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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Table 1: Biochemical characterization of isolated L.
In this study, the hydrophobicity and auto aggregation experiments showed potential adhesion skills of L.
Supernatants of two dairy strains, Z11L and Z10, of L.
Agar spot and well diffusion assay tests were applied to determine the antagonistic activity of 17 strains of L.
As cepas microbianas foram mantidas em culturas-estoques em glicerol (50%) a -20[degrees]C, enquanto celulas para uso imediato foram cultivadas em placas de agar MRS para L.
Para a producao de inoculos, os seguintes procedimentos foram adotados: L.
Se evaluaron 3 lechones por tratamiento al final de la fase de precebo (sexta semana), provenientes de: T0 (Control) sin adicion de probiotico ni antibiotico, unicamente con concentrado de iniciacion; T1: L.
The cecal concentration of acetic, propionic, and butyricbutyric acid was significantly higher in the L.
Otras especies probioticas estudiadas pertenecen a los generos Lactococcus, Enterococcus y Saccharomyces [11], pero los mas conocidos y utilizados son L.
This product is a fruit drink to which has been added a fermented oatmeal gruel which contains L.
These results suggested the potential of plantaricins as a novel antibacterial agent for controlling L.
The results of the study (Figure 2) showed that the increasing of duration of fermentation using L.