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Cultivated Beggiatoa spp. define the phylogenetic root of morphologically diverse, noncultured, vacuolate sulfur bacteria

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TN_cdi_proquest_journals_219501154

Cultivated Beggiatoa spp. define the phylogenetic root of morphologically diverse, noncultured, vacuolate sulfur bacteria

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Cultivated Beggiatoa spp. define the phylogenetic root of morphologically diverse, noncultured, vacuolate sulfur bacteria

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Cultivated Beggiatoa spp. define the phylogenetic root of morphologically diverse, noncultured, vacuolate sulfur bacteria

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Ottawa, Canada: NRC Research Press

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Canadian journal of microbiology, 2006, Vol.52 (6), p.591-598

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TN_cdi_proquest_journals_219501154

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English

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Ottawa, Canada: NRC Research Press

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Within the last 10 years, numerous SSU rRNA sequences have been collected from natural populations of conspicuous, vacuolate, colorless sulfur bacteria, which form a phylogenetically cohesive cluster (large-vacuolate sulfur bacteria clade) in the γ-Proteobacteria. Currently, this clade is composed of four named or de facto genera: all known Thioplo...

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Cultivated Beggiatoa spp. define the phylogenetic root of morphologically diverse, noncultured, vacuolate sulfur bacteria

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TN_cdi_proquest_journals_219501154

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0008-4166

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1480-3275

DOI

10.1139/w05-154

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