By A.H. Rose, D.W. Tempest (Eds.)
This quantity in a research-level sequence covers diversified elements of microbial body structure and biochemistry together with inositol metabolisms in yeasts, bacterial adhesion, natural acids, the bacterial flagellum and the mechanical behaviour of bacterial cellphone partitions. it really is meant to be of use to microbiologists, biochemists and biotechnologists. different similar works during this sequence are volumes 29, 30 and 31.
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An alternative medium for C . perfringens sporulation (which supported sporulation of 138 out of 141 strains) was reported by T6rtora (1 984). This medium gave a greater percentage of sporulation than five other media described previously. , 1957)and for the thermophilic strains Clostridum rhermosaccharolyricum(Pheil and Ordal, BACTEROIDES A N D CLOSTRIDIUM RESPONSES TO STRESS 29 1967; Hsu and Ordal, 1969b) and Clostridium t~ermo~ydrosu~uricum (Hollaus and Klaushoffer, 1973). Defined media have been specificallydeveloped to determine the nutritional and physiological requirements of a few sporulating clostridia.
1983a) showed UV-induced reactivation of irradiated phage b-1 in exponentially growing B. fragilis cells irradiated anaerobically and infected under anaerobic conditions. The highest level of UV reactivation occurred at a fluence of 120 J mP2,and a tenfold increase in phage survival was obtained. Chloramphenicol inhibited UV-induced reactivation. In contrast to UV reactivation of phage lambda, the induction of mutations in phage b-1 by UV irradiation was not observed. Two novel induced phage-reactivation systems have been reported in B.
Bergere et al. (1975) reported that the production and utilization of a polyglucan reserve material was closely related to sporulation in C. butyricum. Polyglucan accumulation, which began just before the end of exponential growth, reached a maximum at about stage I11 of sporulation, just before the first refractile spores appeared and then decreased by about 50% during the later stages V and VI of sporulation. , 1973, 1974). , 1972) which is the initial enzyme in the biosynthetic pathway. Robson et al.
Advances in Microbial Physiology, Vol. 28 by A.H. Rose, D.W. Tempest (Eds.)