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The Metschnikoff theory the and 2730 influence of diet on the intestinal flora, growth, propagation, behavior and blood picture of the white rat. II. The nature of the intestinal contents, i.e., the feces, and the formation of the intestinal or fecal flora with a preponderantly vegetable, carbohydrate-rich diet, and the conditions of change of the intestinal flora to a lactic acid bacterial flora



The Metschnikoff theory the and 2730 influence of diet on the intestinal flora, growth, propagation, behavior and blood picture of the white rat. II. The nature of the intestinal contents, i.e., the feces, and the formation of the intestinal or fecal flora with a preponderantly vegetable, carbohydrate-rich diet, and the conditions of change of the intestinal flora to a lactic acid bacterial flora



Zentralbl Bakt [e C] I Abt Orig 112(3/4): 206-230



A vegetable, carbohydrate-rich diet is suggested for the successful implantation of a lactic acid flora in the intestines of the rat. Changes in the nature, consistency, color, and odor of the feces were followed during feeding. Twenty-five per cent lactose in the diet brought about a definite transformation in the intestinal flora in contrast to that of normally nourished animals. Lactic acid bacteria predominated. The changes were especially characterized by the appearance of Bad. bifidum, seldom encountered in the normally fed series.

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