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The effect of oxidizing agents on the growth, acid production and proteolytic properties of lactic acid bacteria



The effect of oxidizing agents on the growth, acid production and proteolytic properties of lactic acid bacteria



Svenska Mejeritidn 41(8): 75-76; 78



Potassium) bromate, iodate, nitrate, chlorate, nitrite, hydroxylamine or persulphate was added to sterilized milk inoculated with single cultures of Streptococcus cremoris and Thermobacterium helveticum and incubated at 30 degrees and 42 degrees C. respectively. Bacterial counts by Skar's method and pH determinations were carried out 4, 8, 10 and 24 hr. after inoculation and the titratable acidity was determined after 24 hr. Nitrate and chlorate had little effect on the growth rate.

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