culture medium for sulfate reducing bacteria

Austin Reade rbs at hfx.andara.com
Wed Feb 7 11:27:48 EST 2001


"The Sulphate Reducing Bacteria" by John Postgate has recipes for several
media.

>From ASM's "Manual of Methods for General Bacteriology (1981)

yeast extract           1.0g
sodium lactate        4.0g
NH4Cl                     0.5g
K2HPO4                 1.0g
MgSO4 . 7H2O      0.2g
CaCl2 . 2H2O        0.1g
FeSO4 . 7H2O       0.1g
Na2SO4                 0.5 g

(NaCl, for marine organisms  20-30g)

Oddly they don't give a volume but per litre would seem to be appropriate.
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Austin Reade

tegs <tegs at home.nl> wrote in message
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> hello,
>
> i hope someone can help me,
> i need the defined culture medium for
> sulfate reducing bacteria for a project in the
> first year of my biology study. i looked on the net
> for a few hours but i found nothing but commercial
> biotechnological sites. i thought that someone here
> could help me out? I need to know the chemical
> substances to form the medium and the quantity..
>
> thanks i really appreciate it!
>
>
>







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