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Studies on the distribution and properties of lactic acid bacteria in cow's milk in Japan. VI. (ii) Classification and distribution of lactic acid bacteria in cow's milk.



Studies on the distribution and properties of lactic acid bacteria in cow's milk in Japan. VI. (ii) Classification and distribution of lactic acid bacteria in cow's milk.



Jap. J. Zootech. Sci 30(2): 75-78



Lactic acid bacteria previously isolated (see part IV) were identified. Of 83 strains, 33.3% were Str. lactis, 14.9% Str. faecalis, 13.8% L. casei, 7.6% L. acidophilus, 6.9% Str. cremoris and 6.5% L. plantarum. Some other Leuconostoc strains were also found in lower numbers but haemolytic streptococci, L. bulgaricus, heterofermentative lacto-bacilli and facultative anaerobes were scarcely or 148 DAIRY SCIENCE ABSTRACTS, Vol. 22 No. 3 not detected.

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