Lactobacillus plantarum

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Lac·to·ba·cil·lus plan·ta'r·um

a bacterial species found in dairy products and environments, fermenting plants, silage, sauerkraut, pickled vegetables, spoiled tomato products, sour dough, cow dung, and the human mouth, intestinal tract, and stools.
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These forage piles were treated with i) distilled water only (CON, distilled water at 2 mL/kg of fresh forage); ii) Chungmi-Lacto (INO, L.
In addition to these, the 100 day silage was also analyzed for in vitro DM digestibility (IVDMD), fermentation characteristics, microbial colony counts (LAB, yeast and mold) and polymerase chain reaction (PCR) analysis for L.
The result of gel electrophoresis after PCR amplification of L.
The cecal concentration of acetic, propionic, and butyricbutyric acid was significantly higher in the L.
This product is a fruit drink to which has been added a fermented oatmeal gruel which contains L.
Murine studies were only considered if the research had strong application to humans, but in general these studies were excluded, along with the studies of L.
For example, one uncontrolled, non-blinded, four week clinical trial of 12 patients found that L.
The results of the study (Figure 2) showed that the increasing of duration of fermentation using L.
The results of the study (Figure 2) showed that, the increasing of duration of fermentation with L.
This suggests that the bacterial activity in the egg albumen produced the acidic conditions that lower the pH as L.
The objective of this study was to evaluate the survival and effect of three new probiotic inoculants (isolates of our Institute and L.
18:3,] and ensiling of grass with the addition of L.