LEUCONOSTOC CITROVORUM PDF

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The cell wall constituents of Leuconostoc citrovorum , L. All three strains contained glycerol. Glucose and rhamnose were the major reducing sugar constituents. Alanine, glutamic acid, lysine, glucosamine, and muramic acid were the principal amino acids and amino sugars in all three strains. In addition, strain a contained l -serine as a major cell wall component. Quantitative amino acid analyses indicate that glutamic acid, lysine, glucosamine, muramic acid, and serine may be present in the cell walls in equimolar amounts and that alanine is present in three to four times these quantities.

The similarities and differences between the cell wall constituents of the leuconostocs and those of the lactobacilli and streptococci are discussed. National Center for Biotechnology Information , U. Journal List J Bacteriol v. J Bacteriol. Sheila J.

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Cell wall constituents of Leuconostoc citrovorum and Leuconostoc mesenteroides.

Leuconostoc [2] is a genus of gram-positive bacteria , placed within the family of Leuconostocaceae. They are generally ovoid cocci often forming chains. Leuconostoc spp. All species within this genus are heterofermentative and are able to produce dextran from sucrose. They are generally slime-forming. Blamed for causing the 'stink' when creating a sourdough starter , some species are also capable of causing human infection. In this process, fresh cabbage is fermented in a light brine , where the sugars in the cabbage are transformed by lactofermentation to lactic acid which gives the cabbage a sour flavour and good keeping qualities.

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