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Humic-like substances of bacterial origin. I. Some aspects of the formation and nature of humic-like substances produced. II. Fractionation of the bacterial humic-like substances by gel filtration on sephadex gels. III. Production of humic-like substances by Pseudomonas acidovorans in media containing certain benzene derivatives



Humic-like substances of bacterial origin. I. Some aspects of the formation and nature of humic-like substances produced. II. Fractionation of the bacterial humic-like substances by gel filtration on sephadex gels. III. Production of humic-like substances by Pseudomonas acidovorans in media containing certain benzene derivatives



Acta Microbiologica Polonica 26(4): 377-386; 387-392; 393-401



IR spectroscopy and gel filtration studies showed that the bacterial humic acids produced by two Pseudomonas strains were similar in nature to a synthetic humic material.

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