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Isolation and characterization of sulfur oxidizing bacteria from cattle manure compost

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Hydrogen sulfide causes offensive odors. We attempted to isolate sulfur oxidizing bacteria (SOB) from cattle manure compost. A most probable number assay could not detect SOB by using a Cha medium which had been applied in order to isolate the SOB from active sewage. Cultivation using a Cha plate medium revealed 5.75 × 107 colony forming unit/g of bacteria. A single strain of SOB was isolated from a colony formed on the plates and identified as Halothiobacillus neapolitanus. This is the first report that H. neapolitanus has been found in cattle manure compost.
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Keywords: Halothiobacillus neapolitanus; compost; sulfur oxidizing bacteria

Document Type: Rapid Communication

Publication date: June 1, 2007

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