Lactic acid bacteria in murcha and ragi

@inproceedings{Hesseltine1988LacticAB,
  title={Lactic acid bacteria in murcha and ragi},
  author={Clifford W. Hesseltine and Mary L. Ray},
  year={1988}
}
Sixty-nine strains of bacteria isolated from murcha and ragi (amylase starters) were studied. These came from 14 different amylase starters from Java, Bali, and Nepal and were isolated from dilution plates incubated under aerobic and anaerobic conditions. Most belonged to Pediococcus, probably P. pentosaceus, and to Streptococcus faecalis. None were able to attack starch although they are used in starch fermentations. When inoculated on rice as pure cultures most of them failed to show visible… CONTINUE READING

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