Interaction of Agromyces ramosus with Other Bacteria in Soil.

@article{Casida1983InteractionOA,
  title={Interaction of Agromyces ramosus with Other Bacteria in Soil.},
  author={L. E. Casida},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={1983},
  volume={46 4},
  pages={881-8}
}
  • L. E. Casida
  • Published 1983 in Applied and environmental microbiology
Agromyces ramosus occurs in very high numbers in most soils and, based on studies of laboratory isolates, does not require host cells for growth. Nevertheless, it attacked and destroyed most of the gram-positive and gram-negative bacterial species tested as possible host organisms. A. ramosus also attacked and destroyed Saccharomyces cerevisiae. The possibility of attack on fungi was unclear. Among the bacteria serving as hosts were the important soil species Azotobacter vinelandii, Rhizobium… CONTINUE READING

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