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Identification of aerobic and facultatively anaerobic sporeforming bacteria isolated during primary processing of milk






Veterinarni Medicina 41(1): 19-23

Identification of aerobic and facultatively anaerobic sporeforming bacteria isolated during primary processing of milk

66 strains of sporulating aerobic and facultatively anaerobic bacteria were isolated from milk which had undergone primary processing on farms, and were identified. 65 strs were classified as belonging to morphological group 1, with 58 identified as Bacillus licheniformis, 5 as Bacillus subtilis, 1 as Bacillus pumilus, and 1 as Bacillus cereus. One str. was classified as belonging to morphological group 2 and was identified as Paenibacillus amylolyticus.


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