The Biochemical reactions of the tribe Klebsielleae
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The Biochemical reactions of the tribe Klebsielleae

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      The purpose of this publication is to present the results of biochemical tests performed with relatively large numbers of cultures of each of the genera and species contained in the tribe KLEBSIELLEAE. The data obtained are presented in tabular form and the tables include the results obtained with cultures of each species in tests that are commonly employed and in additional tests of value. Further, deviations from certain patterns of reaction are listed, summaries of reactions given by the species within each genus are presented for comparative purposes, and tables listing reactions of particular value in the differentiation of species are included. The authors are hopeful that the information as well as the format in which it is presented, will prove useful to investigators in laboratories at all of the various levels. Since the tabular data are self-explanatory, comment will be limited.
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      M. A.Fife, W. H. Ewing, and B. R. Davis.

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 42-43).

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