By D. Perlman (ed.)
Meant for researchers in utilized microbiology and environmental engineers, this publication covers such subject matters as environmental evaluate of biotechnological approaches and microbial differences of haloaromatic and haloaliphatic compounds.
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Methanomonas methanooxidans was isolated from several sources by Brown et al. (1964)and Stocks and McCleskey (1964). The enrichments were shaken at 30°C under methane and air. After several transfers a sample was diluted and microcolonies were picked with the aid of a microscope. The colonies did not grow to a size easily visible without the use of a microscope. Methylococcus capsulatus was isolated by Foster and Davis (1966) by elective culture in a liquid medium at 5055°C. After streaking onto mineral-salts agar, visible colonies formed in 10-14 days at 37°C under a methane-air atmosphere.
Advances in Applied Microbiology, Vol. 26 by D. Perlman (ed.)