International Journal of Microbiology / 2017 / Article / Tab 3

Research Article

Isolation and Characterization of Thermophilic Bacteria from Jordanian Hot Springs: Bacillus licheniformis and Thermomonas hydrothermalis Isolates as Potential Producers of Thermostable Enzymes

Table 3

Carbohydrate utilization profile using API 50CH for the ten isolates.

SubstrateH1H2H3H4H5H6H7H8H9H10

Glycerol+
Erythritol++
D-Arabinose+
L-Arabinose++++++
Ribose++++++
D-Xylose++++++++
L-Xylose+
Adonitol
B-Methyl xyloside
Galactose++
Glucose+++++++++
Fructose+++++++++
Mannose+++++++
L-Sorbose+
Rhamnose
Dulcitol
Inositol+++++
Sorbitol++++++++
Mannitol+
L-Methyl-D-mannoside+
D-Methyl-D-glucoside+++
N-Acetylglucosamine+++++
Amygdalin++++
Arbutin++++
Aesculin++++++++
Salicin++++++
D-Cellobiose++++++
D-Maltose++++++
D-Lactose
D-Sucrose
Trehalose+++++
Gentiobiose+++++
Melibiose
Raffinose
Melezitose
Starch+
Glycogen+
Inulin
D-Turanose
D-Tagatose
D-Fucose+
L-fucose
D-Lyxose
D-Arabitol
L-Arabitol
Xylitol
Gluconate
2-Ketogluconate
5-Ketogluconate

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