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Two kinds of ammonia-oxidizing bacteria isolated from biologically deodorizing plants in cold district


Two kinds of ammonia-oxidizing bacteria isolated from biologically deodorizing plants in cold district



Journal of Bioscience and Bioengineering 98(3): 207-210



ISSN/ISBN: 1389-1723

PMID: 16233691

DOI: 10.1016/s1389-1723(04)00267-1

Two kinds of ammonia-oxidizing bacteria isolated from biologically deodorizing plants in cold districts in Japan were identified as Nitrosomonas sp. IWT202 and Nitrosomonas sp. IWT514. The optimum pHs for growth were 8.0 (IWT202) and 7.5 (IWT514). Although rockwool samples for isolation were collected from the same plants, the optimum temperature for growth of strain IWT202 (37 degrees C) differed from that of strain IWT514 (30 degrees C).

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