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Oda, Y., Park, B.S., Moon, K.H. & Tonomura, K. (1997): Recycling of bakery wastes using an amylolytic lactic acid bacterium. Bioresource Technol. , 60 , 101–106. Tonomura K

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: E. Yatmaz, E. Karahalil, M. Germec, H.R. Oziyci, M. Karhan, G. Duruksu, Z.B. Ogel, and I. Turhan

. Y IN , L.J. , T AI , H.M. & J IANG , S.T. ( 2012 a): Characterization of mannanase from a novel mannanase-producing bacterium . J. Agr. Food Chem. , 60 , 6425 – 6431 . Y

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A survey of current taxonomy of common foodborne bacteria

Part II. Gram-positive phyla of Firmicutes and Actinobacteria

Acta Alimentaria
Author: T. Deák

Ishikawa, M., Nakajima, K., Yanagi, M., Yamamoto, Y. & Yamasato, K. (2003): Marinilactobacillus psychrotolerans gen. nov., sp. nov., a halophilic and alkaliphilic marine lactic acid bacterium isolated from marine organisms in temperate and subtropical

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): Alicyclobacillus acidoterrestris II. A kezelések hatása a baktériumra. ( Alicyclobacillus acidoterrestris II. The effect of treatments on the bacterium.) Ásványvíz Üdítőital Gyümölcslé Alkoholmentes Italok 9 , 52

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2003 42 133 136 Otten, L., Burr, T. J. & Szegedi, E. (2008): Agrobacterium : a disease causing bacterium

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: A. Nath, S. Mondal, A. Csighy, M.A. Molnár, K. Pásztorné-Huszár, Z. Kovács, A. Koris, and Gy. Vatai

. Amit-Romach , E. , Uni , Z. & Reifen , R. ( 2010 ): Multistep mechanism of probiotic bacterium, the effect on innate immune system . Mol. Nutr. Food Res. , 54 , 277 – 284

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phosphate reserve [ 20 ], [ 21 ]. Phosphorus is about 1-3% of the dry weight of a bacterium. The phosphorus content is approximately one-fifth of the nitrogen content of the bacteria. The actual phosphorus content may vary from one-seventh to one-third of

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) were reported for Lactococcus mesenteroides subsp . mesenteroides CRL 2131 and Enterococcus durans CRL 2122. They isolated 29 lactic acid bacterium strains from amaranth, and 79% of them were able to grow in the absence of riboflavin that agrees

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. officinalis against bacterium and yeast strains were investigated in our study. The findings are shown in Table 2 . Table 2. Antimicrobial activities of Asparagus species A B C D E F G H J A. acutifolius DCM 200 200 100 400 200 400 100 100 100 MeOH

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zone was found againts H. pylori , which is a fastidious, Gram negative bacterium that grows poorly in broth culture. Our findings showed that propolis extracts have much better inhibition effects than honey samples, which clearly shows that propolis is

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