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Characterization of the dominant aerobic microorganism in cattle feedlot waste



Characterization of the dominant aerobic microorganism in cattle feedlot waste



Applied Microbiology 26(4): 512-516



The dominant aerobic microorganism in cattle feedlot waste (FLW) was corynebacterium. It was ubiquitous to FLW except on sites where antibiotics were incorporated into the feed. The organism required DL-aspartic acid as its nitrogen source for growth, and individual strains were stimulated by L-tyrosine; acetate served as the carbon source.

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