• Publications
  • Influence
Cultivation of Organisms Concerned in the Oxidation of Thiosulfate.
  • R. Starkey
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of bacteriology
  • 1 October 1934
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Lipid Production by a Soil Yeast.
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The Soil And The Microbe
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Microbial decomposition of methionine and identity of the resulting sulfur products.
Various bacteria, actinomycetes, and filamentous fungi decomposed methionine, but only certain aerobic bacteria isolated from soil decomposed it in the absence of other organic substrates. TheseExpand
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Dissimilation of methionine by fungi.
Soil fungi that attacked methionine required a utilizable source of energy such as glucose for growth. This is an example of co-dissimilation. Experiments with one of the fungi, representative of theExpand
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Dissimilation of methionine by a demethiolase of Aspergillus species.
Enzyme preparations obtained from the mycelium of Aspergillus species broke down methionine by co-dissimilation. The deaminase and demethiolase activities of crude extracts were increased 100-fold byExpand
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