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Carbon and Energy Sources for the Nitrifying Autotroph Nitrobacter

Journal of Bacteriology

Jul 1, 1965

C C DELWICHE, M S FINSTEIN

PMID: 16562002

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Delwiche, C. C. (University of California, Davis), and M. S. Finstein. Carbon and energy sources for the nitrifying autotroph Nitrobacter. J. Bacteriol. 90:102-107. 1965.-The effect of various organic compounds on the growth and metabolism of the obligatively autotrophic nitrifying orga...read more

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Metabolic Process, Cellular
Valine
Carbon compound
Organic Chemicals
Amino Acids, I.V. solution additive
Autotroph
Glycine
Nitrobacter
Glycine (Plant)
Hydroxyproline Measurement
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Carbon and Energy Sources for the Nitrifying Autotroph Nitrobacter

Journal of Bacteriology

Jul 1, 1965

C C DELWICHE, M S FINSTEIN

PMID: 16562002

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Abstract

Delwiche, C. C. (University of California, Davis), and M. S. Finstein. Carbon and energy sources for the nitrifying autotroph Nitrobacter. J. Bacteriol. 90:102-107. 1965.-The effect of various organic compounds on the growth and metabolism of the obligatively autotrophic nitrifying orga...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Metabolic Process, Cellular
Valine
Carbon compound
Organic Chemicals
Amino Acids, I.V. solution additive
Autotroph
Glycine
Nitrobacter
Glycine (Plant)
Hydroxyproline Measurement

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