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  • ...at Plays a Global Role in Oil Removal from Marine Systems.” 3 (2003): 215-20. Print. ...http://throughthesandglass.typepad.com/.a/6a01053614d678970c0133efbc2e9070b-800wi&w=800&h=319&ei=1eOtUJWoG6P1iQLIzoCoAg&zoom=1&iact=hc&vpx=302&vpy=186&d
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  • ...ured and experimented with these bacteria to discover the light excitation of the purple bacteria in 1883. ...traight rod shaped or even slightly curved rods of ~1 µm in diameter and 3-4 µm long.[1] These bacteria belong to the purple photosynthetic sulfur bac
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  • ...sand flats of South Korea after an oil spill in 2007 as a bacteria capable of degrading aromatic carbon rings introduced through an oil spill(4). ...stal flats experience compared to the open ocean habitats of other members of the genus.
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  • ...n red in color. Colonies appear to be smooth or moist, and can have a "mold-like" appearance. These microbes are no more than 2 microbes in thickness an ...isease affecting either the lungs or the entire body. Also, the inhalation of ''Nocardia'' species can lead to pneumonia, as well as skin infections if t
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  • ...teria were originally grouped with Pseudomonas until 1972 when the members of the pseudomonas family with GC content lower than 50% were moved to the new ...at Plays a Global Role in Oil Removal from Marine Systems.” 3 (2003): 215-20. Print.
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  • [[Category:Short pages]] ...shaped, the cells are yellow and rod-shaped. Pure culture has been derived of the species. Closest relatives include a partial length sequence from fores
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  • ...ble without magnification beyond x1000, which can prevent accurate viewing of color change (6). ...a metric of distinguishing major bacterial groups without species- or genus-level specificity.
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  • [[File:TEM_Image_L_planktonicus.jpeg|300px|thumb|right|TEM image of L. planktonicus]] ...e to its abundance and easy ability to culture, ''Betaproteobacteria'' best-studied group in freshwater lakes.
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  • ...ssfully grown in enrichment cultures.[2] The Physiological characteristics of Candidatus Scalindua affiliated to Anaerobic ammonium-oxidizing (anammox) bacteria have been demonstrated only partially compared
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  • [[File:Conexibacter phylogeny.png|thumb|400px|16S rRNA neighbour-joining tree of ''Conexibacter'' species and related species <sup>[[#References|[3]]]</sup '''Sub-Class''': ''Rubrobacteridae''
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  • [[Category:Short pages]] ...hatis_FISH.JPG|400px|right|frame| Fluorescence In-Situ Hybridization image of ‘‘A. phosphatis’’ (Blackall, 2002).]]
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  • [[File:Methanosaeta.jpeg|thumb|Border|right|text-top|alt=Alt|Figure 1: Methanosaeta]] ...322#biography]. ''Methanosaeta'' are gram negative rods typically .8 - 1.3 by 2 - 6 µm in size [http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Yosuke_Koga/publicat
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  • ...r curvatus''. Interestingly enough, these two species were also discovered by Widdel in the same paper that discovered ''Desulfobacter hydrogenophilus''. ...bacteria. This is rather similar to the role it takes on in the ecosystem of lakes.
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  • ...etween 20 and 48 degrees C and has a doubling time between 52 and 55 hours at 37C (5). ...of this genus anaerobically degrade propionate to acetate in the presence of methanogens.
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  • [[File:NC 008009.png|thumb|Genome of Candidatus Koribacter versatilis Ellin345]] ...c and physiological traits. Its cells are very small (0.5um by 1.0um), Gram-negative rods. Koribacter also contains flagella for motility.
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  • Microthrix bacteria are one of the many bacterial genera found within activated sludge ...have only be detected in the activated sludge of WWTPs. Some other species of Microthrix are found in
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  • ...Zoogloea range range in size between 0.5 um to 1.3. They are normally a rod-shape with flagellum. ...m water. This species is stable at pH levels of 3-10 and temperatures on 15-90 degrees Celsius.
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  • [[Category:Short pages]] ...en ocean that can extend for hundreds of kilometers. It thrives in nutrient-poor environments and is known for aerobically fixing atmospheric nitrogen.
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  • [[Image:SAR11.jpg|thumb|400px|FIGURE 1. Scanning electron microscope image of SAR11 (1).]] ...ly the most numerous bacterium in the world. Typically accounting for ~25% of prokaryotic cells in seawater worldwide, SAR11 bacteria play an important r
    6 KB (813 words) - 19:54, 15 October 2015