Characterization of Streptococcus bovis from the rumen of the dromedary camel and Rusa deer

  title={Characterization of Streptococcus bovis from the rumen of the dromedary camel and Rusa deer},
  author={M. B. Ghali and Paul T. Scott and Rafat A M Al Jassim},
  journal={Letters in Applied Microbiology},
Aims:  Isolation and characterization of Streptococcus bovis from the dromedary camel and Rusa deer. 

Isolation and characterization of streptococcus bovis from rumencontent of awassi sheep in iraq

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Foregut microbiology of the Arabian camel (Camelus dromedarius)

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Streptococcus bovis/S. equinus complex septicemia in a group of calves following intramuscular vaccination

Findings suggest death caused by streptococcal septicemia and toxemia as a result of contamination in cattle is suggested.

Taxonomical analysis of the suspended bacterial fraction in the dromedary rumen fluid

An analysis of the dominant microbial taxa present in suspension within the rumen fluid from slaughtered one-humped camel in Algeria was carried out using cultureindependent molecular techniques to compare the fluid associated bacterial community with those attached to the solid particulate fraction.

Genomics, evolution, and molecular epidemiology of the Streptococcus bovis/Streptococcus equinus complex (SBSEC).

Molecular diversity of the foregut bacteria community in the dromedary camel (Camelus dromedarius).

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Acute Septicemia Caused by Streptococcus gallolyticus subsp. pasteurianus in Turkey Poults

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The effect of fibre source on the numbers of some fibre-degrading bacteria of Arabian camel’s (Camelus dromedarius) foregut origin

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Development of molecular methods for identification of Streptococcus bovis from human and ruminal origins.

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Genetic homogeneity and phage susceptibility of ruminal strains of Streptococcus bovis isolated in Australia

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Microbial Fermentation in Certain Mammals

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Better understanding of acidosis and its control.

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Compositions and characteristics of strains of Streptococcus bovis.

Seven Streptococcus bovis strains JB1, 26, 581AXY2, 21096C, and 45S1 grew on glucose, maltose, starch, sucrose, cellobiose, and lactose, but arabinose was a suitable energy source for strains 2109C and K27FF4.


SUMMARY: An improved growth medium for lactobacilli is described. It supports good growth of lactobacilli generally and also is particularly useful for a number of fastidious strains which grow only

Amylolytic activity of selected species of ruminal bacteria.

  • M. Cotta
  • Medicine, Biology
    Applied and environmental microbiology
  • 1988
A variety of species of ruminal bacteria were screened for the ability to grow in starch-containing medium and produce amylase. Of those tested, the highest levels of amylase were produced by

Resistance of Streptococcus bovis to acetic acid at low pH: relationship between intracellular pH and anion accumulation

  • J. Russell
  • Biology
    Applied and environmental microbiology
  • 1991
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Medium without rumen fluid for nonselective enumeration and isolation of rumen bacteria.

The results show that medium 10 is suitable for enumeration and isolation of many predominant rumen bacteria and Regardless of differences in the predominant flora associated with diet, medium 10 and the RFM supported growth of similar bacterial populations.