Culture independent analyses and wine fermentation: an overview of achievements 10 years after first application

@article{Cocolin2010CultureIA,
  title={Culture independent analyses and wine fermentation: an overview of achievements 10 years after first application},
  author={Luca Cocolin and Simona Campolongo and Valentina Alessandria and Paola Dolci and Kalliopi Rantsiou},
  journal={Annals of Microbiology},
  year={2010},
  volume={61},
  pages={17-23}
}
Wine fermentations are complex microbial ecosystems, with both yeasts and bacteria taking part in the transformation process with their metabolic activities. Traditional microbiological methods do not allow a complete understanding of the microbial ecology of complex systems. This is due mainly to the capacity of certain microorganisms to grow on microbiological media preferentially with respect to others. Moreover, with these methods, stressed or damaged cells cannot be detected on the plates… CONTINUE READING

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