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105. GLUCONOBACTER OXYDANS MEDIUM

Culture medium recipe

Vol.
×
# Compound Amount Unit Conc. [g/L] Conc. [mM]
1 100 g 100 555.074
2 10 g 10 -
3 20 g 20 199.826
4 1000 ml 998.207 55408.8
5
optional
15 g 15 -
Instructions:
  1. Adjust pH to 6.8.
  2. 20 g calcium carbonate in the medium serves as a buffer. The calcium carbonate will settle in agar plates before the agar has set, producing an opaque layer in the bottom. As the strain grows and acid is produced this will react with the calcium carbonate, causing it to dissolve and form zones of clearing immediately below the colonies. In liquid culture the calcium carbonate also forms a sediment that clears as acid is produced.

Metadata

Media status: Official DSMZ medium
Source: DSMZ
Taxonomic range:  Bacteria
Medium type: Complex medium
Final pH: 6.8

Associated strains

All strains for this medium: 38
Strains with modifications: 2
Acetobacter lovaniensis DSM 4491

No modifications necessary for this strain.

Light

3 strains need light for growth. Select a strain for more details.

Molecular composition

Compound Conc. [g/L] Conc. [mM]
Distilled water 998.207 55408.8
Glucose 100 555.074
CaCO3 20 199.826
Agar
optional
15 -
Yeast extract 10 -

Cultivation metadata from 38 strains BacDive

halophily not 2 strains
pH 2 - 4 2 strains
phyla 1 37 strains
oxygen obligate aerobe 3 strains
oxygen aerobe 2 strains
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