Microbial Metabolism of Haloaromatics : Isolation and Properties of a Chlorobenzene-Degrading Bacterium

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  title={Microbial Metabolism of Haloaromatics : Isolation and Properties of a Chlorobenzene-Degrading Bacterium},
  author={WALTER REINEKElt}
}
  • WALTER REINEKElt
sewage samples. This organism, strain WR1306, was grown in a chemostat on a mineral medium with chlorobenzene being supplied through the vapor phase with a critical DC value at a dilution rate of 0.55 h-1. Maximum growth rates in batch culture were accomplished at substrate concentrations of -0.5 mM in the culture medium. During growth on chlorobenzene, stoichiometric amounts of chloride were released. Respiration data and enzyme activities in cell extracts as well as the isolation of 3… CONTINUE READING

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