Actinoplanes Philippinensis: Effect of Carbon Sources on Zoospore Production

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Actinomycetes are able to utilize a great variety of carbohydrates, like sugar. The particular kind of sugar and its concentration has decisive effect on the growth of microorganisms. The proper nutritional media aids also in the production of spores. Based on this generalization, that the growth and sporulation of microorganisms are greatly influenced by the nature and the concentration of carbohydrates, an attempt has been made to study Actinoplanes philippinensis with respect to this influence.

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vii, 51 leaves: ill.

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White, Olivia May 1968.

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Actinomycetes are able to utilize a great variety of carbohydrates, like sugar. The particular kind of sugar and its concentration has decisive effect on the growth of microorganisms. The proper nutritional media aids also in the production of spores. Based on this generalization, that the growth and sporulation of microorganisms are greatly influenced by the nature and the concentration of carbohydrates, an attempt has been made to study Actinoplanes philippinensis with respect to this influence.

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White, Olivia. Actinoplanes Philippinensis: Effect of Carbon Sources on Zoospore Production, thesis, May 1968; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc163928/: accessed May 25, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .