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Enteric bacteria, lactic acid bacteria, and propionic acid
bacteria have distinctive metabolic traits that can be used to
characterize and identify these organisms. Describe the
metabolic characteristics of these organisms, name a genus
that belongs to each group, and indicate in what way these
organisms can be differentiated.

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