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Relationship among growth temperature, membrane fatty acid composition and pressure resistance of Escherichia coli



Relationship among growth temperature, membrane fatty acid composition and pressure resistance of Escherichia coli



Wei Sheng Wu Xue Bao 45(3): 426-430



The relationship among growth temperature, membrane fatty acid composition and pressure resistance of Escherichia coli was studied. Results indicated that the pressure resistance of exponential-phase cell was maximal in cell growth at 10 degrees C and decreased with increasing growth temperatures up to 45 degrees C.

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