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Temperature and pH-mediated changes in ice nucleation activity of ice nucleation-active bacteria


Temperature and pH-mediated changes in ice nucleation activity of ice nucleation-active bacteria



Korean Journal of Plant Pathology 6(1): 99-105



The ice nucleation activities of Pseudomonas syringae 8401, P. fluorescens 8701, and Erwinia herbicola 8701 and 8708 changed according to storage temp. of the bacteria before freezing, remaining stable at 25 degrees C but decreasing with temp. >40 degrees. The reduced activity was restored to normal by changing the storage temp. from 40-45 degrees to -4 degrees for 2 h.

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