"Dr. James Moné" wrote:
> Yersinia et al. write that they have never been able to smell that fruity
> odor of Pseudomonas. For this I have no explanation. I've isolated
> Psuedomonas several times from water baths and liquid antibacterial soap in
> our Micro lab. These isolates always appear as very wet, blue-green growth,
> and always have that "smell". It's almost impossible not to notice it.
> Perhaps there are differences between isolates or culture conditions that
> account for this, but it never fails to occur with our Psuedomonas isolates.
> Give me your address and I'll send you a slant of it the next time I happen
> to isolate it.
We all know the smell .....
But fruity ?
We call it smelling of herbs. Which herbs? No idea.