Go to http://et.springer-ny.com:8080/prokPUB/index.htm
and do search for "characteristic smell" or just "smell"
Also, search in google for the same (e.g., "bacteria with characteristic
smell", "bacterium smell", etc.)
"Martin Weiss" <mweiss at nyscience.org> wrote in message
> I am looking for examples of odors produced by bacteria that
> do not rely on organics for example, like Shewanella oneidensis
> famous for their yucky smell (it was formerly named Shewanella
> putrefaciens), and this organism can respire metal, that is it can
> reduce Fe or Mn for its respiration.
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