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- Qiu, Yan-Ling, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Archives of microbiology 2014 v.196 no.3 pp. 149-155
- DNA; acetates; arabinose; bacteria; catalase; cellobiose; fatty acids; fermentation; fructose; galactose; glucose; iron; lactose; maltose; mannose; new species; nitrates; nucleotide sequences; pH; pectins; phosphatidylethanolamines; propionic acid; ribosomal RNA; rice; sequence analysis; starch; sucrose; sulfur; thiosulfates; xylose; yeast extract
- ... A mesophilic, obligately anaerobic, propionate-producing fermentative bacterium, designated strain NM7ᵀ, was isolated from rural rice paddy field. Cells of strain NM7ᵀare Gram-negative, non-motile, non-spore-forming, short rods, and negative for catalase. The strain grew optimally at 37 °C (the range for growth 15–40 °C) and pH 7.0 (pH 5.0–7.5). The strain could grow fermentatively on various suga ...
- Qiu, Yan-Ling, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Archives of microbiology 2003 v.179 no.4 pp. 242-249
- Gram-positive bacteria; Sporotomaculum; acetates; butyrates; carbon dioxide; coculture; fatty acids; iron; manufacturing; methane; methanogens; new species; nitrates; nucleotide sequences; pH; ribosomal DNA; sequence analysis; sludge; spores; sulfates; temperature; thiosulfates; wastewater
- ... An anaerobic, mesophilic, syntrophic benzoate-degrading bacterium, designated strain FBᵀ, was isolated from methanogenic sludge which had been used to treat wastewater from the manufacture of terephthalic acid. Cells were non-motile gram-positive rods that formed spores. The optimum temperature for growth was 35–40 °C, and the optimum pH was 7.0–7.2. A co-culture with the hydrogenotrophic methanog ...