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Metalotolerance Capacity of Autochthonous Bacteria Isolated From Industrial Waste Effluent

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Metalotolerance Capacity of Autochthonous Bacteria Isolated From Industrial Waste Effluent

intensely cultivated flood plain of Cross River, Nigeria. Int. J. Soil Sci., 1: 140- 145 Cohen, D., (2005). Lead Poisoning in the environment and our children, URL; http.//www.links2health.com Crawford, R.L and Crawford, D.L., 1995, Bioremediation: Principles and Applications. UK.Cambridge University Press. Duxbury T., 1994, Toxicity of heavy metals to soil bacteria. FEMS Microbiology Letters; 11:2-3. Gulay, B. B.,Sema, A and Yakup, M., 2003, Biosorption of heavy metal ions on immobilized whiterotfungus

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The Application of PCR Reaction for Identification of MHB Bacteria Species

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Specifics of pesticides effects on the phytopathogenic bacteria

epiphytes and endophytes isolated from winter wheat. Grain to biotechnological and fungicidal treatments. Pol J Environ Stud. 2013;22(1):267-273. http://www.pjoes.com/pdf/22.1/Pol.J.Environ.Stud.Vol.22.No.1.267-273.pdf . [6] Bebber DP, Holmes T, Gurr SJ. The global spread of crop pests and pathogens. J Global Ecol Biogeog. 2014;23:1398-1407. DOI: 10.1111/geb.1221. [7] Patyka W, Gnatiuk T, Zhytkevych N, Kalinichenko A, Frączek K. Occurence of the pathogenic bacteria Pantoea agglomerans in soybean cultivation. J Progress Plant Protection /Postępy w Ochronie

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Bacteria transport and retention in intact calcareous soil columns under saturated flow conditions

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The Influence of the Oenococcus Oeni Malolactic Bacteria in Modelling the Flavor of White Wine

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Bacterial Reduction Of Barium Sulphate By Sulphate-Reducing Bacteria

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Colonization of diatoms and bacteria on artificial substrates in the northeastern coastal Adriatic Sea

: Phytoplankton response to climate and anthropogenic infl uences in the north-eastern Adriatic during the last four decades. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 115, 98-112. MUNDA, I. M., 2005: Seasonal fouling by diatoms on artifi cial substrata at different depths near Piran (Gulf of Trieste, Northern Adriatic). Acta Adriatica 46, 137-157. NOVITSY, J. A., MORITA, R. Y., 1978: Possible strategy for the survival of marine bacteria under starvation conditions. Marine Biology 36, 289-295. O’TOOLE, G., KAPLAN, L. A., KOLTER, R

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Physical Properties of Buckwheat Water Biscuits Formulated from Fermented Flours by Selected Lactic Acid Bacteria

growth of Lactobacillus species during a rye flour fermentation. Food Microbiol., 2001, 18, 217–227. 24. Ouoba L.I.I., Rechinger K.B., Barkholt V., Diawara B., Traore A.S., Jakobsen M., Degradation of proteins during the fermentation of African locust bean ( Parkia biglobosa ) by strains of Bacillus subtilis and Bacillus pumilus for production of Soumbala. J. Appl. Microbiol., 2003, 94, 396–402. 25. Pelikánová J., Liptáková D., Valík L., Suitability of lactic acid bacteria for fermentation of maize and amaranth. J. Food Nutr. Res., 2015, 54, 354

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Relationship between mRNA of immune factors expressed by milk somatic cells and bacteria present in healthy lactating Holstein cows

Introduction The mucosal immune system has direct contact with the external antigenic environment. In mucosal tissue, several cells co-habit with major non-pathogenic bacteria in a symbiotic relationship. The microbiota interacts with its host both locally and systemically, and the immune system develops a collaborative symbiosis with antigens of the healthy microbiota. The mammary gland is one of the mucosal organs. It is thought that the cellular and soluble immune components associated with mammary tissues can also play an important role in protecting

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