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- noun Plural form of
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One type produce lactic acid from lactose and for that reason are called acidifiers, while the other type make substances with aroma and flavour and have been named aromatizers.
Mixed cultures containing betacoccus and streptococcus acidifers and aromatizers
Mixed cultures containing only streptococcus without aromatizers with firm structure acidifiers (lactis and cremoris)