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- Babini, V., et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Letters in applied microbiology 2011 v.52 no.6 pp. 651-659
- Cynara cardunculus; Enterococcus; Lactobacillus; bacterial communities; cheesemaking; cheeses; flowers; food spoilage; lactic acid bacteria; milk; raw milk; rennet; vegetables; Italy
- ... Aims: To investigate the bacterial dynamics of a Caciotta cheese traditionally manufactured in the Montefeltro area (Central Italy) with raw cow's milk and an aqueous extract of dried flowers from Cynara cardunculus as a coagulating agent. Methods and Results: Conventional methods and a combined PCR-DGGE approach, relying on culture-dependent and -independent analyses, were used to investigate the ...
- Babini, V., et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Plant and soil 2004 v.263 no.1-2 pp. 133-142
- Pythium; plant pathogenic fungi; soil fungi; saprophytes; agricultural soils; intensive cropping; soil amendments; green manures; wheat; Triticum aestivum; organic fertilizers; soil chemical properties; soil organic matter; soil respiration; plant litter; Fragaria; strawberries
- Babini, V., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Applied soil ecology 2009 v.41 no.1 pp. 98-106
- plant fibers; heat treatment; soil bacteria; soil fungi; strains; Coniochaeta; inoculum; microbial colonization; colonizing ability; grasses; microbial growth; population density; phenols; Pseudomonas putida; Serratia plymuthica; Pseudomonas corrugata; Methylobacterium radiotolerans; polymerase chain reaction; phytotoxicity
- ... This study aimed to assess the colonization of thermally treated (i.e. torrefied) grass fibers (TGFs), a new prospective ingredient of potting soil. Eleven bacterial strains and one fungus, Coniochaeta ligniaria F/TGF15, all isolated from TGF or its extract after inoculation with a soil microbial community, were tested for their ability to colonize TGF. Surprisingly, none of these bacteria were ab ...