Effect of pH and temperature on antimicrobial activity (mean ± SD, n = 6)
Table 2 also shows that the strain L0804 can liquefy gelatin,
decompose starch, peptonize milk peptone, grow in cellulose, and
show cellulose-decomposing ability, but not produce H2S
and utilize xylose, galactose and raffinose.
To further test the pH and thermal tolerance of the
antimicrobial compounds producing from strain L0804 metabolites,
the effects of pH and temperature on the antimicrobial compounds
stability were investigated and the results are shown in
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