Hafnia


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Hafnia

[′haf·ne·ə]
(microbiology)
A genus of bacteria in the family Enterobacteriaceae; motile rods that can utilize citrate as the only source of carbon.
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BW has a combination of in-the-family companies in offshore, LPG, LNG, crude, chemicals and dry bulk, as well as affiliated companies it owns stakes in, including Epic, product tanker owner Hafnia Tankers (Oslo OTC: Hafnia), of which BW owns 65.3% and DHT Holdings (NYSE:DHT), of which BW owns 35%.
"I'm 6ft 6in - I'm a big lad." The 75-tonne Singaporean tanker Hafnia Africa scrambled a lifeboat after picking up the signal and spotting the men.
Out of them, two ships GS Avenue and NCC Masafi sailed out to sea on Wednesday morning and another ship Hafnia Australia is expected to sail on same day in the afternoon.
Hafnia, the Latin word for Denmark's capital city Copenhagen, became Everton's first shirt sponsors 40 years ago in 1979.
MT Hafnia Atlantic is laden with 37,951MT and MT Lacerta with 37,868MT.
The coliform members include Citrobacter, Enterobacter, Escherichia, Hafnia and Proteus.
Fresh off the plane and checked in at the comfortable Hotel Hafnia close to Torshavn's pretty harbour, we headed to the nearby Barbara Fish House for the first of several incredible meals on our trip.
Some researchers proposed that: facultatively heterofermentative LAB and enterobacteria were contributors for acetic fermentation and ammonia-N formation, e.g., Lactobacillusplantarum can deaminate serine to produce acetic acid and ammonia-N (LIU et al., 2003; PARVIN & NISHINO, 2009); Alfalfa and ryegrass silage with many Hafnia alvei was vigorous acetic fermentation and had high ammonia-N content (>100g/kg N) (MCDONALD et al., 1991).
The rapid polymyxin test has a good sensitivity to detect Hafnia sp.