However, this technique restricts the growth of microorganisms to the perimeter of the samples and is less satisfactory as a long term test. In a liquid medium, there should not be any problem for the microorganisms to gain access to the inorganic and organic nutrients as well as oxygen. Many experimental trials were carried out in liquid media under dynamic and static conditions with Streptomyces lipmanii NCIMB as test organism. This led to the development of the modified batch processes.
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The activity of microorganisms in the Hevea latex and its prevention is discussed. Studies on the mechanisms of microbial degradation in natural rubber are reviewed and the microbial resistance of synthetic rubbers, including their compounding ingredients, are discussed. The protection of rubber goods against microorganisms has advanced continuously during the last decade and numerous new microbiocides have been patented.
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The activity of microorganisms in the Hevea latex and its prevention is discussed. Studies on the mechanisms of microbial degradation in natural rubber are reviewed and the microbial resistance of synthetic rubbers, including their compounding ingredients, are discussed. The protection of rubber goods against microorganisms has advanced continuously during the last decade and numerous new microbiocides have been patented. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Preview Unable to display preview.
Microbial Deterioration of Rubber
Biodeterioration of Various Materials Microbiology Article Shared by In this article we will discuss about the biodeterioration of various materials. Biodeterioration of Stored Plant Food Material: The stored unprocessed plant material fruits, seeds, etc. This kind of spoilage is called biodeterioration. However, loss of plant materials before harvest is covered in plant pathology. The microbes can damage the plant materials partially as well as completely that definitely down the grade or the quality of the products.