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The Korean Journal of Microbiology
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The Microbiological Society of Korea
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Volume 7, Issue 4 - Dec 1969
Volume 7, Issue 3 - Sep 1969
Volume 7, Issue 2 - Jun 1969
Volume 7, Issue 1 - Mar 1969
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Studies on radiation preservation of fermented Korean rice-wine (Tak Joo and Yak Joo)
The Korean Journal of Microbiology, volume 7, issue 2, 1969, Pages 45~56
The rapid deterioration of fermented rice-wine, called Tak Joo and Yak Joo, is one of the serious problems for brewing and marketing in Korea. In this study the biochemical and microbiological investigations have been performed for extension of shelf-life of the rice-wine by the method of combined heat and radiopasteurization. Major microflora in this wine is proved as Saccharomyces cereoisiar, which is destroyed by h-at treatmznt (
, 10 min.) combined with gamma-irradiation of 240 K, rads doses. The changes of chemical constituents of them were investigated during the storage period at room temperatures of summer days(
). The results of sensory test for gamma-irradiated rice-wine with lower doses show no significant unfavourable off-odor nor color change compared with the fresh rice-wine. Therefore, it is revealed that the combined process makes possible extension of shelf-life of fermented rice-wine in markets without any deterioration and loose of its particular tastes at least for three weeks.
Studies on the determination of atmospheric sulfur dioxide and elimination of sulfur in kerosene by thiobacilli
The Korean Journal of Microbiology, volume 7, issue 2, 1969, Pages 57~62
The experiments attempted to basic studies on the atmospheric dioxide in Korea and on the elimination of sulfur in oil Thiobacilli in order to control of atmospheric sulfur dioxide. The results of experiments are following as : 1) Content of atmospheric sulfur dioxide in industrial zone which used kerosene for fuel was 0.092 ppm(average) and 0.16ppm(maximum). 2) Content of sulfur dioxide at room air which used briquet for stove fire was 0.44ppm (average) adn 0.50 pp,(maximum). 3) Thirteen strains of thiobacilli were isolated from Korean soil and sewage and they were identified with T. thiooxidans (5strains), T. thioparus(3strains), T.ferrooxidans 3 man's observation and the description in Bergey's manual. 4) Two promising strains, one of T. thiooxidans and one of T. ferooxidans. were selected for elimieation of in kerosene.
Study on the pathogeniety of aspergilli to silkworm, Bombyx mori L. in Korea
The Korean Journal of Microbiology, volume 7, issue 2, 1969, Pages 63~85
This study was carried out in order to obtain clear knowledge about the effects of Aspsulphueus which is parasitic on the bean paste ball, meju, made to brew soy sauce and bean paste for domestic uses in the general silkworm rearing farmhouseholds in Korea. The major research carried by the author during the past five years (1965-58) includes, 1) the cause of disease, 2) symptoms, 3) morphological and chemical changes of the larval body tissues and 4) methods to prevent the contagion of the disease.
Studies on amylase producing bacteria and its stimulaton. (I)
The Korean Journal of Microbiology, volume 7, issue 2, 1969, Pages 86~90
1. Amylase producing bacteria have been isolated from natural sources and was identified out. The above strain is identical to Bacillus subtillis in every details of physiological and morphorogical characteristics by this investigations. 2. Sikworm chrysalis nad chlorella extracts are prove to be further effective for the stimulation of amylase production than any other sources. The former silkworm extract is more stronger in its activity. 3. It is found that effective results had been accepted by a less soybean meal addition per that of wheat bran in the mixture ratio of them, also less addition of corn is needed in the mixture ratio of between corn and whear bran. In the mixing ratio of wheat bran per silkworm or chlorella extracts, the addition of wheat bran is necessary for stimulation of amylase production. 4. Fro the stimulation of amylase production, the effective substances from natural sources and its order of activity in cultral media cultral media is proved as follows, silkworms ext.>chlorella ext.>alcohol>skim-milk and peptone>fermented milk>radish leaf ext.