Research Bulletin Volume 16-23

Research Bulletin Volume 16-23

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1918 edition. Excerpt: ...from Kral. White and Avery (1910) found two slime producing strains among the sixteen strains of Bacillus bulgaricus studied. Ltihnis (1910) noted most of the literature on ropy and slimy milk. Golding and Sadler (1911) isolated Bacillus viscosus as the cause of persistent outbreaks of slimy milk. Weigmann (1911) included an excellent summary of slimy milk organisms in his ' ' Mykologie der Milch. ' ' Olsen-Sopp (1912) published descriptions of two slimy milk organisms, Streptococcus taette, the characteristic organism producing viscosity in Norwegian slimy milk or taette, and Bacillus cartilaginous, from false taette. Golding (1912) discussed outbreaks of ropy milk in the British Islands, a11d summarized the literature. Bacterium lactis viscosus was isolated from one outbreak. Gorini (1913) described the Bacillus casei filaus from "Grana Kase." Troili-Petersson (1913) described the Bacterium droserae as the cause of slimy milk produced when the milk is inoculated with the leaves of Drosera iutermedia in accordance with the statements of Linnaeus. Thtini and Thaysen (1913) described Micrococcus mucofacieus as a new species of slimy milk organism from Berne, Switzerland. Fettick (1913) ascribed the sliminess of a sample of milk to the presence of Bacillus mascutericus fuscus. There appears to be some questions as to the accuracy of the results. THE' PRESENT INVESTIGATION. Every year ropy or slimy milk samples are submitted to the dairy bacteriologist at Iowa State college for examination and diagnosis in such numbers as to indicate that this fermentation is the cause of considerable losses every summer. This is further evidenced by letters received from creameries in Iowa asking for information as...show more

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  • Paperback | 124 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 7mm | 236g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236992121
  • 9781236992123