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SUMMARY: The biochemical and physiological characters of 28 strains of motile lactobacilli isolated from silage, and of two motile strains of , are described. The silage organisms belong to the homofermentative low-temperature group but their properties are different from those of and Flagella-stained preparations and electron micrographs of two strains show that they have numerous peritrichous flagella.

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