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[the ecological aspects of listeriosis in the maritime territory].in the process of batch cultivation the strains under study are capable of prolonged growth at low temperature in rich and poor nutrient media (with the term of observation equal to 4 months), while at a temperature of 37 degrees c microbial populations quickly die (in 8-35 days). in the absence of compounds containing carbon, hydrogen and nitrogen in the nutrient medium, listeria can proliferate under such conditions. as established with the use of gas chromatography and the radioisotopic metho ...19979432856
[microbiological characterization of listeria monocytogenes isolated from different sources in the primorsky territory].the results of the bacteriological study of material, taken from humans, rodents, hydro-bios and environmental objects (including foodstuffs) in the primorsky territory, for the presence of l. monocytogenes bacteria are given. 83 bacterial strains of the genus listeria were isolated. as revealed in this study, 25 of these strains belonged to l. monocytogenes (30.12%), 8 strains--to l. innocua (9.6%), 6 strains--to l. seeligeri (7.2%) and 2 strains--to l. ivanovii (2.4%). the greatest number of l ...200616758889
[influence of chemical and physical characteristics of seashore soils in primorsky region on preservation and reproduction of listeria and yersinia].influence of chemical and physical characteristics of two types of seashore soils (tidal marsh and maritime meadow soils) in primorsky region on reproduction of listeria monocytogenes and yersinia pseudotuberculosis was studied. results of experiments proved the possibility of preservation and active reproduction of these bacteria in studied soils. characteristics of maritime meadow soil are more favorable for mentioned microorganisms than tidal march soil that located closer to the sea.200717672139
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