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CHANGES IN VIABILITY, CELL COMPOSITION, AND ENZYME LEVELS DURING STARVATION OF CONTINUOUSLY CULTURED (AMMONIA-LIMITED) SELENOMONAS RUMINANTIUMMINK RW; PATTERSON JA; HESPELL RB et al.1982; APPL. ENVIRON. MICROBIOL.; ISSN 0099-2240; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 44; NO 4; PP. 913-922; BIBL. 53 REF.Article

Characterization of Lateral Flagella of Selenomonas ruminantiumHAYA, Shohei; TOKUMARU, Yuya; ABE, Naoki et al.Applied and environmental microbiology (Print). 2011, Vol 77, Num 8, pp 2799-2802, issn 0099-2240, 4 p.Article

PHYSIOLOGICAL IMPORTANCE OF EVEN-NUMBERED FATTY ACIDS AND ALDEHYDES IN PLASMALOGEN PHOSPHOLIPIDS OF SELENOMONAS RUMINANTIUMWATANABE T; OKUDA SI; TAKAHASHI H et al.1982; J. GEN. APPL. MICROBIOL.; ISSN 0022-1260; JPN; DA. 1982; VOL. 28; NO 1; PP. 23-33; BIBL. 11 REF.Article

CYTOPLASMIC RESERVE POLYSACCHARIDE OF SELENOMONAS RUMINANTIUMWALLACE RJ.1980; APPL. ENVIRONMENT. MICROBIOL.; USA; DA. 1980; VOL. 39; NO 3; PP. 630-634; BIBL. 26 REF.Article

SOME EFFECTS OF OXYGEN ON THE PHYSIOLOGY OF SELENOMONAS RUMINANTIUM WPL 151/1 GROWN IN CONTINUOUS CULTUREOTHMAN ABDUL SAMAH; WIMPENNY JWT.1982; J. GEN. MICROBIOL.; ISSN 0022-1287; GBR; DA. 1982; VOL. 128; NO 2; PP. 355-360; BIBL. 23 REF.Article

A NEW FORM OF STRUCTURAL PEPTIDOGLYCAN IN SELENOMONAS RUMINANTIUM: EXISTENCE OF POLYAMINE IN PEPTIDOGLYCANKAMIO Y; ITOH Y; TERAWAKI Y et al.1980; AGRIC. BIOL. CHEM.; ISSN 0002-1369; JPN; DA. 1980; VOL. 44; NO 10; PP. 2523-2526; BIBL. 10 REF.Article

PENICILLIN-BINDING PROTEINS IN SELENOMONAS RUMINANTIUMKAMIO Y; TERAWAKI Y.1981; AGRIC. BIOL. CHEM.; ISSN 0002-1369; JPN; DA. 1981; VOL. 45; NO 4; PP. 993-995; BIBL. 11 REF.Article

REGULATION UREASE AND AMMONIA ASSIMILATORY ENZYMES IN SELENOMONAS RUMINANTIUMSMITH CJ; HESPELL RB; BRYANT MP et al.1981; APPL. ENVIRON. MICROBIOL.; ISSN 0099-2240; USA; DA. 1981; VOL. 42; NO 1; PP. 89-96; BIBL. 28 REF.Article

CHEMICAL STRUCTURE OF PEPTIDOGLYCAN IN SELENOMONAS RUMINANTIUM: CADAVERINE LINKS COVALENTLY TO THE D-GLUTAMIC ACID RESIDUE OF PEPTIDOGLYCANKAMIO Y; ITOH Y; TERAWAKI Y et al.1981; J. BACTERIOL.; ISSN 0021-9193; USA; DA. 1981; VOL. 146; NO 1; PP. 49-53; BIBL. 9 REF.Article

Variability of putative rep gene cassettes in Selenomonas ruminantium plasmidsFECSKEOVA, Lívia; IVAN, Jozef; JAVORSKY, Peter et al.FEMS microbiology letters. 2012, Vol 336, Num 2, pp 98-103, issn 0378-1097, 6 p.Article

Effect of dicarboxylic acids and Aspergillus oryzae fermentation extract on lactate uptake by the ruminal bacterium Selenomonas ruminantiumNISBET, D. J; MARTIN, S. A.Applied and environmental microbiology (Print). 1990, Vol 56, Num 11, pp 3515-3518, issn 0099-2240, 4 p.Article

Xylooligosaccharide utilization by the ruminal anaerobic bacterium Selenomonas ruminantiumCOTTA, M. A; WHITEHEAD, T. R.Current microbiology (Print). 1998, Vol 36, Num 4, pp 183-189, issn 0343-8651Article

Monoclonal antibodies against the ruminal bacterium selenomonas ruminantiumBROOKER, J. D; STOKES, B.Applied and environmental microbiology (Print). 1990, Vol 56, Num 7, pp 2193-2199, issn 0099-2240, 7 p.Article

CADAVERINE IS COVALENTLY LINKED TO PEPTIDOGLYCAN IN SELENOMONAS RUMINANTIUMKAMIO Y; ITOH Y; TERAWAKI Y et al.1981; J. BACTERIOL.; ISSN 0021-9193; USA; DA. 1981; VOL. 145; NO 1; PP. 122-128; BIBL. 21 REF.Article

AMMONIA ASSIMILATION AND GLUTAMATE FORMATION IN THE ANAEROBE SELENOMONAS RUMINANTIUMSMITH CJ; HESPELL RB; BRYANT MP et al.1980; J. BACTERIOL.; USA; DA. 1980; VOL. 141; NO 2; PP. 593-602; BIBL. 42 REF.Article

NUTRITIONAL REQUIREMENTS OF SELENOMONAS RUMINANTIUM FOR GROWTH ON LACTATE, GLYCEROL, OR GLUCOSE.LINEHAN B; SCHEIFINGER CC; WOLIN MJ et al.1978; APPL. ENVIRONMENT. MICROBIOL.; U.S.A.; DA. 1978; VOL. 35; NO 2; PP. 317-322; BIBL. 16 REF.Article

SOME EFFECTS OF OXYGEN ON THE GROWTH AND PHYSIOLOGY OF SELENOMONAS RUMINANTIUMWIMPENNY JWT; SAMAH OA.1978; J. GEN. MICROBIOL.; GBR; DA. 1978; VOL. 108; NO 2; PP. 329-332; BIBL. 11 REF.Article

The mechanism of aggregate formation by Selenomonas ruminantiumMULDER, R; TEIXEIRA DE MATTOS, M. J; NEIJSSEL, O. M et al.Applied microbiology and biotechnology. 1989, Vol 32, Num 3, pp 350-355, issn 0175-7598Article

Specific PCR assay for a tannin-tolerant Selenomonas ruminantium isolate, derived from helicase coding sequencesBISHOP, Richard; OBURA, Moses; ODONGO, David et al.Applied and environmental microbiology (Print). 2004, Vol 70, Num 5, pp 3180-3182, issn 0099-2240, 3 p.Article

Characterization, sequence, and replication of a small cryptic plasmid from Selenomonas ruminantium subspecies LactilyticaZHANG, N; BROOKER, J. D.Plasmid (Print). 1993, Vol 29, Num 2, pp 125-134, issn 0147-619XArticle

Xylose uptake by the ruminal bacterium Selenomonas ruminantiumWILLIAMS, D. K; MARTIN, S. A.Applied and environmental microbiology (Print). 1990, Vol 56, Num 6, pp 1683-1688, issn 0099-2240, 6 p.Article

Pathway and sites for energy conservation in the metabolism of glucose by Selenomonas ruminantiumMELVILLE, S. B; MICHEL, T. A; MACY, J. M et al.Journal of bacteriology. 1988, Vol 170, Num 11, pp 5298-5304, issn 0021-9193Article

BETA -ACYLOXY FATTY ACIDS AS COMPONENTS OF LIPID A FROM SELENOMONAS RUMINANTIUMLAI JS; OKUDA S; TAKAHASHI H et al.1978; AGRIC. BIOL. CHEM.; JPN; DA. 1978; VOL. 42; NO 7; PP. 1441-1442; BIBL. 14 REF.Article

STRUCTURE OF GLYCOGEN PRODUCED BY SELENOMONAS RUMINANTIUMKAMIO Y; TERAWAKI Y; NAKAJIMA T et al.1981; AGRIC. BIOL. CHEM.; ISSN 0002-1369; JPN; DA. 1981; VOL. 45; NO 1; PP. 209-216; BIBL. 24 REF.Article

ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF OUTER AND INNER MEMBRANES OF SELENOMONAS RUMINANTIUM: LIPID COMPOSITIONSKAMIO Y; TAKAHASHI H.1980; J. BACTERIOL.; USA; DA. 1980; VOL. 141; NO 2; PP. 888-898; BIBL. 26 REF.Article

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