By A. Trevor Willis
Describes the cultivation, tools of id and medical importance of anaerobic micro organism. wide references and listed
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In both of these media it seems likely that the starch plays an important part in promoting sporulation (Labbe and Duncan, 1975; Labbe, Somers and Duncan, 1976). FERMENTATION MEDIA Tube method Sterile solutions of the various fermentable substances are added to tubes of sterile VL broth base to a concentration of 1%. The different fermentable substances are identified by the use of coloured test tube caps. 6) are added to the cultures after incubation. This is necessary, since most indicators are reduced under anaerobic conditions to colourless leuco-forms.
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Anaerobic Bacteriology. Clinical and Laboratory Practice by A. Trevor Willis