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Qualitative and quantitative studies of the occurrence of clostridia in milk substitutes for growing calves

, : Qualitative and quantitative studies of the occurrence of clostridia in milk substitutes for growing calves. Qualitative und quantitative Untersuchungen zum Vorkommen von Clostridien in Milchaustauschern fur Aufzuchtkalber: 110 pp.

Clostridium tertium, C. sporogenes, C. butyricum, C. bifermentans and a few other clostridia were isolated from one-third of 25 samples of milk substitute, but their numbers and pathogenicity were not regarded as harmful for calves.

Accession: 002200118

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