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Original page and amendments were created by Andrew Fischer and Torrin McDonald, both students in Prof. Ned Walker's Microbial Ecology course at Michigan State University.

Revision as of 17:16, 19 April 2013

Flavobacterium marinum

Ecology

The genus Flavobacterium is found in a variety of environments, including soil, fresh and saline acquatic systems, and arctic. The microbe Flavobacterium marinum was first isolated in a saltwater sample from the Indian Ocean (49°39′18′′ E 37°47′22′′ S), collected at a depth of 800m.

Cell Structure and Metabolism

Phylogeny

Genome Structure

Metabolism

References

Authors

Original page and amendments were created by Andrew Fischer and Torrin McDonald, both students in Prof. Ned Walker's Microbial Ecology course at Michigan State University.