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KEENAN, T. W. (Oregon State University, Corvallis), R. C. LINDSAY, AND E. A. DAY. Acetaldehyde utilization by 1966.-Single-strain cultures of Leuconostoc dextranicum and L. mesenteroides were found to be capable of utilizing acetaldehyde in both acidified and nonacidified milk cultures at 21 and 30 C. L. dextranicum utilized acetaldehyde more rapidly than L. mesenteroides when the pH of the medium was near that of normal ripened lactic dairy cultures. Acetaldehyde production and utilizationdoi:10.1128/am.14.5.802-806.1966 fatcat:t3hqi5dzcjagdpyscewfdu7oji