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Utilization of short chain monocarboxylic acids in an effluent of a petrochemical industry by Acinetobacter calcoaceticus
The aqueous effluent generated by the Fischer‐‐Tropsch process, containing a total of 13 g/L C2–C5 monocarboxylic acids, was investigated as a potential substrate for the production of single‐cellExpand
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Gas chromatographic determination of C2-C5 fatty acids in aqueous media with a Porapak N column.
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Long-chain fatty acid composition of selected genera of yeasts belonging to the Endomycetales
The cellular long-chain fatty acids of 36 strains representing 18 genera of the Saccharomycetaceae, Endomycetaceae, Metchnikowiaceae, Saccharomycodaceae, Schizosaccharomycetaceae and DipodascaceaeExpand
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Characterisation of pathogenic species of Candida by gas chromatography: preliminary findings.
The volatile substances produced and utilised by some species of Candida isolated from man, were determined in two cultural conditions by gas chromatography. It was possible to characterise CandidaExpand
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Long-chain fatty acid composition of selected genera of yeasts belonging to the Endomycetales
The cellular long-chain fatty acids of 36 strains representing 18 genera of the Saccharomycetaceae, Endomycetaceae, Metchnikowiaceae, Saccharomycodaceae, Schizosaccharomycetaceae and DipodascaceaeExpand
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Growth of Candida utilis on ethanol and isopropanol
Candida utilis grew on ehtanol and an ethanol-isopropanol-water (22:2:1 vols) mixture but not on isopropanol alone. Acetone accumulated in all cultures containing isopropranol but its presence in theExpand
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Numerical taxonomy of alpha-amylase producing Bacillus species.
A total of 134 alpha-amylase producing Bacillus isolates and 21 reference strains were divided into 12 groups according to their similarities (% SSM). Phenotypic characteristics determined by the APIExpand
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Preliminary findings on the characterization of bacteria causing mastitis by gas chromatography.
SUMMARY Metabolic products produced by Corynebacterium ulcerans, Enterobacter aerogenes, Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus, Streptococcus agalactiae, Strep, dysgalactiae and Strep, uberisExpand
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