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What is the substrate of bulgaros and the organelle that makes this process possible?
Answer 1:

Bulgaricus is not a genus (a genus is a low- level taxonomic rank used in the biological classification of living and fossil organisms), I don't think; the closest thing that I can find is a bacterium that ferments lactose to make lactic acid, which is part of what creates yogurt. I don't know what special organelles it has.



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