Alan G Williams

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  • 1997 The rumen protozoa in THE RUMEN MICROBIAL ECOSYSTEM
  • 1994-09 The effect of cocultivation with hydrogen-consuming bacteria on xylanolysis byRuminococcus flavefaciens in CURRENT MICROBIOLOGY
  • 1993-10 Postprandial variations in the activity of polysaccharide-degrading enzymes of fluid- and particle-associated ruminal microbial populations in CURRENT MICROBIOLOGY
  • 1993 Biological Activities of Symbiotic and Parasitic Protozoa and Fungi in Low-Oxygen Environments in ADVANCES IN MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
  • 1992-11 Induction of xylan-degrading enzymes inButyrivibrio fibrisolvens in CURRENT MICROBIOLOGY
  • 1991-11 The influence of ruminal concentrations of O2 and CO2 on fermentative metabolism of the rumen entodiniomorphid ciliateEudiplodinium maggii in CURRENT MICROBIOLOGY
  • 1990-04 Formate and glucose stimulation of methane and hydrogen production in rumen liquor in CURRENT MICROBIOLOGY
  • 1990 Effects of Various Headspace Gases on the Production of Volatile Fatty Acids in MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY OF STRICT ANAEROBES INVOLVED IN INTERSPECIES HYDROGEN TRANSFER
  • 1988-06 Synergism of rumen microbial hydrolases during degradation of plant polymers in FOLIA MICROBIOLOGICA
  • 1986-05 Subcellular distribution of polysaccharide depolymerase and glycoside hydrolase enzymes in rumen ciliate protozoa in CURRENT MICROBIOLOGY
  • 1985-11 Use of a portable quadrupole mass spectrometer for the measurement of dissolved gas concentrations in ovine rumen liquor in situ in CURRENT MICROBIOLOGY
  • 1985-09 The production of hemicellulose-degrading enzymes byBacillus macerans in anaerobic culture in APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
  • 1985-05 Subcellular distribution of glycoside hydrolase and polysaccharide depolymerase enzymes in the rumen entodiniomorphid ciliatePolyplastron multivesiculatum in CURRENT MICROBIOLOGY
  • 1985-03 Hemicellulose-degrading enzymes in rumen ciliate protozoa in CURRENT MICROBIOLOGY
  • 1985-03 Formation of polysaccharide depolymerase and glycoside hydrolase enzymes byBacteroides ruminicola subsp.ruminicola grown in batch and continuous culture in CURRENT MICROBIOLOGY
  • 1984-09 Glycoside hydrolases of rumen bacteria and protozoa in CURRENT MICROBIOLOGY
  • 1984-08 Distribution of glycoside hydrolases and polysaccharide depolymerases associated with the particulate fraction from the bovine rumen and an artificial rumen in APPLIED BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
  • 1984-07 The distribution of polysaccharide-degrading enzymes in the bovine rumen digesta ecosystem in CURRENT MICROBIOLOGY
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