Dominant Culturable Bacterial Microbiota in the Digestive Tract of the American Black Vulture ( Coragyps Atratus Bechstein 1793 ) and Search for Antagonistic Substances

@inproceedings{Carvalho2004DominantCB,
  title={Dominant Culturable Bacterial Microbiota in the Digestive Tract of the American Black Vulture ( Coragyps Atratus Bechstein 1793 ) and Search for Antagonistic Substances},
  author={Lydston Rodrigues de Carvalho and Luiz de M{\'a}c{\^e}do Farias and Jacques Robert Nicoli and Maria Clara Fernandes Silva and Andrea Teresa Santos Meira Corsino and Luiz Andr{\'e} de Lima and Rodrigo Aparecido Fernandes Redondo and Paulo Ferreira and Maria Elizabeth Bernardes Margutti Pinto},
  year={2004}
}
Strict and facultative culturable anaerobic bacteria from the digestive tract of six American black vultures (Coragyps atratus Bechstein 1793) were isolated and identified. After capture, the birds received a noncontaminated diet for one week to eliminate possible allochthonous microorganisms. Then, specimens collected from tongue, stomach and intestines were weighed, submitted to decimal dilution in an anaerobic chamber, inoculated into culture media and incubated aerobically and anaerobically… CONTINUE READING
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