203 71 71 3 3 J. D. A. Miller P. M. Neumann Lynette Elford D. S. Wakerley Department of Chemical Engineering University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology England National Physical Laboratory Teddington England Department of Botany King's College London England Warren Spring Laboratory Stevenage England Summary 1. Nine strains of Desulfovibrio , representing 4 species, grew by dismutation of malate in “sulphate-free” medium; succinate, fumarate and acetate were end-products of growth. 2. Two strains of D. vulgaris could only grow in malate medium in presence of sulphate as terminal electron acceptor. 3. Two dismuting strains of D. desulfuricans and two non-dismuting strains of D. vulgaris , all grown in a lactate medium, showed fumarase activity of the same order of magnitude. 4. The two dismuting strains showed high succinate dehydrogenase activity when grown in lactate medium; one of the non-dismuting strains ( Woolwich ) exhibited very low activity, while in the other non-dismuter ( Hildenborough ) the presence of succinate dehydrogenase was not conclusively proved.
Archives of Microbiology – Springer Journals
Published: Sep 1, 1970
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