Lactobacillus bifidus.


The Lactobacillus genus constitutes one of the most widely distributed groups of known microorganisms. The group as a whole is primarily fernentative in character, and displays a marked degree of tolerance for acids, hence the term "aciduric," which is now generally applied to it. Members of this genus vary widely in their physiological activities and in… (More)


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@article{WeissLactobacillusB, title={Lactobacillus bifidus.}, author={J{\"u}rgen Weiss and Leo F. Rettger}, journal={Journal of bacteriology}, volume={28 5}, pages={501-21} }