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The Korean Journal of Microbiology
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The Microbiological Society of Korea
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Volume 11, Issue 4 - Dec 1973
Volume 11, Issue 3 - Sep 1973
Volume 11, Issue 2 - Jun 1973
Volume 11, Issue 1 - Mar 1973
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Study on ornithine-containing lipid from ferrobacillus ferrooxidans
The Korean Journal of Microbiology, volume 11, issue 3, 1973, Pages 109~114
It is well known that the ornithine-containing lipids were separated and identified from the other lipids of Rhodopseudomonas spheroides, Rhodospirillum, and Thiobacillus thiooxidans. An ornithine-containing lipid that lacks phosphorus and glycerol has been observed in Ferrobacillus ferrooxidans which was isolated from dalsung copper mine in Korea. The aminolipid was extracted from F.ferrooxidans and furthr purified by thin layer chromatography, and the product was identified as an ornithine-containing lipid by paper and liquid chromatography respectively.
Immunological Studies on Ferrbacillus ferrooxidans
The Korean Journal of Microbiology, volume 11, issue 3, 1973, Pages 115~120
The cell components of an iron-oxidizing F.ferrooxidans were analyzed with heterotrophic E.coli as a control group. The large amounts of total carbohydrate and lipids were represented in F.ferrooxidans and especially the total lipids including total sterol, glyceride, and phospholipid possessed about 4.6% of total dry cell. In amino acids analysis, an unknown metrial was detected in F.ferrooxidans nad it is assumed that material is a ninhydrin-positive and have an association with lipid.
Studies on the Amylase of Rhizopus(III)
The Korean Journal of Microbiology, volume 11, issue 3, 1973, Pages 121~128
In order to clarify the best cultural conditions of Rhizopus niveus the effects of aeration, pH and various nutrients, such as different carbon and nitrogen sources, vitamins, and growth substances, on the mycelial growth were studied through liquid culture, and amylase activities of the fungus at different cultural periods were measured. Soluble starch, xylose and galactose are excellent sources of carbon for growth of the fungus. Sorbose and lactose are utilized slightly for growth. peptone, ammonium sulfate and alanine are excellent nitrogen sources for growth, tyrptophane nad potassium nitrate are utilized slightly for growth and sodium nitrite is not utilized. Thiamine nad gibberellin are excellent growth substances for the fungal growth, and biotin, nicotinamide and indole acetic acid (IAA) are also effective. Rhizopus niveus grows better at rotatory culture than at stationary culture and earlier growth of the fungus increases remarkably at rotatory culture. Optimum pH than at pH3. Growth increases linerly with an increase of soluble starch content up to 100g per liter medium, but 5 grams of ammonium sulfate per liter is the optimum nitrogen concentration for growth, if Pfeffer's medium is employed. Amylase activities of Rhizopus at different cultural periods showed that the maximum amylase production takes place after the cell population has reached its peak in the culture. Dextrinogenic amylase production has reached maximum at stationary phase, and maximum saccharogenic maylase production takes place in the pahse of negative gorwth acceleration.
On the Microbial Contamination in Softdrink Manufacturing Process
The Korean Journal of Microbiology, volume 11, issue 3, 1973, Pages 129~133
The authors have investigated about the microbial contamination of goods which is a criterion of hygienic control. Conducting on investigation, a special attention has been paid on the rate of microbial contamination in the goods, especially in manufacturing process of the softdrink. The authors also made an experiment on total microbes which is the criterion of contamination in each step of the process and in raw materials together with materials to be used for subdividing. Results obtained were as follows : 1) The orgin of microbial contamination was found in bottle cap and in tap water, that is, there appeared 9 colony per ml in bottle cap and 31-74 colony per ml in tap water, respectively. 2) It was found that microbial contamination are 4 colony per ml in average through year. However, it appeared 1 colony per ml in winter and 8 colony per ml in summer. 3) Coliform groups are not detected in goods through a year. 4) There was no variation in number of total microbes after ion exchange resin passage in purification process of tap water. 5) The number of microbes in goods are decreased when the raw materials are treated in high temperature short time (HTST) sterilization.
Arthropod Tissue Culture and Virus Research
The Korean Journal of Microbiology, volume 11, issue 3, 1973, Pages 134~151
The physico-chemical and biological factors of coastal sea water were measured bimonthly from 1976 to 1979 for elucidating the relationship between microbial distribution and environmental factors at Masan and Jinhae bay. The experimental results are summarized as followings : 1) The polulation size of bactriz in sea water were increasing as the water temperature increased, and that was higher at station 2 and 3 than at station 1. The number of fungi showed the highest value on July on bottom. The population size of yeast showed no seasonal variation and also showed a relation with the geographic distance. 2) The correlationship between microbial distribution and environmental factors showed little coefficiency in surface water. And the other hand, at bottom water, between general bacteria and water temperature and dissolved oxygen, and between yeast and salinity, there were relatively high coefficiecy.