Source and Significance of Streptococci in Market Milk


The principal source of streptococci in milk is the cow's udder. The udder streptococci fall into two broad groups; those of the larger group agree in cultural characters and agglutination affinities with mastitis streptococci; the smaller group is composed of low acid-producing streptococci. The streptococci of the latter group produce clear zones of… (More)


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@article{JonesSourceAS, title={Source and Significance of Streptococci in Market Milk}, author={F. Sutherland Jones}, journal={The Journal of Experimental Medicine}, volume={31}, pages={347 - 361} }