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SUMMARY: An organism which ferments the dextran of was isolated from the rumen of cows on a diet of fresh clover. The bacterium is a strictly anaerobic Gram-positive, non-sporing, branching rod that closely resembles It is of interest from the point of view of the metabolism of dextran in the rumen.

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