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  • Author:
    R. J. Doyle,Mel Rosenberg
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The observed "hydrophobicity" of the microbial cells in the presence of polycations is thus probably due to a loss of surface electronegativity.

The observed "hydrophobicity" of the microbial cells in the presence of polycations is thus probably due to a loss of surface electronegativity. Hydrophobic interactions are considered to play a major role in a variety of microbiological phenomena, including adhesion (1, 8, 10-14, 17), phagocytosis (19), growth on insoluble substrates (16), and gliding (20).

Microbial cell surface hydrophobicity: history, measurement, and significance. M Rosenberg, RJ Doyle. Study on the organoleptic intensity scale for measuring oral malodor. J Greenman, J Duffield, P Spencer, M Rosenberg, D Corry, S Saad,. Microbial cell surface hydrophobicity. RJ Doyle, M Rosenberg. American Society for Microbiology, 1990. Self-estimation of oral malodor. M Rosenberg, A Kozlovsky, I Gelernter, O Cherniak, J Gabbay, R Baht,.

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Microbial cell surface hydrophobicity. There's no description for this book yet. Microbial cell surface hydrophobicity Close. Are you sure you want to remove Microbial cell surface hydrophobicity from your list? Microbial cell surface hydrophobicity. Published 1990 by American Society for Microbiology in Washington, .

Microbial cell surface hydrophobicity /. Saved in: Bibliographic Details. Published: Washington, . American Society for Microbiology, c1990. Subjects: Bacteria Adhesion.

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Ronald J. Doyle, Mel Rosenberg an important milestone in the field of microbial adhesion and should be indispensable to all workers in that discipline" Journal of Dispersion Science and Technology.

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J. Jun. Microbial cell surface hydrophobicity: history, measurement and significance Nature of the hydrophobic effect Microbial hydrophobicity and fermentation technology Role of hydrophobic interactions i. More). Hydrophobic Interactions: Role in Bacterial Adhesion. Mel Rosenberg, Staffan Kjelleberg.

com: Microbial Cell Surface Hydrophobicity: 425 pages. Bibliographic Details. Title: Microbial Cell Surface Hydrophobicity. Black & white illustrations. Standard wear, light/moderate rubbing to covers. Clean, unmarked text. Publisher: American Society for Microbiology, Washington, D. C. Publication Date: 1990.

"...an important milestone in the field of microbial adhesion and should be indispensable to all workers in that discipline" Journal of Dispersion Science and Technology.