylindrical(More)
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