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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Probiotics such as L.plantarum aid in improvement of digestion in animals which is stimulated by digestive enzyme production.
plantarum per kg of feed, 80 LPc-Basal diet+80 cells/1000 mL L.plantarum per kg of feed, 40 PGLM-Basal diet+40 g/1000 g guava meal per kg of feed, 60 PGLM-Basal diet+60 g/1000 g guava meal per kg of feed, 80 PGLM-Basal diet+80 g/1000 g guava meal per kg of feed.
This research applied both adsorption on zeolite and entrapment by [kappa]-carrageenan on the immobilisation of L.plantarum Mar8 producing uricase.
The zeolite/[kappa]-carrageenan membrane was immersed in 20 [micro]L the L.plantarum suspension (~[10.sup.6] CFU/mL) and kept at 4 [degrees]C for 3 h.
Kinetics properties of L.plantarum uricase were determined using Michaelis-Menten equation and Lineweaver-Burk plot, where:
Biosensor stability of L.plantarum uricase activity was determined relatively from initial time to some definite times (Iswantini et al., 2014).